c.1910 Tudor Revival in Seattle’s Harvard-Belmont Landmark District Sells for $3.8M
SOLD | Built c.1910 | 6 Beds | 5 Baths | 8,920 Sq. Ft. | 0.52 Acres
1105 Boylston Avenue E, Seattle, Washington, United States, 98102
A 110-year-old Tudor Revival manor in Seattle’s historic Harvey-Belmont Landmark District has sold for $3.8 million after hitting the market in October 2019 for $4.25 million. The nearly 9,000 square foot residence last sold in 2015 for $2.8 million. The Harvey-Belmont Landmark District, part of Capitol Hill in Seattle, Washington, was developed between 1900 – 1910 and showcases elegant homes ranging in style from Victorian, Neoclassical and Tudor Revival. Built c.1910 on a half acre lot, the residence has been fully updated while retaining historic presence. Original millwork and mouldings throughout the large formal rooms, ornate fireplace mantels and spectacular panelled entry hall with grand staircase are just some of the highlights. The Tudor Revival includes six bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as a media room, billiard room, wine cellar and sauna.