August 22, 2014
From the mid-$100,000s
206-367-2823 or thecoveatveridian.com
SEATTLE — Jennifer Phillips, the community sales executive at The Cove at Veridian, says the North Seattle condominium community "puts the best of everything at your doorstep, at prices reminiscent of days gone by."
For a limited time, the community is offering special pricing on several of its one-bedroom condos.
"We want to give everyone an opportunity to become a homeowner [at The Cove at Veridian], so we've identified a handful of one-bedroom flats and reduced their prices to the bottom line. They represent amazing opportunities for buyers."
The single-level one- and two-bedroom condos at The Cove at Veridian are priced from the mid-$100,000s to the low $200,000s. They feature kitchens with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and wood cabinetry.
All homes open up to landscaped courtyards and include a patio or balcony to expand the living space.
The homes include plush carpeting, wood laminate flooring, washer and dryer, and forced-air heating. Bathrooms feature dual vanities and tile shower and tub surrounds.
Some homes have a wood-burning fireplace.
"It's very exciting to bring this kind of value and affordability to the Seattle market," says Tina West, principal broker at The West Group, the exclusive sales team at The Cove at Veridian. "But it's even better to see such excited visitors and new homeowners. People tell us that they can't find this combination of location, amenities and price anywhere else."
She says The Cove at Veridian has created a resort atmosphere, with walking paths, lush plantings and a community center. The facility includes a pool, grilling area, indoor spa, fitness center, yoga room and showers. It also has a kitchen and social area with seating and a flat-screen TV.
Within minutes of The Cove at Veridian is an eclectic mix of shops, boutiques, cafés, bars and coffee shops on Greenwood Avenue North. Homeowners also have access to adjacent Bitter Lake through a private gate.
Across the street is a branch of the Seattle Public Library system. Nearby, residents can access the Interurban Trail, a 14-mile-long bicycle route that runs from downtown Seattle to Snohomish County.
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