|Open House Sunday December 4th, 1:00 to 4:00, Offered at $439,950.
3839 S Edmunds St in Seattle.
This Historic Columbia City home is listed as a contributing home in the National Register District and is part of the local Columbia City Landmark District. Built in 1907 for Theodore D. Weed. Theodore D. and Myrtle E. Weed lived in the house until 1927. Weed was the owner of Columbia Hardware Company and the president of City Sash and Door Co. Inc. The Weeds sold the house to Fred A. and Florence M. Tate in 1928. The Tates lived in the house until 1932. From 1933 until 1942 William and Florence M. Hatch lived in the house. The Hatches owned the Hatch & Hatch Fuel Company in Columbia City. 2300 Square feet, 4 bedrooms 1.5 baths. Beautiful architectural millwork detail flows through the home w/many period finishes. Gorgeous refinished oak hardwood flooring with inlay on main floor. Lead glass windows, box beam ceilings & original terrazzo flooring in kitchen. NEW Roof and Plumbing! Breakfast nook, front library, formal living areas & entry room. 2-car detached garage w/storage. Cozy steam heat with newer boiler. Quick stroll to hip restaurants & shops! If your looking for an Historic Vintage Home with all the charm intact look no further.