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Madison Park - Seattle

A gracious alternative to the hotel scene, this house offers you the comforts of home, the ease and safety of a residential neighborhood, a pleasant walk under towering elm trees to the charming Madison Park village, and the excitement of Seattle only 10 minutes away.

Designed by architect George Wellington Stoddard, and built in 1935 for a physician and his family, the home has been been impeccably maintained and retains the charm of its time. Its classic appeal and handsome silhouette create a luxurious, tranquil setting for your stay. The main floor includes a formal entry hall with large closets, formal dining room, library, powder room, staff kitchen, sun room/breakfast nook and large formal living room with fireplace and french doors leading to a private garden terrace. At the top of the stairs, the maid's quarters have become an enchanting children's room. Across the hallway is the guest room with separate bath, and through an arched doorway, the elegant appointments of the master suite. A modern guest suite with a family TV room and separate entrance through a private courtyard, includes a fully-equipped private office, full laundry facilities and another 3/4 bathroom.

The difference is in the detail

From the bound volumes of Twain and Gibran in the lighted bookcase, to the sheet music on the baby grand piano, and the silver cocktail tray by the living room fire, this level of care and attention is beyond the domain of hotel service. The Heller family's personal touch is everywhere, welcoming you like an old friend to the gracious charm of this storybook home.

  • Madison Park
  • Paradise Road
  • Sylvan Cove
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