Here is the house on Eagle Harbor Dr. that we are considering right now. Just need a little nudge to get the ball rollling. Nudge! Nudge!!! :)
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|The house from the bottom of the front yard||The left side of the front yard||Right side of front yard, those hedges on the right block the neighbors' yard.|
|This is the front from the driveway, balcony off the living room.||The overgrown steps up to the double front door.||Inside the entry way, up towards the main living space.|
|Looking back at the entry stairs and out to the balcony off the living room||More balcony and living room||The fire place on the right wall of the LR|
|This is the dining room, attached to the LR||This is the view out the LR windows and off the balcony.||Zoomed in - Magnolia in Seattle and on a clear day, the Cascades are in the distance, including one snowy peak. Glacier Peak?|
|This view of the kitchen from the kitchenette nook shows the dropped ceiling.||A closer look at the kitchen||Down the hall to the - On the right bathroom and master. 2 bedrooms on the left (backside of the house)|
|This is the first bath in the hallway. Obviously was the kids bath. :) Needs work right away! :)||The Master Bedroom. Actually bigger than this picture makes it appear.||The master bath.|
|One of the two other bedrooms upstairs.||Down to the entry door||Down to the basement level.|
|Immediately to the right at the bottom of the stairs is the garage door. Excuse the mess. It's not ours. :) Nice storage, closet and workbench.|
|Bedroom downstairs.||Other strange room between bedroom and utility room. 6 feet wide, no windows, no door. Whatever. :)||The utility room/bathroom. Needs a rearranging of things to be more functional|
|The fireplace at the end of the long "rec room".||The other direction in the long rec room|
|Back upstairs, the back yard and deck off the kitchen area.|
|The backyard to the west, including a great old maple tree and the guest house for visitors. :)||From the maple tree, looking past a fire pit and down to the front of the house and driveway.||The other direction in the back yard, to the east.|
One concern is the proximity of this neighbor. He's a good guy, but his house isn't in great repair. The front/white house is original to the property, about 1915-ish. The brown part added later 60's-70's? Overall, I don't think it's a deal stopper, but something to be aware of and to think about.