Big and tall is not the typical description for a craftsman home located in Queen Anne, but this home is big on space and tall on ceiling height. Due the brilliant floor plan, this home lives larger than its 2,650 square feet and gives you all the open spaces you’ve been waiting for.
With generous windows in every room and a western exposure, natural light reaches deep into the home any time of year.
If you find yourself standing at 1st and Pike, cobblestone street beneath your feet and facing the iconic ‘Public Market Center’ sign, just to the right you’ll see another, more unassuming sign: ‘Meet the Producer.’ Most people don’t give this second sign a thought (even though it’s in the same number of selfies as the first sign) but it’s this second sign, and what it represents, that gives Pike Place its magic.
Pike Place opened in 1907, making it one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers’ markets in the US. It’s also ranked as Seattle’s most popular tourist destination and ranked 33rd in the world. The market is filled with the typical things: flowers, crafts, fruits, veggies and seafood (albeit it’s flying); what makes Pike Place special isn’t just what’s being sold, but who is selling it.