Your new single family home, is a short walk to Lawton and Magnolia Manor Parks, Lawton Elementary School, several restaurants, bars and pubs. Within a mile’s walk are Fisherman’s Terminal, the Ballard Locks, Kiwanis Ravine and Discovery Park. Just beyond is Magnolia Community Center and the Interbay Golf Course.
Judge Thomas Burke and attorney Daniel Gilman founded the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway (SLS&E) in April of 1885. The line was abandoned in 1971, eventually becoming the Burke-Gilman trail. These four single family homes are located just above Gilman Avenue near the main lines through Seattle. The name of this property honors their legacy and entrepreneurial spirit.
Iron Horse Quarter provides comfortable urban living less than 2 miles from shops, grocery stores and restaurants in Old Ballard and 4 miles from downtown Seattle. Inside, wide windows and sliding glass doors bring light into all living spaces. These single family homes feature a great room on the main level with a full featured kitchen and dining for six.
The top floor of each home is a full floor master suite with a large sleeping room, walk-in closet and 5 fixture master bath. There is an additional bedrooms, a bath and laundry on lower floors and some homes have a den. All homes have a large roof deck.
Iron Horse Quarter is designed to Built Green standards, an environmental building program from the Master Builders Association in partnership with King County and Washington State government agencies. Including high efficiency water heaters, plumbing fixtures, and insulation, Iron Horse townhomes are more cost effective to own and will cost less to maintain. Beautiful engineered oak floors, whole house ventilation, and low VOC paint and finishes will promote safer, healthier indoor-air quality and help you leave a smaller environmental footprint while helping to protect the Pacific Northwest’s precious resources.
Your new home, is a short walk to Lawton and Magnolia Manor Parks, Lawton Elementary School, several restaurants, bars and pubs. Within a mile’s walk are Fisherman’s Terminal, the Ballard Locks, Kiwanis Ravine and Discovery Park. Just beyond is Magnolia Community Center and the Interbay Golf Course. King County Metro bus service passes by every few minutes heading to points north and south.