Monthly Archives: February 2011

Third Home to Sell in Broadmoor in 2011

Broadmoor SeattleThree homes have sold in Broadmoor in 2011.  In all three sales transactions, Ewing & Clark’s Madison Park office was involved as the real estate broker.  This Seattle home had been on the market for some time, partly due an oil tank issue that has since been resolved.  Located on the Broadmoor golf course the home is perfectly located to have a beautiful fairway view.

Status Sold
List Price $995,000
Bed/Bath 4/2.5

Click link to see other Ewing & Clark Broadmoor listings.

Broadmoor Home Sells Off Market

Earlier this month, a Broadmoor home sold while not on the market.  It was the second home sold in Broadmoor this year.

Click here to see Broadmoor homes currently on the market.

520 Closed Saturday Night to Sunday Morning

520 ClosureIf you are headed out the back gate of Broadmoor either late on Saturday night or early Sunday morning looking to take the 520 bridge to the Eastside then you better check the closure schedule.  The 520 bridge closes due to construction on Saturday night at 11:59 PM and reopens Sunday morning at 7:30 AM.

Some lanes will be closed on the I-90 bridge as well, but the bridge can still be crossed during the lane closures.

In addition, 405 will have lane closures as well.  Click link to Seattle Times if you need more details on the bridge and road closures.

There was no announcement if the closures of the 520 bridge applies to dogs.

Broadmoor Helps Area Win Competition

Recycle SeattleThe Arboretum is getting a new playground thanks to $50,000 prize won by the greater local area, including all or parts of Capitol Hill, First Hill, Madison Park, Broadmoor, Madison Valley, Madrona, Denny Blaine and Montlake neighborhoods.  The competition was for reduction of not only garbage, but recycling and yard waste.  The waste-reduction contest was sponsored by CleanScape who collects waste for 60,000 residents in Seattle, including Broadmoor.

The competition is running again this year and ends this Fall.  To learn more about the competition or ideas how to reduce waste go to CleanScape’s website.  Currently, the neighborhoods in the northeast Seattle are leading this year’s competition.