In the last 3 months some lucky buyers have managed to purchase some wonderful homes in the neighborhood for unbelievable prices. On June 29th, 1919 Shenandoah Dr E sold for $1,050,000. The 4 bedroom 3 bath brick tudor home is 3970 sq ft. The lot size 8,362. The home certainly needed some work, but in spite of that the home is assessed at $1,991,000. On September 30th a Parkside Drive East sold for $905,000. This 4 bedroom 3.25 bathroom brick colonial is 3,820 sq ft and sits on a 8,624 sq ft lot. The home is assessed at $1,500,000. These homes are the most notable of the most recent Broadmoor sales as they were purchased for far less than their assessed value. I never thought I would see values like this in Broadmoor, and I thought that the likelihood of another such opportunity coming up again anytime soon was highly unlikely. Well I was wrong. A 5 bedroom 3.25 bathroom brick tudor just hit the market and the asking price is $950,000. The homes assessed value is close to $1,300,000. Some lucky buyer should end up getting this Broadmoor home for a great price!
The Broadmoor Family Potluck is today, Sunday, September 18th from 4:30 to 6:30 PM. Broadmoor residents who wish to attend are asked to bring a dish according to the first letter of their name:
Drivers, be aware. A section of Highway 520 from Montlake Boulevard in Seattle to I-405 will be closed over the weekend (September 16th-18th) as workers begin to demolish an overpass on Bellevue Way NE for the Eastside Transit and HOV Project. This portion will be closed from 11:00 pm Friday to 5:00 am Monday morning. Those of you who are residents in neighborhoods near to the 520 on-ramp by Montlake (Broadmoor, Madison Park, etc.), consider yourself warned. Drivers are encouraged to find alternate routes if heading towards the Eastside out of Seattle. Please see this Seattle Times article with closure details for more information.
A native of Montana and current resident of Seattle, Edean Ihlanfedlt will be one of eight former USGA Seniors Women’s Amateur Champions attending the players’ dinner Thursday at the Chattanooga (Tennessee) Golf and Country Club. Click the link to read the Tennessee sport page article about Ihlanfedlt’s golf career. The article spans from 1944 when Ihlanfedlt won her first of 6 straight Montana state championships at the age of 14 as well as her five Seattle City Women’s titles and her pivotal role in bringing two major women’s events to Seattle’s Broadmoor Golf Club: the U.S. Women’s Amateur in 1974 and the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur in 1997.
A great article about a remarkable Seattle golfer who brought big time golf tournaments to Broadmoor.