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1920’s Home Available For Rent In Broadmoor

1212 Broadmoor Dr. E

Living in Broadmoor offers residents the best of two worlds: in-city living within a quiet, secluded atmosphere. Just blocks from the shops and restaurants of Madison Park and Madison Valley, and in walking distance of the Washington Park Arboretum, Broadmoor is the ideal location.

This 1928 home available for rent is situated on the fairway of the Broadmoor Golf Course and offers a peaceful green view. Many of the 1920’s details are still intact, and this home is attractively decorated with pretty oak floors, classic rooms, and a covered porch. A one-car garage and basement offer plenty of storage.

This is a great opportunity to live in one of Seattle’s most sought-after areas! Please contact listing agents Betsy Terry and Jane Powers at Ewing & Clark, Inc. for more information on this home.

The Details

Bedrooms: 3  |  Bathrooms: 1  |  Sq. Ft.: 2,230  | Available for: $3,900/month

Broadmoor Living room

Beautiful Broadmoor Home Now Available For $2,895,000

BroadmoorFantastic opportunity in Broadmoor! A beautiful, spacious private lot surrounds this shingled, traditional five-bedroom home with a wealth of amenities. A hornbeam hedge screens the entry, and Wilkesen stone terraces and walkways surround the house. Gracious rooms, fine finishes, and a sizable library give the house classic character, supplemented with modern updates such as top-of-the-line kitchen appliances, and butcher block and stainless steel counter tops. The breakfast room and large family room are flooded with natural light, and the master suite features two walk-in closets, a fireplace, and marble bath. If you are interested in this home or other listings in Seattle, contact your real estate agent today!

Broadmoor Real Estate Report

Broadmoor SeattleThe Broadmoor real estate market was quiet in February.  There were no sales last month, which is not too unusual since there has only been zero (2013), one (2012), and two (2011) sales in Broadmoor the previous three years in February.  Currently there are four active listings totaling just under $12 million and no pending sales.

For similar information on Madison Park real estate, Denny Blaine real estate, or Madrona real estate please click the previous links to each of these Seattle neighborhoods.

Central Seattle real estate, which basically includes the area from the Montlake Cut to I-90 and from Lake Washington to I-5, is showing signs of strength.  While the median year-to-date sales price is down from $619,000 to $577,475, the average year-to-date sales price is actually up from $729,042 to $736,659.  In addition, year-to-date sales for the first two months are up with 88 sales in 2014 versus 79 sales in 2013.  Inventory is also tighter than last year down from 128 to 93 active listings in the month of February.

If you have any questions about the Seattle real estate market, please feel free to reach out to a local Seattle real estate agent.

Broadmoor – Seattle – Real Estate Statistic Based on the Last 180 Days

Market Statistics provided here for Seattle’s Broadmoor neighborhood are current as of this post date.

Single Family Properties SOLD in the last 180 days:11

Average SqFt. for homes SOLD 4,527

Average Price Per SqFt. $465.63

Average Days On Market 25

High $4,310,000 Low $1,135,000 Median $1,632,000

Sales Price To Listing Price 98.6%

Number of Homes Currently FOR SALE: 7

Average SqFt. 5,344

Average Price Per SqFt. $566.47

Average Days On Market 332 (This number is not reflective of the current market conditions in the neighborhood. Two of the currently listed homes in the neighborhood have been on the market 800+ days.)

High $4,395,000 Low $1,195,000 Median $2,880,000

Number Of Homes Currently PENDING: 3

Average SqFt. 4,813

Average Price Per SqFt. $417.15

Average Days On Market 32

Blumes Broadmoor Home Gains Presidential Spot Light

After hosting President Obama and around 75 additional guests in Madrona yesterday for the Presidential Brunch, Ann and Bruce Blume’s home has been glistening in the National spot light. Locals were giddy with excitement at the possibility of an Obama spotting, traffic was a little slow going in and out of the neighborhood and secret service lined the streets, and patrolled the area surrounding the Blume’s residence. But the press has also brought to our attention that the Blumes are not only getting major publicity for the Madrona area for hosting the President, but also because they are currently selling one of their properties in Broadmoor. They’re selling their 1941 Colonial home for $2,950,000 and it’s truly noted as one of the best homes in the neighborhood. For more information on the President’s visit to Seattle, or the Blume’s listing, visit the Madrona Seattle blog.

Real Estate Market Statistics for Seattle’s Broadmoor Neighborhood (98112)

Market Statistics provided for Broadmoor are current as of this post date.

Properties SOLD in the last 180 days:

1651 Windermere Drive East. 5Bed 3.25Bath. SqFt 3,070. Lot 7,021 SOLD $800,500 *Bankrupcy Sale*

1554 Parkside Drive East. 4 bed 3.25 Bath. 3,820 SqFt. Lot 8,624 SOLD $905,000  *Estate Sale*

1201 Shenandoah Drive East. 2 bed 2.5 Bath. 2,780 SqFt. Lot 8049 SOLD $1,214,150

3418 East St Andrews Way. 4 Bed 3.5 Bath. 3,930 SqFt. Lot 7,741 SOLD $1,350,000

1414 Shenandoah Drive East. 5 Bed 3.25 Bath. 4,900 SqFt. Lot 10,000 SOLD $2,045,000

1818 Broadmoor Drive East. 5 Bed 3.5 Bath. 5,460 SqFt. Lot 10,760 SOLD $2,070,000

Average SqFt. of homes SOLD 4,236                                                                                 Average Price Per SqFt. $327.53                                                                                                      Average Days On Market 143                                                                                                    High $2,070,000     Low $800,500      Median $1,282,075                                                  Sales Price To Listing Price 86.55%

Number of Homes Currently FOR SALE: 12

Average SqFt. 5,357 Average                                                                                                    Price Per SqFt. $491.98                                                                                                           Average Days On Market 312                                                                                                      High $7,950,000     Low $895,000     Median $2,072,500

Number Of Homes Currently PENDING: 1

For further information or more specific details regarding the data provided, please contact Vincent Mullally @


Broadmoor Bargains

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!

No Two Homes are Alike

Georgian Colonial HomeWhen driving or walking through Broadmoor it’s apparent that there are many distinctive, well built luxury homes in the neighborhood. But what I really admire most about the homes in this community, and find sets Broadmoor apart from other neighborhoods is the uniqueness of each of the individual homes. There are really no two homes alike in the neighborhood. Sure there are a few Brick Colonials, and there aren’t many, that may share some resemblance from an exterior standpoint, but once you set foot inside the residences you’ll find that that’s where the comparisons stop. This for me is really something to be marveled and really makes the neighborhood a special place to live.

Some of the Best Deals in the City for Luxury Real Estate can be found in Broadmoor!

Why buy in the Madison Park or Washington Park when you can buy in Broadmoor and get so much more for your money? I’ve always been a big believer in the value you get when purchasing a home in Broadmoor, and when looking at the most recent sales statistics they speak for themselves. Recent sales show that on average you pay $111.00 less per sq ft. in Broadmoor and you’re getting a bigger lot for your money. Couple these factors with the neighborhood being private, less street and foot traffic, and a lower crime rate, equal an overall more peaceful environment to live in. If you’re in the market for a luxury home and haven’t given Broadmoor much thought your truly doing yourself a disservice, it’s a wonderful neighborhood to live in!

*Statistics are based on sales that took place in the last 180 days.*

12 homes have sold during this time frame in Broadmoor.

Averages: Sq Ft. 4,701          Price per Sq Ft: $397.66          Days on Market: 242         

High: $4,700,000                   Median: $1,542,500                 Low: $900,000

17 Homes sold in Washington Park & Madison Park in the last 180 days

Average Sq Ft. 4,116          Price Per Sq FT. $508.52          Days on Market: 216

High: $4,400,000               Median: $1,942,000                  Low: $1,040,000


Broadmoor Midcentury Modern Featured in Times

BroadmoorA Broadmoor midcentury modern home which was influenced by Canlis and its architect Roland Terry was recently updated and featured in the Seattle Times.  The home which was built in 1962 was transformed by the owners with the help of architect Colin Brandt and Dyna Contracting.  Click the link to read more about the 7 month remodel and to see pictures taken after the work was complete.