Tag: Seattle

Slideshow: Show Stealing Properties from Seattle and Denver

In light of hometowns and the BIG upcoming game, we thought it would be clever to construct a compilation of 10 beautiful properties from both Seattle and Denver.

Are Houseboats the Future of Upscale Living?

Guest Post by Rob Wachter Seattle houseboats, made famous by the film Sleepless in Seattle, could be the future of upscale living. Imagine: a view of the downtown skyline from your living room. Or direct access to Lake Union in your front yard. Rainn Wilson, Seattleite and star of the hit TV series The Office, [...]

Homes from “VMA” Nominee Hometowns

The music has changed, but today’s most popular artists still wear their “homes” on their sleeves no matter where their travels take them. With the MTV Video Music Awards nominations recently being announced, it occurred to us that the nominated artists in the “Video of the Year” category all have especially strong ties to their hometowns. To commemorate one of the most entertaining music award shows around, let’s take a look at some homes from their old stomping grounds.

Slideshow: 6 Timeless Homes for Daylight Savings

For those that live in areas that observe daylight savings, this weekend we will lose an hour of lives. It will be gone as we have to move our clocks forward an hour in this annual ritual that I’m not quite sure of the purpose of it. So to combat the losing of time, I thought we should look at some homes that mock the constraints of time. These properties are timeless. How do I know that? It says it right in their property description on coldwellbanker.com, and after you take a look at them, I’m pretty sure you’ll agree.

Home of the Week: A Seattle Sight on the Sound

The Pacific Northwest is home to many amazing things. Starbucks coffee. Pike Place Market. The space needle. But this amazing place listed by Patricia Wallace of Coldwell Banker Bain is more than just a tourist attraction as it’s a place you can officially call home.

Here’s to Seattle

Stand at the corner of N. 67th St. & Phinney Ave. N in Seattle and you’re technically in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood, but Seattle neighborhoods really overlap. Just down the hill you’re at Greenlake, 11 blocks south you’re at the Woodland Park Zoo, and a few blocks north Greenwood.

Best Places to Live for Social Seekers

I grew up in Randolph, NJ and now reside with my wife and two boys in Westfield, about 35 minutes away.  But the difference can be measured by far more than distance.  Westfield is closer to New York City, has a thriving downtown scene filled with restaurants, stores and greater sense of community. Recognizing that [...]