We’re excited to showcase our newest property on the market! Valley 3 is our third project in Seattle’s Madison Valley neighborhood along the alley between John and Thomas on 27th Ave. The modern triad is built to surpass Built Green 4* certification and features the integration of Passive House principles for maximum energy efficiency.
Its unique design includes a reclaimed brick paver pathway – salvaged from the site’s original home – which connects each of the three homes to the street, and an exposed steel beam separating single family home’s open kitchen and living space. Additional finishes include sealed concrete floors, sustainable countertops, radiant heat bathroom floors and contemporary stainless steel energy star appliances. Valley 3’s concrete and wood façade blends well with the neighborhood’s mixed traditional and contemporary design aesthetic. Each home also provides considerable outdoor amenities including a private rooftop deck with neighborhood views, and onsite parking prewired for electric car charging.
Valley 3’s airtight construction reduces heating and cooling costs by approximately 50%. For future homeowners this energy performance translates into a substantial savings on heating and cooling and an increase in thermal comfort – even on cool, damp days.
Madison Valley is known for its walkability, boasting a Walk Score of 85. Valley 3 is located steps from the Madison Valley retail corridor, great restaurants, parks, transit and a short walk to Capitol Hill’s vibrant Pike/Pine neighborhood.
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