Charming home on a large, corner lot located on a private, dead-end street in the Seaview neighborhood. Home features: hardwood floors on the main floor (under carpet and...
Listing courtesy of John L. Scott Westwood.
Attention investors! View fixer in a great location on street to ally 6500 Sq ft lot. Original home has fir floors in bedrooms, kitchen, living room. Detached shop/garage...
Listing courtesy of Windermere Real Estate/PSK Inc.
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Seaview is a collection of tight-knit residential neighborhoods, southwest of Alaska Junction and northwest of Morgan Junction between California Avenue SW to the east and Beach Drive to the west. The quiet, tree-lined pocket neighborhood of Beveridge Place SW feel a million miles away even though it’s a stone’s throw from the intersection of California, Morgan and Fauntleroy where you’ll find Zeek’s Pizza, Beveridge Place tavern, Starbucks, and Peel & Press. Thriftway and Pet Elements are well known anchors of the shopping district along California Avenue SW that connects Morgan Junction to Alaska. Limber Yoga, Conscious Choice Chiropractic and GoodMed are just a few of the many health and wellness options in the area. The main residential artery that runs through Seaview is 48th Ave SW that becomes Erskine Way as it connects with Alaska Junction at Edmunds. Single family homes make up most of the neighborhood, from million dollar estates with water views to affordable craftsman bungalows, ramblers, four squares, moderns and mid century houses.