1321 Seneca Street #504, Seattle
2 BEDROOMS | 1.75 BATHROOMS | 1,322 SQUARE FEET
A high-impact yet timeless interior with top-of-the-line finishes includes 9-foot ceilings, honed marble counter tops, stainless steel appliances, light/rustic hardwoods and a very rare 300 square foot patio...all set against a canvas of sparkling city and water views! Two bedrooms meet a cozy den, two bathrooms and a great room with a luxe kitchen. Life at LUMA comes together in a collection of incredible amenities: expansive rooftop terrace, jetted pool, fireside lounge, chef’s kitchen, fitness center and pet lounge!
Life at Luma comes together in a collection of incredible amenities. The 24th floor offers an expansive rooftop terrace with a communal lounge area, barbecues, an outdoor fireplace, jetted pool, library, fireplace lounge, private dining and chef’s kitchen for effortless entertaining. Head to the lower floors to access a fitness center and fully equipped pet lounge for your four legged family members. This home comes with one secured parking spot in the garage.
Offered at $1,295,000
About First Hill
First Hill is a respite from the hustle and bustle of the downtown core. East-coast city meets old-world sensibility, as the greenery of old growth trees arches over sidewalks and manicured lawns give way to historic homes and distinguished buildings.
As development continues in the northern neighborhoods of downtown, traffic has become a real issue for residents, yet First Hill retains an ease of access with predictable and convenient access via foot or bus to downtown Seattle, or to the interstates by vehicle. The Streetcar connects First Hill with Pioneer Square in an effortless ride, or the light rail station on Capitol Hill brings one north to the University of Washington campus and south to the airport. A new Whole Foods grocery store will soon open just blocks from LUMA, to complement the variety of local restaurants and bars within steps of the building. Entertainment is never far, as a vibrant local arts scene meets the Town Hall, where one can listen to thought provoking lectures and discussions, or attend a concert.