2BR in West Seattle Cohousing Community
7020 18th Ave SW A-1
Seattle, WA 98106
Home Size: 987 sq ft
Parking: 1 on-site parking space
HOA Dues: $389/mo
Homestead Lease Fee: $75/mo
This two-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath home in the Riverview neighborhood of West Seattle is the result of a special partnership between Puget Ridge Cohousing Association and Homestead Community Land Trust. Owners of this home will be members of Puget Ridge Cohousing which combines the benefits of individual homeownership with living in a supportive and engaged community. The first floor of this 987 sq ft home offers an open-concept kitchen, dining and living area with a convenient half-bath. The kitchen is outfitted with brand new countertops and refinished cabinets. All appliances, including oven, refrigerator, wash and dryer are new. Large windows, a covered front porch and private backyard provide views of tree-lined walkways and gardens throughout the development. The second floor features two spacious bedrooms and a full bath. Both bedrooms have large closets and plenty of natural light. This home also comes with off-street parking.
Owners at Puget Ridge own their own homes where they have privacy and autonomy. They are also part of a supportive community that shares the intention to come together for gardening, cooking, eating, celebrating and watching children grow up together. A large common house supports community gatherings, activities and meals. A shared workshop area in the common house supports hobbies and home repair/maintenance tools and equipment. Residents also share a large organic garden and edible landscaping. Many aspects of home repair and maintenance are taken care of through the owners association.
Shopping at Westwood Village is less than a 10 min drive. Sanislo Elementary School is across the street. Other schools in the area include Pathfinder and Boren STEM K-8, Denny Middle School, and Chief Sealth High School. Nearby Riverview Playfield boasts multiple tennis courts, ballfields, soccer fields and a greenway.
A former resident of Puget Ridge Cohousing donated money to Homestead Community Land Trust to bring a Puget Ridge Cohousing home into Homestead’s trust. Residents and friends of that former resident also contributed funds to make this land trust home more affordable to our buyer. This is a community that truly supports the goal of affordable homeownership for all.
As part of your application to purchase this home, applicants must attend an information session to learn about cohousing benefits and responsibilities. To sign-up for info sessions click on ‘How To Apply’ tab on this page. For more information about Puget Ridge Cohousing, visit http://pugetridge.net/
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