When a reader told me about this charming renovated Craftsman-style house “in the heart of downtown Bellevue,” I was sold as soon as I saw the front porch.
It’s known as the Frank Odle house, and the owners spent 8 years restoring and updating it.
It’s on the market for $1,199,950.
The listing says:
Charming century Old Downtown Bellevue Home, Renovations and Meticulous Restorations completed in 2012.
Stunning professional chefs kitchen with honed granite and top of the line Stainless Steel appliances with built-in Espresso maker. Restored hand-blown light fixtures, built-in cabinetry, solid fir doors, white oak floors.
Grand Master w/ his/hers closets, large office/living nook. Spa-like ensuite with heated Carrera marble floors. Expansive downstairs bonus room and bedroom. Top of the line upgrades! Walk to Downtown Bellevue.
The house has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths and a little over 3,000 square feet.
For photos and information about the Frank Odle house in Bellevue, check the listing.