Shoreline Rambler Home For Sale in Shoreline, Washington
Enjoy light and bright 1-level living in this Shoreline, Washington home for sale in the Shoreline School District.
The interior has been recently refreshed with new paint and flooring throughout. Check out the sparkly new quartz countertops and new sink and faucet in the kitchen!
Soaring ceilings, large windows, skylights, and sliding glass doors offer plenty of light to the interior of the home. Enjoy light entering the home from 3 sides when you are in the Great Room addition, Living Room, Kitchen, or Dining Area.
This house has plenty of room for entertaining and has hosted large family gatherings many years. There’s room to play inside and outside, and you can always walk or bike to Ridgecrest Elementary, or the Shoreline Public Library as well as shops and restaurants on 15th Ave NE if you want more to do! When it’s time to go to work, you can catch a bus nearby, or walk 10 minutes to the new light rail stop at 185th (when it’s completed) just half a mile away.
While at home, enjoy a large master bedroom suite with French doors that open onto your private backyard patio. The oversized jetted soaking tub in the hall bath provides a relaxing retreat to melt away your cares.
Check out the Yard: You can have lots of fun outside as well! This home has a nice grassy front yard with blossoming cherry trees that are especially ornamental in the Spring. Frolic on the lawn or catch some sun on the West-facing patio near the front door.
The backyard is fenced (for dogs or children!) and very private away from the street and neighbors. The freshly-painted gazebo offers a shady retreat and will keep your grill and patio furniture dry all year long. Enjoy the level grassy backyard or use your imagination for a garden of your own. The large paved patio offers space for scooters and bikes to ride in safety!
You don’t want to miss it:
Front and rear patio, gazebo, grassy backyard are fenced and level. This home offers one-level living with lots of floor space. The convenient Shoreline location offers easy access to I-5, library and groceries, restaurants, and cafes. Half-mile walk to new 185th Light Rail station. Lots of development coming to this area. Move-in ready, or tap investment potential. Possible ADF (Adult Family Home)? Hold as rental and sell as development.
The home has been completely inspected by a professional, certified inspector. We are happy to email the report to you or your listing agent. Owners tackled the report head-on and handled many projects, so you don’t have to.
Look At All The Projects That Have Been Completed On This Home
A List of Improvements:
- Removed debris and old insulation from attic and blew in new insulation. Vented attic where needed and sanitized.
- Cleaned crawl spaces: Insulation removed from crawl space with new floor vapor barrier liner, wrapped some piping, secured dryer venting with new vent outside and sanitized.
- Plumber installed new sink and tap in kitchen and checked off any plumbing issues.
- Newly installed quartz countertops in kitchen
- Inside painted throughout
- New wall-to-wall carpeting in bedrooms
- Engineered Vinyl Plank by Cascade installed in common areas
- Upgraded Electric: New light switches and plugs and GFCI’s replaced inside and out.
- New Garage Door has been ordered. Due to be installed: new white 14 ft steel door June 20th.
- Fence stained
- Bark laid in garden
- Partial house painted where needed
- Gazebo painted
- Ren’s Window Cleaning Windows washed inside and out,
- Roof cleaned
- Patio gutters power washed.
This area of Shoreline has received a lot of interest in the past few years as it has been part of a progressive re-zoning project by the city of Shoreline. Over the course of time, Shoreline is allowing taller buildings to be built near the Light Rail station on 185th. This home is only half a mile from the station, and is scheduled for rezoning as part of Phase 3 of Shoreline’s plan which will take place in 2033 according to the current schedule.
Many investors have their eyes on this street and are buying up parcels of land with the plan to assemble them into a larger property which could be sold to a developer. These folks are holding the property as a residence for now, with plans to sell and/or build in the future. 4-Bedroom homes in this zip code are renting for $3,000 – $4,000/month on zillow.com.
Possible Adult Family Home
This home has the potential to be a great Adult Family Home or a wheel-chair accessible home. Because it is equipped with hard flooring throughout, and the side and rear entrances are accessible via only 1-step, it would be easy to install a wheelchair ramp to access the interior via the side of the home and in fact this has been done in the past. It could easily be a 5-bedroom home with the addition of a closet and using the laundry room as a bedroom. There is a lot of parking in the garage, driveway, and on the road. It is on public sewer.
Shoreline City Planners Contact Information
From the city of Shoreline: The property at 17802 10th Ave NE is currently zoned Residential Six (R-6). It is in Phase 3 of the 185th Station Area rezonings, which were approved a few years ago.
In March 2033, the zoning will change from R-6 to Mixed Use Residential – 35 (MUR-35). MUR-35 generally allows for single-family detached, single-family attached (townhomes, duplexes, etc), and apartments up to 35’ in height.
Heights of 70’ are only allowed in the MUR-70 zone district – heights of 70’ would not be allowed on this property.
Dimensional requirements and building standards for these zone districts are in Section 20.50.020 of the Shoreline Municipal Code (SMC). This includes things like setbacks (how far structures must be from the property lines), height requirements, building coverage maximums, hardscape coverage maximums, and more. Please note that MUR-35 has a minimum density of 12 dwelling units per acre, which means if redevelopment of the property occurs after 2033, it will need to have at least three dwellings on it.
In the future, if you have zoning or property questions, feel free to reach out to email@example.com and our team will connect you with the planner of the day. We’re always happy to assist!
If you would like additional information about this, here are some contacts with the city of Shoreline, WA who have been very helpful.
Jessica Simulcik Smith
City of Shoreline
P: (206) 801-2231 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a link to the zoning map for the 185th Station Area (it’s the last page of this PDF): https://www.shorelinewa.gov/home/showpublisheddocument/20938/635689405421570000
There is a project page that contains a wealth of information regarding the area-wide rezone: https://www.shorelinewa.gov/government/projects-initiatives/light-rail-station-area-planning
October 25, 2021 Staff Report on Development in the MUR-70 Zone: http://cosweb.ci.shoreline.wa.us/uploads/attachments/cck/council/staffreports/2021/staffreport102521-8a.pdf
Economic Development Manager
Planning & Community Development
Ask Us Your Questions
Clearly, there are a lot of options available with this home. We can’t wait to hear YOUR ideas and creativity. If you have any questions. Don’t hesitate to reach out. We plan to review offers on Tuesday, June 7th.