421 N Forest Street
An Elegant & Charming South Hill Lady With Bay & City Views. Only a Five Minute Walk to Western Washington University (WWU)!
A picturesque piece of history with age old elegance that captures another time. Craftsmanship is the hallmark of this unique vintage home. Come visit and see for yourself!
If you love architectural detailing such as crown moldings, wainscoting, bay windows, oak floors, window seats, attic rooms, and large kitchens, this gracious home for you! This lovely home is set towards the back of the property line and overlooks Bellingham Bay, the distant San Juan Islands and the City of Bellingham, Washington.
Located in the South Hill neighborhood – considered the very best in Bellingham and known for excellent schools. Close to Western Washington University, historic Fairhaven & down town shopping districts and many recreational opportunities including parks, waterfront, beaches, hiking trails, playfields and National Forests.
· - 4 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms
· - 2,049 SqFt Home 6,875 SqFt Lot
· - Renovated kitchen
· - Newer furnace & hot water tank
· - Formal dining & breakfast nook
· - Formal living room & library
· - All appliances included + freezer
· - Abundant built-ins, closets & storage
· - Beautifully landscaped
· - Paved alley access
· -- Back patio perfect for entertaining
· - 2 car carport + plenty of extra parking
· - 2009 Taxes: $1,712 Senior Exempt
· - NWMLS #: 65719
South Hill is an older residential and is considered to be one of the best neighborhoods in which to live in Bellingham, WA, focused on views of the Bay and the distant San Juan Islands as well as well as the historic Fairhaven shopping district and Bellingham. Residents enjoy the Bay views and close proximity to employment and shopping in the down town area of Bellingham, Fairhaven, Sehome Village and additional shopping and employment areas to the east of the freeway.
Excellent schools are available within a 1 to 2 mile radius of this neighborhood (Lowell Elmentary re opens fall of 2010, Fairhaven Middle School and Sehome High School). Older students may attend Western Washington University, the third largest in the state, which is at the northern boundary of this neighborhood, Whatcom Community College or the Bellingham Technical School, both within 2 to 4 miles.