Behold this classic 1936 colonial…wonderful curb appeal is only the beginning. The floor plan works fabulously. Luscious formal rooms, a remodeled kitchen and family room, along with beautifully remodeled bathrooms, bedrooms, and lower level. Did I mention the attached two-car garage? This is easy living! When it comes to making a statement, nothing does the job quite like a glorious colonial home. Sited on a sunny (and flat!) west-facing lot, this home is as appealing inside as it is outside…fantastic curb appeal in the front and in the back offering loads of room to entertain, barbecue, and enjoy cocktails or play croquet! Gleaming ebony hardwoods contrast with the clean palette of the ivory mouldings to deliver an aesthetic that honors its traditional roots with an updated (and polished-to-a-T) modern twist. The scale of the rooms is perfect—big enough to entertain large groups, yet this home has a soul and an intimacy not found in many large homes. Four bedrooms upstairs and a lower level with main-floor quality! A short walk to all that Madison Park has to offer! From the very beginning, Broadmoor was an “idea ahead of its time,” as it was marketed in 1925 by the Puget Mill Company, a subsidiary of Pope and Talbot. A private, residential park surrounded by an 18-hole golf course within the city limits of Seattle. For many years, it bore the distinction of being the only one of its kind in any metropolitan city in the U.S. Originally part of Washington Park, the 200-acre community was parceled into 400 residential lots, “all conforming to the natural contour of the land” to house the best homes in Seattle, with membership to the exclusive golf club.