Kirkland Kingsgate Home – Sold!
This four-bedroom, light-filled home was move-in ready. The many improvements included brand new energy-efficient furnace, 2009 windows and 2006 roof. Vaulted ceilings add to the spaciousness. This is one of the best homes in an established neighborhood arranged around a half-mile oval with a community pool and clubhouse. Trees, trails and green spaces invite healthy walks with four-legged friends. Half a mile to groceries and restaurants, one and a half miles to Park & Ride and I-405. Northshore Schools are highly rated.
Facts about this Kirkland Kingsgate home
- 12120 NE 149th St, Kirkland, WA 98034
- Northwest Multiple Listing Service: 755315
- Built 1972
- 1,650 square feet
- 4,745 square foot lot (plus community green space)
- RV parking (community)
- 4 bedrooms (master with 3/4 bath)
- 1.75 bathrooms (1 full upstairs and 3/4 downstairs)
- Dining area
- All appliances, except washer and dryer stay with home
- Attached two-car garage
- Floor coverings: wall-to-wall carpets, vinyl
- 2014 Taxes $3,560
- Energy-efficient furnace 2014
- Garage door 2012
- Vinyl windows 2009
- Roof 2006
- Dishwasher 2006
- Water heater 2004
- Siding 2002
Kirkland Kingsgate home – part of Kirkland
Named after Peter Kirk, Kirkland has grown from 400 in 1905 to more than 80,000 residents. Today, the over 100 year old city includes several annexed neighborhoods. They include Houghton (1968) and North Rose Hill (1988) to the east and Totem Lake (1974) and South Juanita (1988) further north. With the annexation of Finn Hill, Kingsgate and North Juanita, effective June 1, 2011, the city has doubled in size.
In the shadow of the much larger city of Bellevue to the south, Kirkland has remained a “town” despite an explosive growth spurt. During the last two decades of the 20th century and the recent annexations, Kirkland’s population increased by about 33,000.
Contact Gerhard Ade by email if you’re in the market to buy or sell.