Open House: 3Br Lynnwood Townhome

Open House Date and Time:
Sunday, March 16th, 1-3pm

3802 209th Pl SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036

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Seller’s Comments

Coffee shop of choice:

We have grown quite fond of a little place called Corner Coffee Bar & Cafe. The owners are very personable and friendly, and they have free wi-fi. They have live music every other Friday night that’s fun too. In the fall, we also like to walk down to the Larchway Latte to get a hot apple cider and enjoy the changing leaves.

Favorite Restaurant in the Area:

Anthony’s Beach Café is a short drive away right on the waterfront. It has fabulous views of the Sound all year long and outdoor seating in the summer. Azteca, Claim Jumper, and Red Robin are also favorites for us, although the list could be much longer if there was room!

Best features of the home:

We love the spacious 9 foot ceilings throughout the home. The washer and dryer are located upstairs, which has always made doing laundry very convenient. There’s lot’s of storage found under the stair well, in the attic, and a large crawl space under the house that has easy access. There’s a putting green, volleyball court, and walking trail on the shared property as well.

Favorite room:

One our favorite rooms is the master bedroom. It has two windows as well as a large bay window and gets East/ West light. The nature reserve is across from the driveway so it’s always pleasant to look out and see nature growing and blossoming as well as hear little birds chirping in the spring and summer. I’ve also seen some of the most vibrant pink and orange sunsets out the west window that creates the coziest glow in the room.

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What’s in the neighborhood:

You name it, it’s here. Albertson’s is literally just around the corner, which was just recently remodeled and has a large organic section. The Alderwood mall is 5 minutes away with the AMC-Loews Theater, Barnes and Noble, 24 Hour Fitness, Bed Bath & Beyond, P.F. Chang’s, Lowes, and the list goes on. The corner of 99 and 196th has a large farm produce store, Trader Joes, Jo-Ann Fabrics, Business Costco, Joes, and just about anything else you could ever want.

What I will miss the most:

I will most definitely miss how convenient it has been to everything! I love that there is so much available and so close, but since we live on a nature reserve in a small neighborhood, it still feels like we have privacy and that we’re away from the noise. Have I mentioned the neighbors? They are absolutely wonderful. They are so kind and generous. I didn’t know that level of neighborly kindness existed anymore until I moved here. They will most certainly be missed.