Livingston-24402 SE 44th Ct

$850,000 - Closed



3 up, 1 down



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Beautiful William Buchan Built Home

4 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 Baths

Nestled onto a slow, quiet street

This four-bedroom home by William Buchan was built in 1989 and has been beautifully kept and cared for by these original owners. Located at the end of a long quiet cul de sac with no traffic or noise.

William Buchan is known for his use of rich woodwork, white enamel wainscoting and flowing designs and floor plans. The entry is vaulted and gracious. The living room is spacious with wonderful coved design. The dining room features a bay window, white enamel woodwork and a beautiful tray ceiling. The kitchen is large and open with plenty of counter space, newer quartz counters and an abundance of cabinets. The eat nook is filled with light and looks out to the very private back yard. The spacious family room has a real brick wood burning fireplace with gorgeous cabinets and shelves and is just off the kitchen. The main floor bedroom can also be a den away from the rest of the home.  The master is upstairs and well sized and offers a five-piece master bath room that is light and bright with a large walk in closet.  A wonderful recirculating hot water system brings hot water to the master without waiting.

The backyard is flat and large with a nice size patio. Three car garage with pull down stairs to access the attic space.  A new furnace with electronic filter and humidifier plus air conditioning was installed in 2018.

Quiet and private but just minutes to shopping, restaurants, parks, trails and Park & Ride. Award winning Issaquah schools.




Bob did an excellent job helping us focus on the right things to prepare the home for sale and setting the right expectations in a dynamic market. Plus he knows the market in the Klahanie community. Bob held several open houses in the transitioning market and was always readily available to  answer any questions. I highly recommend Bob.

M. Clark