The homes at The Cove at Veridian is located within blocks of an eclectic mix of shops, boutiques, cafés, bars and coffee shops on North Seattle's Greenwood Avenue North.
SEATTLE — When The Cove at Veridian began selling its one- and two-bedroom condominiums just over a year ago, sales director Jennifer Phillips says she expected robust sales. “But we did not anticipate that our sales pace would be so consistently strong,” she says. “Visitors have been attracted by our value and have shown strong interest in our plans, location and amenities from day one.”
The Cove at Veridian is located within blocks of an eclectic mix of shops, boutiques, cafés, bars and coffee shops on Greenwood Avenue North.
Homeowners have access via a private gate to adjacent Bitter Lake, which offers a convenient location for paddleboarding, fishing or enjoying a picnic. The Interurban Trail, a 25-mile bicycle route from downtown Seattle to Snohomish County, is also nearby.
“Buyers consistently say that they have explored all the many options on the market, but they keep coming back to The Cove,” Phillips says. “That’s why we have sold two condominiums a week for months. Prices now begin in the $170,000s for one-bedroom plans.”
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A limited inventory of two-bedroom plans is available, she says.
Priced at $250,000, residence 5101 is a two-bedroom, 1.75-bath home with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, a washer and dryer, a balcony and two parking spots. It’s the last remaining plan in the quieter center of the community, Phillips says.
Single-level one-bedroom condominiums include plush carpeting, wood-laminate flooring, washer and dryer, and forced-air heating. Some homes feature a wood-burning fireplace.
All homes at The Cove at Veridian open up to landscaped courtyards and include a patio or balcony to expand the living space.
Kitchens include wood cabinets, and baths feature dual vanities and tile shower and tub surrounds.
Phillips says The Cove at Veridian has created a resort atmosphere, with walking paths, lush plantings and a community center. The facility includes a pool, grilling area, indoor spa, fitness center, yoga room and showers. It also has a kitchen and social area with seating and a flat-screen TV.
“Anyone can come out for a personal tour of our community amenities,” says Phillips, who adds that special pricing is being offered on some one-bedroom units. VA financing is also available.