Five homes remain for sale at The Cove at Veridian, a condominium community located in north Seattle.

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SEATTLE — Five homes remain for sale at The Cove at Veridian, a condominium community located in north Seattle.

Four one-bedroom plans are available and are priced starting at $176,000. One two-bedroom plan also remains.

“This residence features ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliance, which means the plan has one large bathroom,” says Jennifer Phillips, the sales director at The Cove at Veridian. “Conventional and VA financing is available.”

The single-level one- and two-bedroom condominiums include plush carpeting, wood-laminate flooring, washer and dryer, and forced-air heating. Some homes have a wood-burning fireplace.

All homes open up to landscaped courtyards and include a patio or balcony to expand the living space.

Homes face landscaped courtyards and include a patio or balcony for additional living space.
Homes face landscaped courtyards and include a patio or balcony for additional living space.

Kitchens include stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and wood cabinetry. Baths feature dual vanities and tile shower and tub surrounds.

“The Cove at Veridian has created a resort atmosphere, with walking paths, lush plantings and a community center,” Phillips says. “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.”

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.

“We have a wonderful mix of first-time buyers, move-down buyers and professionals that all have found The Cove attractive for different reasons,” Phillips says. “I would not be surprised if inventory is sold out within the next few weeks, and that means finding a home in this price range will be quite a challenge.”