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Open House – 1244 8th Ave S, Edmonds, WA

1244 8TH AVE S, EDMONDS, WA

OPEN HOUSE October 03, Saturday 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

$ Click for current price

4 BEDROOMS | 2 (2 full ) BATHROOMS | 3552 SQUARE FEET

 

Light filled home w/plenty of room for everyone! 2,434 sq ft PLUS 1,154 sq ft unfinished bsmt. Kitchen w/granite counters & an abundance of cabinet space. Family room off kitchen w/ DuraCeramic flooring and gas wall flce,master suite w/walk-in closet & balcony,& tons of closet space in all the bedrooms. Flower gardens, terraces, & water fountain Low maintenance 8712 sq ft. lot. You will love sitting in the hot tub in your private backyard while watching the many NW birds.Short walk to Starbucks.

 


Posted on October 2, 2015 at 11:43 pm
Terry Vehrs | Posted in Open House |

Open House – 2502 200th Pl SW, Lynnwood, WA

2502 200TH PLACE SW, LYNNWOOD, WA

OPEN HOUSE October 04, Sunday 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM

$ Click for current price

3 BEDROOMS | 1 (1 full ) BATHROOMS | 1100 SQUARE FEET

 

Cute Updated Rambler in quiet cul-de-sac location. Fresh paint, new carpet and vinyl. Home is in great condition and ready for new owners! Two closets in master bedroom, eating area in kitchen, family room with slider to back patio, and an extra storage room with door to the backyard. Generous 9,147 sq ft level lot. Fantastic backyard, nice and flat, fully fenced, and perfect for badminton and entertaining. Great location close to shopping, dining, schools, and easy freeway access.

 


Posted on October 2, 2015 at 11:38 pm
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Open House – 23115 102nd Pl W, Edmonds, WA

23115 102ND PLACE W, EDMONDS, WA

OPEN HOUSE October 04, Sunday 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

$ Click for current price

4 BEDROOMS | 3 (2 full, 1 half ) BATHROOMS | 2642 SQUARE FEET

 

This beautiful home welcomes you w/a grand entryway to the Formal living & dining rooms. Amazing living spaces and hardwood floors. Family room with brick fireplace off of the light filled kitchen w/walk-in pantry. Main Floor den. Remodeled main bath. Bonus loft/tech area. Upgrades including six-panel doors, closet organizers. Three car garage w/lots of built in storage. New roof & newer furnace, hot water heater. Located in a private great location close to shopping, dining, schools, & parks.

 


Posted on October 1, 2015 at 8:51 pm
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Open House – 20304 81st Ave W, Edmonds, WA

20304 81ST AVE W, EDMONDS, WA

OPEN HOUSE October 04, Sunday 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

$ Click for current price

5 BEDROOMS | 3 (3 full ) BATHROOMS | 2810 SQUARE FEET

 

Great Level Entry Rambler with basement. The main floor features living room, dining room, kitchen, and 3 bedrooms including the master suite with full bath and dual sinks. The lower floor includes a family room, two more bedrooms, a full bath, and laundry room. You will love the spacious and private 8,276 sq ft lot. Large covered back deck. New Roof and new Hot Water Heater. Located close to shopping, dining, Pine Ridge Park, and Edmonds Community College.

 


Posted on October 1, 2015 at 8:45 pm
Terry Vehrs | Posted in New Listing, Open House |

Edmonds Arts Festival Father’s Day Weekend

Don't miss the Edmonds Arts Festival this weekend! June 19-21!

To learn more, visit their website – www.EdmondsArtsFestival.com


Posted on June 16, 2015 at 8:14 pm
Terry Vehrs | Posted in Events |

Our good friend Chef Russell Lowell has new book!

Russell Dean Lowell's "In Search of Duende"

For the first time, one of the Northwest's most celebrated chefs is making his amazing life's journey, public. He offers us a peek inside his private journal and with the true spirit of a natural-born story teller, Russell takes us on the adventure of a lifetime.

Filled with recipes that are sure to delight home cooks and chefs, In Search of Duende gives the reader a chance to experience a journey of epic proportions and the delicious dish that corresponds with each fascinating story.

$35.00 USD – Purchase here >>


Posted on January 14, 2015 at 4:11 am
Terry Vehrs | Posted in Uncategorized |

Edmonds Tree Lighting Ceremony

Tree Lighting Ceremony

VISIT EDMONDS FOR THE TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY, SANTA CLAUS, CAROLS & SNACKS!

Saturday, November 29, 2014 at 4:30 PM
– 3:30 Refreshments at Centennial Plaza
– 4:30 Program begins with Santa to follow

At the Tree Lighting Ceremony:
– Centennial Plaza (5th & Bell)
– Coffee and Hot Cider from the Chamber
 – Cookies by Shooby Doo Catering

Starting at 5:15pm the Edmonds Conference Center will have Santa Claus, Hot Coco & Cookies. (Santa photos by Dale Sutton with Magic Photo)

For more information, please visit http://www.edmondswa.com/events/tree-lighting.html

 


Posted on November 23, 2014 at 7:17 pm
Terry Vehrs | Posted in Events |

Seattle Hill Road Tri-level

 
Enjoy the comfortable elegance of this updated tri-level! The spacious living room welcomes you with lots of natural light coming through the bright skylights. The kitchen has beautiful granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, and a breakfast bar. In the dining room, you will find hardwood floors and great built-in shelving that's perfect for displaying all of your favorite things. You will love spending time outdoors on your private deck and fully fenced backyard.
 
 
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Posted on October 16, 2014 at 2:20 am
Terry Vehrs | Posted in New Listing |

Edmonds Halloween Trick-or-Treat Night


Posted on October 16, 2014 at 1:32 am
Terry Vehrs | Posted in Events |

Edmonds Scarecrow Festival

Vincent Go-Crow is now displayed on “the fence,” an outdoor display area adjacent to the ArtWorks at Second in Dayton in downtown Edmonds.[/caption]The first entrants in this year’s annual Edmonds Scarecrow Festival are beginning to show up on streetcorners, in front of homes and stores, and just about anywhere you can put a stake in the ground.

It’s all part of the opening of this year’s Edmonds Scarecrow Festival, a community event sponsored by the Edmonds Historical Museum in which entrants build scarecrows and the whole community joins in the fun by voting the best in several categories. Last year’s festival was a terrific success with more than 50 scarecrows registered and more than 500 votes cast.

Registration for the 2014 festival runs Oct. 1-15, and public voting gets underway on Oct. 16. But that hasn’t stopped some early birds from getting their entry into the public view.

One early entry is already up on Edmonds Art Commission’s Fence venue near the Art Works at Second and Dayton. Edmonds artists Mona Smiley-Fairbanks and Robin Westbrook’s “Starry Night” features Vincent van Go-Crow (aka, Vincent van Gogh) stepping out of his famous work “Starry Night.” The stars even light up after dark.

“We tried to be accurate in our depiction of van Gogh,” said Smiley-Fairbanks. “He always wore a blue drillcoat, simple black pants and shoes, and frequently a straw hat. The coat we used actually belonged to Robin’s father-in-law, a relic from his days flying and maintaining aircraft for the Royal Canadian Air Force. The rest came from thrift stores. But I think our scarecrow is a little taller than the real van Gogh.”

A little scarier too.

Fairbanks and Westbrook are professional artists, but don’t worry. There’s plenty of room for non-artist entries too. Scarecrows can be registered in six categories: Business in the bowl; business outside the bowl; government/civic group; artist/art group; residential; and school/youth group. Smiley and Westbrook’s entry will be in the Artist/Art Group category, so there’s plenty of opportunity for entries from everyone. The only guidelines are that scarecrows must be handmade and family-friendly.

“Our goals are to promote the Museum, get the community involved in an enjoyable creative activity that celebrates the season, and create opportunities for interaction between schools, artists, merchants and residents,” said Dave Buelow, Museum board member and scarecrow festival coordinator. “But most of all it’s about having fun!”

“Last year was the first time we tried this,” said Buelow, “and the response was incredible. We had 54 scarecrows officially entered, and this year we’re looking for lots more.”

Even if you don’t build a scarecrow, everyone is encouraged to join in the fun by casting votes online at the Museum’s website to determine the best scarecrow in each category. Voting will begin Oct. 16.

Visit the website, (www.HistoricEdmonds.org), for FAQs and simple “how to build a scarecrow” instructions. For more information, Buelow invites the public to email the Museum or call the Scarecrow Hotline at 425-774 6507.


Posted on September 16, 2014 at 1:29 am
Terry Vehrs | Posted in Events |