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FIRST HILLCHARMER7238Southeast 32nd Street MERCER ISLAND, WASHINGTON3Bedrooms▪2.5Bathrooms▪2,640Square Feet▪16,068 Lot SizeEnjoy one-level living in this…
FIRST HILLCHARMER7238Southeast 32nd Street MERCER ISLAND, WASHINGTON3Bedrooms▪2.5Bathrooms▪2,640Square Feet▪16,068 Lot SizeEnjoy one-level living in this wonderfully sited home in the highly sought after First Hill neighborhood! Nestled on a 16,000+ sq ft, sunny, level lot with a detached studio. This very appealing 2,640 sq ft rambler has wonderful privacy and an abundance of very usable spaces. Lot's of room for hobbies, office space, family, and entertaining. Patios, decks, 2 car garage, and wonderful fenced yard. Must see to appreciate!propertyPORTFOLIOcommunity infoMERCER ISLANDMERCER ISLAND in historySettled between 1870 and 1880 by the “Mercer brothersâ€?, the island was originally a haven to pick berries, hunt, and fish. The large family settled on the northwest peak, near where a large resort was later built by C. C. Calkins in 1889. As the population grew, so did the settlement. The then-business district, which was located between the McGilvra neighborhood and Luther Burbank Park, developed and boomed local ecommerce. The island continued to boom, urging the necessity of a permanent, Seattle connection. The East Channel Bridge was built in 1928, connecting Bellevue to the island and the Lacey V Murrow Memorial Bridge was built in 1940. In 1989, a second bridge was built, named the Homer M Hadley Memorial Bridge, to accommodate additional traffic. After a tragic incident, the Lacey V Murrow Memorial Bridge was rebuilt and together, these bridges make the Interstate-90 floating bridges connecting Seattle, Mercer Island, and the Eastside.MERCER ISLAND todayFully committed to community and family-values, Mercer Island hosts a plethora of celebrations throughout the year, including several Parent’s Night Outs, Summer Celebration, Art Uncorked, seasonal Farmer’s Markets, Mostly Music in the Park, Mercer Island Half-Marathon, and Seafair Hydroplane Races alongside the Blue Angels Airshow. The Downtown Business District comprises much of the island’s shopping and eating amenities, though there is a south end shopping center as well located near Pioneer Park. Several clubs live around the island, including the Mercer Island Country Club and the Mercer Island Beach Club. Mercer Island schools are consistently rated among the best schools in the state. Education is highly regarded, with an emphasis on innovative learning, technology, and attainable challenges. Beautiful neighborhoods and a wonderfully maintained parks system embrace a high quality of life. Spend weekends lounging on the banks of Luther Burbank Park, try out a new downtown eatery, visit local markets, or take a drive along the water. Head across the lake to Seattle or Bellevue, both only a few minutes’ drive.parks andRECREATIONMERCER ISLAND parks & recreationThe sylvan nature of Mercer Island is beautifully demonstrated within the well-maintained park and trail system. Hike, bike, walk, play, swim, participate in organized sports, or simply enjoy the natural surroundings Mercer Island offers. On the north end, the 20-acre Lid Park offers families countless hours of playtime with its children’s play area, sports fields, and basketball courts. Three of the large city parks - Luther Burbank Park, Clark Beach, and Groveland Beach Park - have beaches. Luther Burbank contains 4,000 feet of shoreline, a boat dock and fishing pier, three miles of maintained trails, and children’s play area, tennis courts, and the city’s off-leash dog park. The south end’s Pioneer Park, contains 113 wooded acres and its Southeast quadrant is specifically set up for horseback riding. Check out a full list of parks at the City of Mercer Island website: www.MercerGov.orgMERCER ISLAND Beach ClubThe Mercer Island Beach Club is located along the water at the SE tip of the Island. Known for its beautiful waterfront facilities with spectacular Mt Rainier and lake views, MIBC members enjoy swimming, aquatic sports, tennis, fitness, and social activities. AQUATICS: 8-lane competition pool; diving board; seasonally covered activity pool; and lazy river. TENNIS: Six hard-surface tennis courts and one regulation-size pickleball court; full-time tennis pro; lessons, tourneys, and social matches; seating area to watch and dine. FITNESS: 2,200sf fitness facility; state-of-the-art cardio and free weight equipment; locker rooms for men, women, boys, and girls, plus lounge; group fitness classes and personal trainers. WATERFRONT: Sandy beach for kids of all ages; lifeguarded swim dock with water slide; six moorage docks with 74 boat slips; kayak and day sailor racks. GROUNDS: 7.5-acre property with expansive lawns; two levels of view decks with picnic tables; six communal grills with sink and prep area, plus nearby fire pit; children’s outdoor play structure.CLUBHOUSE: party room with expansive outdoor deck; large prep kitchen and bar window; Wave CafĂŠ and seating area, serving light meals and snacks.MERCER ISLAND Country ClubThe Mercer Island Country Club is located at the south end of the Island. Probably most known for its tennis facilities and tournaments, MICC also boasts swim, fitness and social activities. TENNIS: 7 indoor courts and 8 outdoor courts; 7 pros; extensive tennis programs; USTA and women’s cup teams; MICC annual tournament; men’s night competitive program; women’s flights and monthly mixed-doubles nights. Classes for juniors with members competing in USTA and the Junior Eastside Tennis League. AQUATICS: 8-lane, 25-yard pool with a spring diving board is covered about half the year to allow year-round use; swimming, diving and water polo teams; swim lessons, stroke clinics, lifeguarding classes and in-the-water social events. FITNESS: Weight room and fitness studio feature state-of-the-art machines including LeMond spin bikes and TRX equipment. Six personal trainers and 13 instructors offer a wide range of classes for preschoolers through seniors. SOCIAL: MICC’s offerings also include lounge areas, a child-care center, pro shop, outdoor BBQ and play equipment.STROUM JEWISH Community CenterThe Stroum Jewish Community Center on the east side of Mercer Island offers a variety of programs and activities for everyone from newborns to seniors. The J on Mercer Island is home to an Early Childhood School, a newly remodeled state-of-the-art auditorium, an upgraded Fitness Center, an indoor pool, and more. Membership to the SJCC is open to everyone regardless of race, religion, or national origin. We welcome everyone – you don’t have to be Jewish to join. FITNESS: State-of-the-art HOIST strength equipment and Octane cardio machines in a 2,000 square-foot fitness center; highly qualified personal trainers; sports leagues; indoor running track; racquetball courts; drop in gym; more than 40 fitness classes for SJCC members. AQUATICS: 25-yard indoor swimming pool with a 2 1/2-foot-deep preschool instructional area, adult lap lanes, and a certified lifeguard on duty at all times. CULTURAL ARTS: Newly renovated auditorium makes the J an even better artistic home for our community. In addition to the popular Seattle Jewish Film Festival, they offer a wider variety of arts programs, including concerts, theater performances, and lectures, so the greater Seattle community can come together to explore, enjoy, and engage in art.MERCER ISLAND Shore ClubMercerwood Shore Club is a relaxed, easy to access club located on the eastern shores of the Island in a spectacular waterfront setting. Since 1953, the club has been bringing families together to enjoy an endless variety of programs and activities for all ages. AQUATICS: 25-meter pool with diving board for year-round use (enclosed in a heated bubble during the winter months); full variety of swimming programs for all ages; accomplished summer sports programs and coaching; Mercerwood Swim Team and Water Polo teams; competitive swimming, diving and water polo teams for kids ages 5 and up. WATERFRONT: MSC enjoys over 500 feet of Lake Washington waterfront with a large grass picnic area, built in BBQs, fire pits, sandy beach, playground, swimming area, and boat launch with 36 moorage slips, offering moorage from April through October. There is also a private boat ramp adjacent to the dock and storage is available for paddle boards, kayaks, day sailers, and other personal watercraft. TENNIS: Play tennis with a beautiful view of Lake Washington on the club’s four well-maintained outdoor tennis courts; courtside viewing and social area. CLUBHOUSE: A new 6000 sq. ft. year-round club house features lounge areas, multi-purpose room, weight room, cardio studio, hot tub and wading pool for toddlers.farmersMARKETMERCER ISLAND parks & recreationThe Mercer Island’s Farmer’s Market’s mission is to “…connect growers, consumers, and the Island business community to create a valuable, sustainable community asset.” The Market is open JUNE through OCTOBER Sundays from 10am-3pm.2017 HIGHLIGHTS • • • • • • •Over 2,000lbs of food donated to local organizations Two tons of waste diverted from landfills each Market month 63 vendor participants Over $650,000 in sales An average of 2-3,000 per Market Over 300 volunteers 1,800 Facebook FollowersMERCER ISLAND transportationWhile most errands in Mercer Island, require a car, Downtown Mercer Island is easily walkable. With easy, Northend access to Interstate-90, one can commute to both Seattle and the Eastside with ease. Highway 405 to and East and Interestate-5 to the West will get you North and South. Many busses pass over the bridges, including the 201, 204, 216, 550, 554, 630, 892, 981, and 989. The 201, 204, and 891 navigate the better part of the island. In addition, bikers can be found on East Mercer & West Mercer Way. In 2017, construction began to bring the Sound Transit Link System through Mercer Island, towards its ultimate goal for an Eastside expansion. Once complete, this will benefit the locals on either side of the water, in addition to Mercer Island residents!31Walkscoreâ–Ş31â–Ş26Bikescore TransitMERCER ISLAND school districtCritically acclaimed for their focus on innovative learning, the Mercer Island School District ranks #2 in Washington State, according to Niche.com. Noted as a “friendly environment,” the district strives to foster children and young adults by converting information into knowledge. In such a diverse and everchanging world, Mercer Island sets the education of its children as top priority, and offers accelerated and advanced courses. Find all the info at MercerIslandSchools.org4SCHOOL COUNTElementary▪1Middle▪1HighQUICK STATS 4,522 ▪ 290 ▪ 95.8% StudentsTeachersGraduation Rate
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