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Seattle real estate has been a big part of my life for well over a decade since I began my career in real estate,but also before that time when I was in the process of purchasing my own first home. Buying your first home can be quite overwhelming,but I have managed to help many first time home buyers along the way.
Seattle buyers and other types of specialized purchasing is a great passion of mine! I love Seattle houseboats and you can find me down on the docks of Lake Union and Portage Bay several times a week. Other aspects of Seattle real estate that I adore include Queen Anne Real Estate,Wallingford Real Estate, Ballard Real Estate, Green Lake Real Estate, Laurelhurst Real Estate, Magnolia Real Estate,andSeattle Waterfront Real Estate.
Seattle Luxury Homes……
In addition to being a Seattle residential broker and founder of Cooper Jacobs & Seattle Afloat, I am also the Director of the Cooper Jacobs Real Estate Platinum Properties Luxury Home Division. This is our exclusive product for high end and distinctive homes catering to high net worth buyers and sellers across the Puget Sound. For an example of what we have done, just look to our exclusive listing of The Admiral’s House in Magnolia. With our detailed and tech savvy brokers we take care of every detail imaginable and advertise in ways other luxury brokers can’t. We have a book of high end clientele and a large International presence to gain maximum exposure while still being discreet. Please let me know if you would like to set up a private Platinum Properties consultation: email@example.com
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Commercial Real Estate……….
We have brokers at Cooper Jacobs Real Estate that are long time members of CBA (Commercial Brokers Association) and I am the current head of the Cooper Jacobs Commercial Division in an effort to promote our commercial brokers to provide excellent commercial real estate services to the Seattle commercial real estate industry. With a background in accounting and management, it is my great pleasure to coordinate our Seattle commercial brokers.
About Cooper Jacobs Real Estate’s Seattle Branch
My office at Cooper Jacobs Real Estate LLC is located centrally near all my favorite Puget Sound neighborhoods just a few blocks up from Lake Union in Seattle’s Wallingford . Cooper Jacobs Real Estate is a wonderful place filled with talented neighborhood. Seattle real estate brokers and I, all consider ourselves extremely fortunate that we get to spend so much time with wonderful people. We specialize in different Seattle neighborhoods and suburbs in both residential and commercial real estate and all very passionate and excited about each of our favorite Seattle neighborhoods and industries!
Thank you for visiting and all the BEST in the New Year…2013!
A break in the rain is a perfect excuse to go walk Discovery Park and if you are feeling really excited about it, head down the the beach. This is the ultimate in Magnolia waterfront property and it is free for all. Discovery Park offers a ton for Seattle residents and is another great amenity for Magnolia buyers to consider when looking at pluses and minuses for moving to Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood.
Let me know of you want to see some fabulous Magnolia homes for sale.
The closure of Fort Lawton located in Magnolia’s Discovery Park is bittersweet. Gone are the days of active United States military happenings and left behind are empty buildings, parking lots and opportunity. This urban park is about 534 acres and ready for new potential and protected wildlife refuge.
The most controversial issue regarding the space is what to do with former military property acquired by the City of Seattle around Discovery Park. In 2004, city planners announced it would purchase 23- 24 acres of U.S. Navy property within the park. The decision was ultimately made to demolish the structures and create open space. In 2008, plans to close Fort Lawton opened up debate over what to do with the former military base. Now that the military is gone it seems that plans for the future are moving forward. Much of the park is emptied out and decisions need to happen here, and soon.
Fort Lawton Gate
Discovery Park can attract wild animals. In the winter of 2008-2009 a coyote in the park made headlines and in May 2009 a black bear was seen. In September 2009…the park was closed because of the presence of a cougar. The animal was trapped and transported to the Cascade Mountains. Next time you hike into the park and down to the waters edge look for the Orca Whales that have been reported to be more South than usual because they are hunting salmon which are close to the rivers & streams that run into Puget Sound.
Fort Lawton – The emblem on the gate has been removed. The United States Stars and Stripes no longer waves from the flag pole. Let’s not forget this important part of Seattle history. It is truly a facinating area to explore and live close. Let us know if we can answer more questions about the area and what Magnolia has to offer. Presented by Brian C. Olsen – 206.898.3627 – Cooper Jacobs Real Estate, LLC firstname.lastname@example.org www.cooperjacobs.com
The leaves are turning,
the birds are crooning,
and your heart is pumping…
A Day in the Park at Magnolia in Seattle
Yup. You are hiking in one of Seattle’s most treasured Parks. Nestled in Magnolia, Discovery Park is huge, gorgeous, and free. Discovery Park boasts a whopping 534 acres of biking trails, hiking trails, sand dunes, forest, and beach access. Families love the shady playground with the mini-zipline. Athletes and hikers love the countless bike and running trails. Birders love the vast variety of birds in the park, and everyone loves the jaw dropping Magnolia views of Puget Sound.
Stop by the Visitors Center for maps as this park is so large it’s easy to get lost. Discovery Park is the crown jewel of the Seattle Parks Department and Magnolia residents are so very lucky to live within minutes of it. Check it out while the leaves are turning. Don’t forget the camera.
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Current MLS listing of Magnolia Homes For Sale
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For information on Real Estate in Magnolia contact Linda Berge at #206-306-3120 or Linda@CooperJacobs.com