2111 G St, Bellingham, WA 982252 beds, 1 bath, 1,152 sqft
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This is a home in which the owner(s) set a "dream price" - a price they'd be willing to sell it for, as well as to test the waters and gauge interest. This property is not found on a multiple listing service (MLS).
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"The lower falls on Whatcom Creek provided energy for the sawmills, which attracted the first settlers to the town of Whatcom beginning in the 1850's. The brick building located in the 1300 block of "E" Street and the Pickett House, at 910 Bancroft, survives from this early period.
More important than individual histories, however, is the collective historical character of the neighborhood. Constructed for the most part in the late 1890's and early 1900's, the neighborhood was established as a middle-class community adjacent to the city's downtown district. Non-residential structures built during the same era of the early 1900's also contribute to the historic character of the neighborhood. The Great Northern Depot (1927), Aftermath Clubhouse (1914), Roth Block (1890), and First Christian Church site at Girard and A Streets are all on the National Historic Register. The Roeder School (1908), Unity Church (1884), the buildings along W. Holly, and Aker's Taxidermist (1906) at "I" and Astor - originally the Baptist School of Industries - all have local historic significance.
Today, this diverse neighborhood includes single family homes, small apartment buildings, offices in older homes and new buildings, small parks and the Whatcom Middle School/Battersby Field complex. Attesting to its ongoing popularity, the neighborhood was home to nearly 3,000 Bellingham residents according to the 2000 census.
Maritime Heritage Park, located on Whatcom Creek, defines the southern boundary of the neighborhood and is a popular multi-use park, fish-hatchery, and educational facility. The public can also learn about the life cycle of the salmon and view the large numbers of fish returning each year to the hatchery. The nine block long Old Village Trail was developed as a useful neighborhood connection."
- Lot: 4,750 sqft
- Single Family
- Built in 1929
- 1602 days on Zillow
- Heating: Forced air
- Last sold: Apr 2005 for $247,900
- Price/sqft: $278
- Fenced Yard
- Finished basement, 403 sqft
- Flooring: Hardwood
- Jetted Tub
- Parking: Off street, On street
- Garbage disposal
- Range / Oven
- Breakfast nook
- Dining room
- Family room
- Laundry room
- Master bath
- Mud room
- Exterior material: Cement concrete, Wood
- Roof type: Composition
- Room count: 7
- # Stories: 1.0
- Structure type: Bungalow
- Unit count: 1
- Floor size: 1,152 sqft
- Heating: Gas
- Laundry: In Unit
- Parcel #: 3803300985450000
- Zillow Home ID: 23631292
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Neighborhood for 2111 G Street
Foreclosures will be a factor impacting home values in the next several years. In Lettered Streets, the number of foreclosures waiting to be sold is 57.1% lower than in Bellingham, and 68.8% lower than the national average. This lower local number could help Lettered Streets home values rise more quickly than other regions in Bellingham.
Learn more about forecast calculations or Lettered Streets home values.
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