Foreclosures for sale in Broadmoor are homes that are bank-owned. These are sometimes referred to as REO (Real Estate Owned), ORE, or bank-owned homes. While foreclosures sold at county auctions require all-cash buyers and have much higher risk involved, these bank-owned foreclosures are fairly straightforward and even first time buyers are purchasing them.
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Broadmoor is a gated community near Madison Park in East Central Seattle. Homes in Broadmoor range from new construction to traditional masterpieces. This exclusive neighborhood runs along the Broadmoor Golf Club, which is also adjacent to the Washington Park Arboretum. Broadmoor is one of the few gated communities in Seattle, and its real estate values reflect the unique luxuries that it affords its residents.
Broadmoor is a gated residential community of 85 acres (340,000 m²) and golf course that has a size of 115 acres (465,000 m²) in Seattle, Washington, United States. It is bounded on the west by the Washington Park Arboretum, on the south by E. Madison Street, beyond which is the Washington Park neighborhood, on the east by 37th Avenue E., beyond which is the Madison Park neighborhood, and on the north by Union Bay marshland. It was founded on September 10, 1924.
Broadmoor was developed on land that had been logged by the Puget Mill Company for sixty years. In 1920, the parcel was split in two. The western 230 acres (930,000 m²) were given to the city, who developed Washington Park on the site; the eastern 200 acres (800,000 m²) were developed as Broadmoor by a group of businessmen that included E. G. Ames, general manager of Puget Mill.
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