3 Penthouse Units Hit The Market At Enso

The sales team at Enso just added 3 of their penthouse units to the market.  The “05” stack is my favorite, but check out 1607 (you’ll have to tour, as the pictures are not online)!  It is a two story loft.  The floor plan is incredible (see below).

Enso Quick Facts:

  • Leed Gold Certified
  • Built in 2009
  • Located in South Lake Union
  • 134 units
  • 24 hour concierge, rooftop deck, owners lounge, exercise facility, guest suite, plasma room, sunning decks

18051702 and 1607


Unit #1805
(Floorplan)

  • Penthouse
  • 2 bed w/Den
  • Views of Lake Union and Mt. Baker
  • Two balconies
  • Spacious living
  • Curving wall of windows
  • Open kitchen
  • Slab soapstone island
  • Eggersmann cabinetry
  • White oak microstrip flooring
  • Heated floors, and home is fully wired.
  • Enso is LEED gold certified.


Unit #1702
(Floor Plan)

  • Penthouse
  • 2 bed with 2.5 bath
  • Views of Lake Union and Mt. Baker
  • Two balconies.
  • Second bedroom has dual sided gas burning fireplace (shared with the living room)
  • Slab soapstone island
  • Eggersmann cabinetry
  • Denali white oak microstrip flooring
  • Heated floors
  • Enso is LEED gold certified


Unit #1607 (Floor Plan)

  • Two Story Loft Style
  • Penthouse
  • Largest floor plan
  • Downtown views
  • Two story living room feels of light and open space.
  • Upgraded kitchen
  • Slab soapstone island
  • Eggersmann cabinetry
  • Denali white oak microstrip flooring
  • Seperate wine prep/storage area
  • Heated floors, and home is fully wired.
  • Enso is LEED gold certified.


  • http://www.urbancondospaces.com admin

    The two story loft is a sight to see. The “05” stack is a great unit as well, as it has the curved wall of windows with amazing views.

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  • Chris

    Actually 1607 is horribly laid out. Very, very space inefficient. The upstairs den/second bedroom looks directly into the master bedroom, across the two-story living room. It also has a massive support pillar in the splitting it down the middle. The master bedroom isn’t huge and will be very susceptible to morning light.

    The downstairs is in better shape, although there’s another support pillar in the corner of the two-wall glass.