Do you want to enjoy a fun-filled treasure hunt?
If so, head to one of these antique stores near our Redmond apartments where you'll find an ever-changing selection from around the world:
Featuring thousands of items from the past, Seattle Antiques Market is one of the largest antique dealers in Washington. It has been a local favorite for over forty years and is one of the top destinations along Seattle's waterfront. The friendly staff has extensive knowledge. They gladly share the history of each piece and will help you find the perfect one for your home. Items may include Victorian chairs, jukeboxes, and grandfather clocks.
Fairlook is a unique ephemera dealer featuring antique maps and postcards. The term ephemera describes paper goods that were meant for short-term use. They were used in daily life, and the shop's eclectic collection draws avid collectors. In addition to the maps and postcards, the selection also includes personal letters, viewmaster reels, and black-and-white photographs.
John Atzbach is one of the leading authorities in Russian art. He became passionate about the subject at a young age after seeing his neighbor's extensive collection of Russian enamels. Today, John feels fortunate to have turned his childhood interest into a career, and he travels far and wide to find one-of-a-kind pieces for his shop. The selection changes daily, making each visit different from the last. Many of the pieces range from the late seventeenth century to the 1917 Revolution. Items may include things such as table boxes, drinking bowls, and picture frames from the late 1800s.
These are just a few of the antique shops near our Redmond, WA apartments. If you are searching for a place to call home, please contact us. We would love to show you firsthand all that Parkside has to offer.
Our office is open for in-person, virtual and self-guided tours by appointment! A member of our team will contact you with questions surrounding all household member's potential symptoms or exposure to COVID-19.