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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Sand Point Houses For Sports


Listed for: $1.590M
Received: $1.500M
Size: 5-BR, 3.5 bath, 4,050 sq. ft.
Location: 7833 56th Place NE, Sand Point
The Skinny: A view of Lake Washington, that's valuable, but common enough. A golf membership for the course in the neighborhood? That's uncommon. It's a modern craftsman, but larger than a craftsman could build for their own. The sunroom is a nice touch. More Seattle homes should have them.


Listed for: $1.595M
Received: $1.475M
Size: 5-BR, 3.25 bath, 4,040 sq. ft.
Location: 3530 W Laurelhurst Dr NE, Laurelhurst
The Skinny: A 1927 Tudor stands out in Seattle. The age means the gardens are mature. Air conditioning is uncommon in such an old house. A wine cellar is a nice touch. But, location, location, location may be the biggest draw. Walk to the U. Do professors or deans make enough for that?


Listed for: $1.448M
Received: $1.400M
Size: 3-BR, 3.25 bath, 3,700 sq. ft.
Location: 7758 58th Ave NE, Sand Point
The Skinny: It's unapologetically modern and rectilinear.The living room is 2 stories tall. But it's probably the views of Lake Washington, the nanny's space, and the included membership at the swim and tennis club that sets this house apart.