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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Clyde Hill Modern Goes For $6.1M


Listed for: $6.28M
Received: $6.09M
Size: 5-BR, 4.75-bath, 5,904 sf.
Location: 9115 NE 19th St, Clyde Hill
The Skinny: Listed in June, this brand-new construction from Dean Homes only took a few months to go pending. Designed for entertaining, it's a open modern with a distinct midcentury vibe. Muted colors, clean lines and plenty of space throughout. The rooftop deck provides quite a view.


Listed for: $2.49M
Received: $2.39M
Size: 4-BR, 4-bath, 5,490 sf.
Location: 7406 78th Ave SE, Mercer Island
The Skinny: It's been a bit of a back-and-forth for this place since it listed in March. There as an early price change, a de-listing and then a re-listing before eventually catching on. Lots of upgrades, especially in the kitchen, and it's all behind a big gate for privacy.


Listed for: $2.35M
Received: $2.1M
Size: 8-BR, 4.25-bath, 7,549 sf.
Location: 902 17th Ave E, Capitol Hill
The Skinny: When it was built in 1909 by architects George Lawton and Charles Saunders, the 8-BR at 902 17th Ave E had a lot to live up to. It was the home of Leo Schwabacher, who ran the Schwabacher Hardware Company and was part of one of Seattle's wealthiest families of the era. When it was built in 1909 by architects George Lawton and Charles Saunders, the 8-BR at 902 17th Ave E had a lot to live up to. It was the home of Leo Schwabacher, who ran the Schwabacher Hardware Company and was part of one of Seattle's wealthiest families of the era.