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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Shoreline Manor by FLW Disciples Sells For $3.15M

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Listed for: $3.4M
Received: $3.15M
Size: 6-BR, 5.75-bath, 7,710 sf.
Location: 105 NW Highland Dr, Shoreline
The Skinny: Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright disciples Andrew Willatsen and Barry Byrne, The Charles H. Clarke House hit the market in September asking $3.4M. This 1910 Prairie-style view home boasts strong horizontal lines, deep eaves and natural materials. It's also evident inside as you get lots of open, flowing spaces, which wasn't the norm of the Victorian-dominiated times. Looks like there's also a recently-renovated guest house right next door as well. It's also surrounded by 3.85 park-like acres that include tucked-away gardens, greenhouse and the requisite sport court.


Listed for: $2.9M
Received: $2.55M
Size: 5-BR, 4.25-bath, 5,211 sf.
Location: 10228 NE 21st Place, Bellevue
The Skinny: Originally asking $2.9M, this one had two price-chops before finding the perfect price point. All of that happened in the span of two months so clearly someone was motivated. Lots of features and amenities, including 10' ceilings, Bellmont Cabinets, Butler's pantry, slabs of quartz, Viking appliances and a master bath with in-floor heat.


Listed for: $2.53M
Received: $2.1M
Size: 5-BR, 4.75-bath, 5,290 sf.
Location: 1323 Willard Ave W, West Queen Anne
The Skinny: This Georgian Brick Colonial was designed by historic architect Joseph Cote and it's a Queen Anne slope mansion that's due for a renovation for it's next chapter. Expanded gourmet kitchen includes a full butler's pantry, large formal living & dining rooms, all bedrooms are ensuite, bonus media room addition, fully finished basement & private outdoor spaces on an oversized lot.