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Last week's biggest sales: Bridle Trails estate gets $4M

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Last week's big sales all took place on the Eastside, as you might expect

Listed for: $4.86M
Received: $4M
Size: 4-BR, 6.5-bath, 9,760 sf.
Location: 3830 134th Avenue NE, BellevueThe Skinny: The opulence is evident everywhere in this Bridle Trails home. Walk into the entry and look up 27 feet to a dome of gold and stained glass. A circular staircase wraps around the room giving you the opportunity for grand entrances. There's an elevator for those who want or need that option. A media room, office, library, master suite with stepped alcove, and sauna, not to mention a barn for all your horses to boot. This place hit the market in July so it didn't take too long to get here.

Listed for: $5.4M
Received: $3.85M
Size:
Location: 7917 219th Avenue NE, Redmond
The Skinny: Talk about a disconnect between asking price and final price. Listed in July for $5.4M, this place went pending a little over a month later for almost $1.6M less. That may have been the market talking or it could have been a function of the spartan design of the home, which requires a specific architectural eye. Some beautiful landscaping, garden design, and water features outside. The listing says "if love is in details, this is Medina of Romance," which, to be honest, we're not sure what that means.

Listed for: $3.2M
Received: $3.116M
Size: 5-BR, 4.5-bath, 5,444 sf.
Location: 432 96th Avenue NE, Bellevue
The Skinny: Listed on September 7, this place went pending twenty days later. Built in 2010 by Regency West., this luxury home is located in the Lochleven neighborhood on a corner lot. The seller is an interior designer so you're getting a well-maintained place.