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Last week’s biggest sales: Clyde Hill custom, Queen Anne condo

Last week’s big real estate sales took place in Bellevue, Queen Anne, and Mercer Island

Let’s take a look at the most expensive home sales around King County from last week. Given that it was a holiday weekend, it seems like the super-luxury sales held off for at least until afterward.

Listed for: $2.89M

Received: $2.525M

Size: 5-BR, 4-bath, 4,842 sf.

Location: 9831 NE 30th Street, Clyde Hill

The Skinny: Originally-listed in April, they brought down the price a little bit in September and that seemed to bring it more in line with what buyers expected. The Nantucket-inspired custom home is brand new and boasts huge ceilings, an entertainer’s kitchen and great indoor/outdoor living spaces.

Listed for: $2.5M

Received: $2.5M

Size: 2-BR, 2.25-bath, 2,556 sf.

Location: 200 W Highland Drive, #107, Queen Anne

The Skinny: You know a place is in demand when they list on October 14 and then go pending on October 16 at asking price. 200 West Highland Drive certainly is one of Seattle’s most desirable condo spots and this massive unit shows why. Not only is the unit full of luxury touches but it also features a 565-foot patio with your own private Seattle views.

Listed for: $2.495M

Received: $2.24M

Size: 4-BR, 4-bath, 3,686 sf.

Location: 9634 SE 34th Street, Mercer Island

The Skinny: A quick listing in September chopped the price a bit in October and then went pending in November. A very spartan and modern design here includes clean lines and high end finishes. The highlight is the accordion patio doors leading out to the covered backyard with stone fireplace, built-in heaters & exposed beams.