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Last Week's Biggest Sales: Webster Point's Lionel Pries Home Finally Sells For $3.5M

Last week's biggest sales leads with one of Seattle's long-running luxury homes finally coming off the market.

Listed for: $5.9M
Received: $3.5M
Size: 5-BR, 3.75-bath, 5,380 sf.
Location: 3006 Webster Point Road NE, Webster Point
The Skinny: It's been a longtime coming for this home, known as the last large project that leading Pacific Northwest architect Lionel Pries ever built. It originally-listed in 2014 for a whopping $5.9M. It received a $1.7M price-chop over the next year. Finally, at "just" $3.5M, the Northwest Contemporary midcentury home sells. Congrats on getting one of the best locations in all of the city, new owners!

Listed for: $3.69M
Received: $3.43M
Size: 5-BR, 4.25-bath, 5,544 sf.
Location: 1120 21st Avenue E, Stevens
The Skinny: This 1920 Mediterranean in the Harvard-Belmont District is one of Seattle's stately reminders of a bygone era. Stuart Silk Architects went about doing a studs-out remodel of all five floors of the 5,500 square foot residence. There's a reason it went pending after just eight days.

Listed for: $3.37M
Received: $3.345M
Size: 4-BR, 3-bath, 4,180 sf.
Location: 9020 NE 15th Street, Clyde Hill
The Skinny: This Clyde Hill remodel spent all of three days on the open market before it got snatched up. With those views (especially from that pool), not to mention the luxury amenities inside, that's not a surprise.