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What $1,000,000 Can Buy You Around Seattle Right Now

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It was inevitable so let's find out what a cool million gets you around town

Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, where we scour Seattle's listings to see what your budget will get you across the city. We suppose it was inevitable but today we decided to find out what $1,000,000 can get you all around town. You tell us which place you'd buy.

We begin up in Haller Lake where a brand-new modern construction is available $1.025M. The 4 bedroom 3.5 bath, 3,633 square-foot home features a great-room and large bonus rec room as well as a well-manicured & sloped backyard beyond the patio. Right around the corner from a middle school if you're looking for a family home in this range.

Next up, it's one of the 33 residences located inside the Pan Pacific Hotel on the border of Denny Triangle and South Lake Union. Asking $1.04M, this 2-BR, 2-bath, 1,296 square-foot condo offers an open living room and kitchen with a private deck overlooking SLU. Because it's inside a hotel, you also get access to garage parking, concierge, and a spa. Plus, there's literally a Whole Foods downstairs. Don't forget to throw in the $1,059 HOAs.

Now we're off to Broadview where there's a 4-BR, 3.5-bath home available for $1.05M. From here you get 180° views of Puget Sound atop the multi-level residence. Because it's so spread out you've got room for formal living & dining areas, a big kitchen and eating nook and a large bonus room. The master suite includes a five piece ensuite with jetted tub and a big walk-in.

Off to Greenwood where Palatine Passive is still available at $1.05M. We covered this place when it initially hit the market. The 3-BR, 2.25-bath is from Malboeuf Bowie Architecture and is seeking has received Passive House Certification. Stepping inside looks a bit like stepping into a pristine space. Out back, a stripped-down carport design where you can step up to the residence once you've parked.

Finally we end up in Cedar Park where a 1962 5-BR is asking $1.025M. The midcentury home boasts a great room floorplan with floor to ceiling windows. The kitchen & dining room open to a large view deck. Upstairs, your pick of two master suites. And on top of that, solar panels to help make the place energy efficient.

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