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Last week's biggest sales: Madrona's gargoyle house finally sells for $2.6M

Originally-listed in 2014, the Charles R. Bussell Residence finally finds a new owner

Listed for: $4.7M
Received: $4.97M
Size: 3-BR, 2.5-bath, 3,730 sf.
Location: 1615 Roanoke Way, Mercer Island The Skinny: Listed on April 25, it took about two weeks before it went pending at a little over asking price. 1947-built, this upscale family home includes 102-feet of waterfront and the views that come with it.

Listed for: $2.95M
Received: $3.35M
Size: 5-BR, 4-bath, 5,697 sf.
Location: 951 17th Avenue E, Capitol Hill
The Skinny: Another great example of what's going on in the market right now, as it took all of eleven days to go pending and end up $400K over ask. Originally built in 1905, this Capitol Hill classic got a studs-out remodel in 2002 by JAS Design Build. They've certainly maintained a lot of that original charm but they've also updated it, especially in the kitchen where it's warm and inviting. We featured this place as part of Pricespotter a couple weeks back

Listed for: $2.96M
Received: $2.59M
Size: 4-BR, 4-bath, 5,350 sf.
Location: 1630 36th Avenue, MadronaThe Skinny: The gargoyle house! Officially known as the Charles R. Bussell Residence, the Victorian beauty was designated a Seattle landmark in 1979. It had listed back in 2014 for $2.96M, it's had a couple pendings and re-listings over the years but it finally found a buyer, though at a little less than originally asking. The home last sold in 1994 for $767K.