We talk so much about how crazy the Seattle housing market is and how much prices have gone through the roof. So it’s easy to forget that there are actually affordable places available within the city limits. We know this because we checked ourselves! We found five condos around town that look well worth your time without breaking your bank.
This South Lake Union one-bedroom is 494 square feet but it’s got enough stylish touches to stand out from most like it. The kitchen has been updated and your private deck gets southern exposure peaking over the building next door. They’re asking $199K plus $191/mo. HOA dues.
For a bit more room head to Sand Point where this 711 square-foot one bedroom is available for $193K plus $389/mo. HOA dues. It’s a top-floor unit so you’ve got the best views around from your covered deck. New stainless steel appliances and a fresh coat of paint inside.
If you prize location over size, this Belltown studio checks in at 333 square feet, asking $182K plus $191/mo. HOA dues. The current owner has quite the photo collection but you can redecorate. The balcony overlooks the courtyard & fountain out front and you’re in a perfect spot to take in city life.
In High Point there’s this top corner studio that is asking $179K plus $250/mo. HOA dues. Light and bright is the name of the game here. Nine-foot ceilings and a spacious main room with new carpet pack a lot into this tiny space.
Hey, if we’re gonna talk affordable condos, then we have to include this 643-square-foot Greenwood one-bedroom, a short sale asking $99K plus $256/mo. HOA dues. It’s an older unit but you’ve got the essentials as well as a wood burning fireplace. Location-wise, you’re close to Sandel Park and just a few blocks from 85th & Greenwood.
- 8816 Nesbit Ave N Unit 202 [Estately]
- 7021 Sand Point Wy NE Unit B321 [Windermere]
- 3028 Western Ave, Unit 308 [Windermere]
- 2960 SW Raymond St Unit 303 [Windermere]
- 9200 Greenwood Ave N Unit 307 [Estately]