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Last week's biggest sales: Once asking $7.4M, Bellevue home gets $5.8M

It wasn't what they originally wanted but this luxury Bellevue property was the big seller last week

Listed for: $7.38M
Received: $5.75M
Size: 6-BR, 6.5-bath, 8,740 sf.
Location: 2215 Killarney Way, Bellevue
The Skinny: What the new owners get is the 7,640 square-foot main home as well as a 1,100 square-foot guest cottage right on the waterfront. This place is loaded with amenities so it's no surprise to see a high price, but they certainly didn't get what they initially asked. Since hitting the market for $7.4M in November 2015, the price came down to $6.3M before eventually selling for $5.75M.

Listed for: $4.78M
Received: $4.475M
Size: 4-BR, 4-bath, 4,211 sf.
Location: 3701 E Valley Street, Madison Park
The Skinny: Originally listed in May 2015, this place went pending in five days but things changed and it went back on the market where it sat. A re-listing in February got things back on track. Built in 1959, this place is a like a mid-century modern that's been modernized, if that makes sense. Rebuilt in 2005, it features floor-to-ceiling walls of glass & sliding deck doors and second-story additions.

Listed for: $3.99M
Received: $3.75M
Size: 3-BR, 3-bath, 4,670 sf.
Location: 3121 Hunts Point Circle, Hunts PointThe Skinny: Sold in April for $3M, the new owners turned right around and re-listed it for almost another $1M. They ended up making $750K on the deal. Burr Richards designed this Hunts Point home called the Lindley House after it's owners. Wood finishes and exposed timber are the hallmark while big ceilings and walls of windows let in the light. The stone hearth fireplace in the center of the living space gives the whole home a lodge-like feeling. Out back, there's a pool and spa, while a beach kitchen & covered boathouse makes life a little more enjoyable down by the bay.