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5 of the least expensive homes in Eastlake

Great views and under a million? Yep.

Via Windermere

Settle into Eastlake and look across Lake Union to the skyline and sunsets. It’s still possible for under $1 million for these condos.

Via Coldwell Banker

Get close to the water and good transit and find there’s a lot to play with in and around this 1,120 square-foot condo from 1978. They’re asking $569,000 (plus dues of $373 per month) for the two bedroom, two bathroom unit. Someone had fun with colors, making some bold choices in the kitchen and bedrooms. The living and dining areas are a bit more sedate. Maybe that’s to keep from distracting from the views.

Via Keller Williams

It was built in 2000, but this 1,713-square-foot condo has classic craftsman touches like moulding, a fireplace (gas), and built-in glass display shelves. Bonuses are a two story entry and a large terrace off the master suite. Expansive inside and outside. Three bedrooms and three bathrooms fill the space that’s listed at $784,900 (plus dues of $608 per month). It’s a little closer to I-5, but that’s the nature of the neighborhood.

Via Windermere

Downstairs, bamboo greats guests at the front door. Up top, a deck provides views across the neighborhood to the lake and the city. In between, there are solid oak floors and art glass. The 1,370 square feet of modern living space, built in 2014, holds two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Luxuries and the location come together for a price of $879,950. Check out the parts that are harder to see, like the eco-conscious build.

Via RE/MAX

Another eco-conscious build, this time from a condo built in 2017. Expect everything to be shiny, new, and hopefully under warranty. The draw is probably the view, naturally. Roof top decks have their benefits. Inside, find a three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit that spreads out across 1,736 square feet. A $30,000 price cut brings it down to $919,950. A sweet view that’s new and at a discount.

Via Faira

Wood-burning fireplaces still exist, particularly in condos like this one that was built in 1968. Still under a million, $949,899 (plus dues of $760 per month), the building sits on the shore of Lake Union, a location that was much easier to lock in fifty years ago. Great views are timeless. An updated kitchen is a welcome necessity. Two bedrooms, one with yet another fireplace, and two bathrooms fill out the package.