King County Metro Route 60 connects a variety of neighborhoods, starting in White Center and winding through Georgetown, Beacon Hill, and First Hill before reaching its terminus at the north end of Broadway in Capitol Hill.
We’ve found six notable homes for sale along the route. Vote for your favorite below!
↑ On the edge of White Center near Westwood Village, this cute little 940 square foot, two-bedroom house with a large kitchen, a clawfoot tub, and a stone fireplace is listed for $410,000. Outside in the huge yard, it has both a garage and a chicken coop.
↑ This South Park home is much bigger at 2,900 square feet, but isn’t listed that much higher: $445,000. The four-bedroom home also has a detached accessory dwelling unit; bring all your friends.
↑ In Beacon Hill, this three-bedroom rambler with a wheelchair ramp has a huge yard with fruit trees and a tool shed, for either a small workspace or actual tools. It’s listed for $439,000.
↑ This four-bedroom brick home with a Spanish-inspired interior in North Beacon Hill has cute, period details like archways and a gorgeous fireplace—plus plenty of room for gardening. It’s for sale at $625,000.
↑ In the 1950 Decatur building in First Hill, designed by Space Needle architect John Graham, this 12th-floor one-bedroom condo with access to a common roof deck is listed at $330,000.
↑ As we approach the end of the line in Capitol Hill this two-bedroom condo has the minimalist, modern feel of a loft with northwest contemporary warmth, like exposed timber. It’s listed for $720,000, personal outdoor patio space included.
Which is your favorite home along Route 60?
Which home around King County Metro Route 60 would you buy?
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