Seattle’s an increasingly expensive place to live—but most of these top ten homes sold in February 2017 would be listed at a high price regardless. One of them even has parking for a yacht.
We’ve listed the most expensive home sales of February 2017 below, from waterfront mansions to well placed craftsmans.
1. Laurelhurst, $8.85 million
It’s no surprise that the most expensive home sold in February 2017 by a landslide was a Lake Washington waterfront property in the upscale Laurelhurst community. The seven bedroom, 9,590 square foot home also features a yacht sized dock.
2. Magnolia, $2.6 million
This Cape Cod home with a wide front porch in Magnolia—another neighborhood known for some serious multimillion dollar listings—is a bit of a walk from the water, but has sweeping Puget Sound views. The five bedroom has all the trappings of a luxury home, like bedroom sized walk in closets, a gym, a theater, and a fountain.
3. Capitol Hill, $2.6 million
Part of the row of turn-of-the-century mansions by Volunteer Park, this four bedroom features stained glass windows and an attic yoga room.
4. Downtown, $2.4 million
The only condo on the list is a two bedroom, 2,270 square foot unit on Second Avenue with southwest views.
5. Madison Park, $2.2 million
It’s no coincidence that so many of these homes are close to the water. This 1904 three bedroom with a wraparound porch is just a few blocks from Lake Washington.
6. Laurelhurst, $2 million
This brand new five bedroom home by Chaffey Building Group isn’t 50 feet from the water like the top seller, but it’s still within the Laurelhurst Beach Club boundary.
7. Magnolia, $1.9 million
The views of downtown and the waterfront are incredible from this brand new, modern inspired, 5 bedroom home.
8. Capitol Hill, $1.9 million
Just north of Volunteer Park, this 1938 home features gorgeous wood details, five fireplaces, and a library.
9. Capitol Hill, $1.8 million
Around the cusp of Montlake and Capitol Hill, this four bedroom has water views and easy access to the Arboretum.
10. Queen Anne, $1.7 million
This boxy 1908 craftsman is in a secluded part of upper Queen Anne near Wilcox Wall.
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