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The 10 most expensive Seattle home sales in March 2017

Madison Park, meet your new neighbors

A large living room with chairs surrounding a fireplace. Large windows have small wire designs in them.
A living area inside March 2017’s second most expensive home sale in Denny-Blaine.
Ewing & Clark

These top ten highest-priced homes sold in March 2017 perhaps reflect oncoming spring weather. So many of them are clustered around Lake Washington, they should probably all have a picnic.

We’ve listed the most expensive home sales of last month below, from view-filled mansions to waterfront condos.

1. Queen Anne, $3.3 million

Windermere

This modern, five-bedroom home with lofts, cathedral ceilings, and Space Needle views sold on March 23.

2. Denny-Blaine, $2.97 million

Ewing & Clark

This sunny, five-bedroom mansion from 1904 we featured back on March 3 sold on March 29.

3. Madison Park, $2.8 million

Avenue Properties

Not far from the Denny-Blaine listing is this brick four-bedroom with a pine-paneled library and four bedrooms from 1925. It sold on March 30.

4. Magnolia, 2.59 million

Heaton Dainard Real Estate, LLC

Another modern home—this one midcentury, from 1953—has views just from the front deck, plus four bedrooms and solar panels. It sold March 20.

5. Madison Park, $2.5 million

NWG Real Estate

Close to our number three listing, this 2007-built, four-bedroom home three blocks from Madison Park Beach has a boxy, modern structure but warm, wood paneling interiors. It sold on March 10.

6. Queen Anne, $2.31 million

Windermere

This four-bedroom craftsman, sold March 15, has been virtually unchanged since 1924, including mahogany woodwork.

7. Downtown, $2.25 million

Keller Williams

With walls full of windows, this luxury 2008 condo in the 1521 Second Avenue building has expansive views of the waterfront, Elliott Bay, and the Olympic Mountains. It sold on March 31.

8. Madison Park, $2.2 million

Keller Williams

A little further back from the water than some of its neighbors on the list, this remodeled 1926 five bedroom in the Broadmoor community has details like hardwood floors, arched doorways, and vaulted ceilings. It sold on March 30.

9. Madison Park, $2.15 million

Windermere

Jump back to the edge of Lake Washington with this two-bedroom condo right on the edge of the Madison Park north beach. It sold on March 1.

10. Queen Anne, $2.12 million

Windermere

This three-bedroom home near Kerry Park has the gorgeous details you’d expect from a 1902 Victorian, like leaded glass windows. It sold on March 31.