Seattle luxury homes
Walls of windows bring Puget Sound inside
It took nearly a decade, but it looks like this unfinished penthouse in the Millennium Tower for a cool $7.5 million in late May.
With all the carefully-curated outdoor space, you don’t even have to go inside to fall in love.
This intricately-detailed 1905 home is full of sweet touches.
This northwest contemporary marvel that could stand on its own, whether on land or water—although the lake is, of course, the best part.
This hillside estate in Laurelhurst looks Spanish Revival from a distance, but up close has some distinctly modern touches.
This three-bedroom midcentury in Laurelhurst’s bold, sleek midcentury modern design is highlighted with bright, clean interiors.
This three-bedroom floating home is full of windows and outdoor spaces so you never have to let Lake Union out of your sight.
Madison Park, meet your new neighbors
This luxury rental is a lot like living in a hotel—with room service and everything.
The Kinects residential tower is making a play for Seattle’s outdoorsy demographic with a mountaintop terrace.
With views of the city, the water, and the mountains
This home is like a real-life dollhouse, with picturesque, historic details and a room for every purpose.
It’s rare that a single family residence, no matter its history, comes with a working bell tower.
Prolific Seattle architect AO Bumgardner built this four bedroom house in 1959, and it’s had the same owners ever since—which is no surprise.
Remote cabins, elaborate mansions—even a houseboat.
House styles picked for nostalgia and romance
See what an architect designed for his family
Details can make the greatest distinctions. Try lavender.