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7519 California Avenue Southwest
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Six homes for sale along Metro Rapidride C

West Seattle homes on the BRT

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7519 California Avenue Southwest
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Bus rapid transit (BRT) line the Rapidride C takes riders between downtown and West Seattle—and for those who catch a boat at the Fauntleroy Ferry Dock, Vashon Island.

It’s a super-packed bus, hitting many points of interest around the area, starting with the West Seattle Recreation Center then heading over to the Junction—the main one, the Alaska Junction—before turning down California Avenue to head to the Morgan Junction.

There, it switches arterials to Fauntleroy and passes Lincoln Park before dropping off ferry commuters at the dock. It keeps going, doubling back east toward Westwood Village and nearly to White Center before ending its run.

Inventory is pretty low around this route right now, but normal stock includes everything from luxury waterfront estates to starter condos. Right now, pickings are a little slimmer—but we still found six notable properties along the route, from view homes to cute fixers.

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1. 6506 42nd Avenue Southwest

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6506 42nd Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136

This cute little two-bedroom fixer by the Morgan Junction has a chunky stone fireplace and what looks like original hardwoods—but it’s also zoned low-rise, so more homes could fit on the property than just this one. It’s listed for $500,000.

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2. 7519 California Avenue Southwest

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7519 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136

What looks like an unassuming 1918 craftsman in the front is a full-on beach view party in the back, with two view decks and a patio overlooking the water from the hillside. Inside, the influence of the remodel is clear—recessed lighting, barn doors—but it still maintains some of the vintage look with hardwood floors and a bannister. The asking price is $1.08 million, down $100,000 from when it was first listed.

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3. 7722 46th Avenue Southwest

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7722 46th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136

This sleek, brick midcentury three-bedroom just uphill from Lincoln Park has hardwood floors, a huge kitchen, and picture windows overlooking the evergreens. It’s listed for the very specific $759,950.

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4. 4715 Southwest Wildwood Place

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4715 SW Wildwood Pl
Seattle, WA 98136

Just a block from the ferry dock, this colonial features four bedrooms, extremely formal common areas, water views, and a double-size corner lot. The asking price is $1.2 million.

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5. 9644 50th Avenue Southwest

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9644 50th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136

The actual two-bedroom Tudor on this property is a fixer, but the grounds are impressive: around two thirds of an acre off Brace Point, just half a block from the beach. The grounds include a “mature arboretum” with flowers and fruit trees, plus boxwoods, lawns, and gardens. It’s going for $950,000—imagine how much it would cost with more house on it.

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6. 9805 24th Avenue Southwest

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9805 24th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106

By Westwood Village, this remodeled 1942 rambler has three bedrooms, a detached garage, a large yard, and potential for a mother-in-law unit. It’s asking $535,000.

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1. 6506 42nd Avenue Southwest

6506 42nd Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98136
Via Exp Realty

This cute little two-bedroom fixer by the Morgan Junction has a chunky stone fireplace and what looks like original hardwoods—but it’s also zoned low-rise, so more homes could fit on the property than just this one. It’s listed for $500,000.

6506 42nd Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136

2. 7519 California Avenue Southwest

7519 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98136
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What looks like an unassuming 1918 craftsman in the front is a full-on beach view party in the back, with two view decks and a patio overlooking the water from the hillside. Inside, the influence of the remodel is clear—recessed lighting, barn doors—but it still maintains some of the vintage look with hardwood floors and a bannister. The asking price is $1.08 million, down $100,000 from when it was first listed.

7519 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136

3. 7722 46th Avenue Southwest

7722 46th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98136
Via Heaton Dainard

This sleek, brick midcentury three-bedroom just uphill from Lincoln Park has hardwood floors, a huge kitchen, and picture windows overlooking the evergreens. It’s listed for the very specific $759,950.

7722 46th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136

4. 4715 Southwest Wildwood Place

4715 SW Wildwood Pl, Seattle, WA 98136
Via US Realty

Just a block from the ferry dock, this colonial features four bedrooms, extremely formal common areas, water views, and a double-size corner lot. The asking price is $1.2 million.

4715 SW Wildwood Pl
Seattle, WA 98136

5. 9644 50th Avenue Southwest

9644 50th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98136
Via Coldwell Banker Bain

The actual two-bedroom Tudor on this property is a fixer, but the grounds are impressive: around two thirds of an acre off Brace Point, just half a block from the beach. The grounds include a “mature arboretum” with flowers and fruit trees, plus boxwoods, lawns, and gardens. It’s going for $950,000—imagine how much it would cost with more house on it.

9644 50th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98136

6. 9805 24th Avenue Southwest

9805 24th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106
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By Westwood Village, this remodeled 1942 rambler has three bedrooms, a detached garage, a large yard, and potential for a mother-in-law unit. It’s asking $535,000.

9805 24th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106