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Six homes for sale along Rapidride E

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Bus Rapid Transit line Rapidride E is one of the more straightforward King County Metro lines, sticking to one street—Aurora Avenue, or State Route 99—after it leaves downtown. Longtime Seattleites might remember its closest pre-BRT predecessor as Route 358.

It skirts the edges of several neighborhoods along the way, starting with Queen Anne as it runs past the Seattle Center and South Lake Union. It crosses the Aurora Bridge and keeps heading north through Fremont and Wallingford before reaching Green Lake, Greenwood, and Bitter Lake, stopping by Ingraham High School and North Seattle College on the way.

The bus line stretches just outside the city limits through Shoreline, ending its run at the Aurora Village Transit Center. From there, riders can transfer to other northend buses to get closer to their destination, including Community Transit buses to Everett.

We’ve found six notable homes along the route.

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1. 17318 Ashworth Ave N

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17318 Ashworth Ave N
Shoreline, WA 98133

Nestled back behind some trees in Shoreline, this cozy three-bedroom home from 1918 has built-ins, archways, a huge kitchen, and French doors to a lush backyard with porch and patio space, densely lined with more trees. It’s listed for $550,000.

2. 610 N 138th Street

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610 N 138th St
Seattle, WA 98133

In Bitter Lake, this stucco home, built in 1905, features sweet Spanish Revival elements, including detailed archways and the original fireplace (although it has since become more of a candle holder). The place has two full bedrooms, plus a finished basement with a den and bonus room. This one’s listed for $599,000.

3. 13524 N Park Avenue N

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13524 N Park Ave N
Seattle, WA 98133

Also in Bitter Lake—literally right along the lake itself—this three-bedroom midcentury home is full of well-maintained period details, from a stone fireplace lining a wood accent wall to even the kitchen cabinetry. A second stone fireplace sits in the basement, and there’s a well-manicured courtyard out back. Bonus outdoor space: a 50-foot stretch of lakeside beach co-owned with seven neighbors. It’s listed for $700,000.

A living area with couches, arm chairs, a table and a white and grey area rug. The floors are hardwood and the wall is wooden. There are floor to ceiling windows with open white curtains. Via Remax

4. 12242 Evanston Ave N

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12242 Evanston Ave N
Seattle, WA 98133

This steeply gabled Craftsman home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two fireplaces: one classic Tudor model in the living room and a cozy wood stove in the basement. A huge tree-lined backyard is surrounded by a wooden fence and has a patio space in the back corner. It’s asking $699,900.

5. 901 N 97th Street

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901 N 97th St
Seattle, WA 98103

This Greenwood Craftsman was built in 1930, and has since been converted to a duplex. Although it was just remodeled in 2016, it still features a rounded, brick fireplace, peaked archways, hardwood floors, and even vintage radiators. The upstairs unit features vaulted ceilings, and a grassy backyard has space to garden. The asking price is $759,000.

6. 931 N 93rd Street

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931 N 93rd St
Seattle, WA 98103

This adorable little Greenwood bungalow, asking $484,000, is just 630 square feet, but fits in two bedrooms, a decently sized living room with a wood stove, and a mudroom with laundry. Bamboo floors throughout add warmth, and some extra shelving helps save space. An equally cute backyard has a shed and gardening space.

1. 17318 Ashworth Ave N

17318 Ashworth Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133

Nestled back behind some trees in Shoreline, this cozy three-bedroom home from 1918 has built-ins, archways, a huge kitchen, and French doors to a lush backyard with porch and patio space, densely lined with more trees. It’s listed for $550,000.

17318 Ashworth Ave N
Shoreline, WA 98133

2. 610 N 138th Street

610 N 138th St, Seattle, WA 98133

In Bitter Lake, this stucco home, built in 1905, features sweet Spanish Revival elements, including detailed archways and the original fireplace (although it has since become more of a candle holder). The place has two full bedrooms, plus a finished basement with a den and bonus room. This one’s listed for $599,000.

610 N 138th St
Seattle, WA 98133

3. 13524 N Park Avenue N

13524 N Park Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133
A living area with couches, arm chairs, a table and a white and grey area rug. The floors are hardwood and the wall is wooden. There are floor to ceiling windows with open white curtains. Via Remax

Also in Bitter Lake—literally right along the lake itself—this three-bedroom midcentury home is full of well-maintained period details, from a stone fireplace lining a wood accent wall to even the kitchen cabinetry. A second stone fireplace sits in the basement, and there’s a well-manicured courtyard out back. Bonus outdoor space: a 50-foot stretch of lakeside beach co-owned with seven neighbors. It’s listed for $700,000.

13524 N Park Ave N
Seattle, WA 98133

4. 12242 Evanston Ave N

12242 Evanston Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133

This steeply gabled Craftsman home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and two fireplaces: one classic Tudor model in the living room and a cozy wood stove in the basement. A huge tree-lined backyard is surrounded by a wooden fence and has a patio space in the back corner. It’s asking $699,900.

12242 Evanston Ave N
Seattle, WA 98133

5. 901 N 97th Street

901 N 97th St, Seattle, WA 98103

This Greenwood Craftsman was built in 1930, and has since been converted to a duplex. Although it was just remodeled in 2016, it still features a rounded, brick fireplace, peaked archways, hardwood floors, and even vintage radiators. The upstairs unit features vaulted ceilings, and a grassy backyard has space to garden. The asking price is $759,000.

901 N 97th St
Seattle, WA 98103

6. 931 N 93rd Street

931 N 93rd St, Seattle, WA 98103

This adorable little Greenwood bungalow, asking $484,000, is just 630 square feet, but fits in two bedrooms, a decently sized living room with a wood stove, and a mudroom with laundry. Bamboo floors throughout add warmth, and some extra shelving helps save space. An equally cute backyard has a shed and gardening space.

931 N 93rd St
Seattle, WA 98103