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Six homes for sale along Metro route 128

From North Admiral to Tukwila

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2608 Walnut Avenue Southwest.
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King County Metro route 128 never goes downtown, but it sure goes to a lot of neighborhoods to the south.

Beginning its run near the northernmost point of West Seattle’s peninsula by Hamilton Viewpoint Park, it winds down through North Admiral, cruising through both the Junction and the Morgan Junction before heading east to wind through High Point on its way to Delridge.

It makes a pit stop at South Seattle College before running through Highland Park to White Center, then to Seatac and Tukwila, hitting both Sea-Tac Airport and Southcenter Mall.

It’s a busy route. In addition to dropping passengers off at two major destinations, the airport and the mall, it runs through a ton of different residential neighborhoods at all different price points.

We’ve found six notable homes along the route, starting up in North Admiral and moving down through Burien.

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4409 Southwest Atlantic Street

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This North Admiral home is a neighborhood classic: an elaborate 1910 Craftsman just barely out of the Victorian aesthetic. It’s been remodeled inside, finishing the basement and the attic, including a wood-lined vaulted-ceiling wine cellar, all with thick moulding and other millwork. All together, it has three bedrooms, including a master suite.

It’s listed for $1.27 million.

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2608 Walnut Avenue Southwest

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This thoughtfully designed 2006 townhouse is designed to blend into a wooded ceiling, with plenty of exposed wood inside and a private balcony and patio tucked into the greenbelt in back. It has two bedrooms, one part of a master suite that includes an office nook, a five-piece bath, and laundry facilities. The other is part of a guest suite.

This home is on the market for $750,000; HOA dues are $140 per month.

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6042 44th Avenue Southwest

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Near the Morgan Junction, this remodeled 1924 Craftsman has a built-in dining nook off the kitchen and shelving in the living room, plus vaulted ceilings throughout the main floor. A finished basement with what appears to be a separate entrance adds a den and an extra bedroom, bringing the bedroom total to three.

This one’s going for $689,000.

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4522 Southwest Graham Street

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This beachy little bungalow near Lincoln Park has a ton of fun details, starting with a sunroom at the entrance. Inside, find hardwood floors, a gigantic kitchen, and two bedrooms. Out back, a fire pit and what appears to be some kind of fort add fun to the backyard.

It’s listed for $512,000.

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9013 16th Ave SW

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This adorable little one-bedroom condo near the southern edge of the Seattle city limits in Highland Park has its own, house-style outside entrance from a huge, shared front porch. Inside, it has hardwood floors, a kitchen with plenty of cabinet space, and in-unit laundry. It comes with off-street parking.

The asking price is $224,500, with pretty low HOA dues at $146 per month.

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11608 1st Ave S

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This strange Burien house has a lifted entrance from a second-story front porch—plant some extra trees around it and it could have a serious treehouse vibe. The previous owners have added a very expressive color pallette to the home’s four bedrooms across two floors, from stripes to geometric patterns. Out back, the yard has multiple patios already set up for picnics.

This house is on the market for $479,000, down $10,000 from when it was first listed.

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4409 Southwest Atlantic Street

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This North Admiral home is a neighborhood classic: an elaborate 1910 Craftsman just barely out of the Victorian aesthetic. It’s been remodeled inside, finishing the basement and the attic, including a wood-lined vaulted-ceiling wine cellar, all with thick moulding and other millwork. All together, it has three bedrooms, including a master suite.

It’s listed for $1.27 million.

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2608 Walnut Avenue Southwest

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This thoughtfully designed 2006 townhouse is designed to blend into a wooded ceiling, with plenty of exposed wood inside and a private balcony and patio tucked into the greenbelt in back. It has two bedrooms, one part of a master suite that includes an office nook, a five-piece bath, and laundry facilities. The other is part of a guest suite.

This home is on the market for $750,000; HOA dues are $140 per month.

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6042 44th Avenue Southwest

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Near the Morgan Junction, this remodeled 1924 Craftsman has a built-in dining nook off the kitchen and shelving in the living room, plus vaulted ceilings throughout the main floor. A finished basement with what appears to be a separate entrance adds a den and an extra bedroom, bringing the bedroom total to three.

This one’s going for $689,000.

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4522 Southwest Graham Street

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This beachy little bungalow near Lincoln Park has a ton of fun details, starting with a sunroom at the entrance. Inside, find hardwood floors, a gigantic kitchen, and two bedrooms. Out back, a fire pit and what appears to be some kind of fort add fun to the backyard.

It’s listed for $512,000.

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9013 16th Ave SW

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This adorable little one-bedroom condo near the southern edge of the Seattle city limits in Highland Park has its own, house-style outside entrance from a huge, shared front porch. Inside, it has hardwood floors, a kitchen with plenty of cabinet space, and in-unit laundry. It comes with off-street parking.

The asking price is $224,500, with pretty low HOA dues at $146 per month.

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11608 1st Ave S

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This strange Burien house has a lifted entrance from a second-story front porch—plant some extra trees around it and it could have a serious treehouse vibe. The previous owners have added a very expressive color pallette to the home’s four bedrooms across two floors, from stripes to geometric patterns. Out back, the yard has multiple patios already set up for picnics.

This house is on the market for $479,000, down $10,000 from when it was first listed.

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