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129 Warren Avenue North Unit D.
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6 homes for sale along Metro route 13

From Uptown to SPU

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129 Warren Avenue North Unit D.
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King County Metro route 13 is a lot like the Downtown and Queen Anne end of Route 2—except it takes a slightly different turn in North Queen Anne, heading all the way to Seattle Pacific University.

Starting Downtown, like the 2, it heads north through Seattle Center and through Uptown (or Lower Queen Anne, depending on your preference), then up Queen Anne Avenue to upper Queen Anne. Once it gets to the north end of the main upper stretch, though, it heads north on Third Avenue all the way down to the Ship Canal, just across from Fremont.

This means that it hits some of the same major route points as its companion bus—the Key Arena, the Seattle Center theater and arts destinations, the main commercial stretch up the hill—while still serving the niche neighborhood along Nickerson which isn’t served as well as some other adjacent neighborhoods. Which is good, considering there’s a whole university down there.

We’ve found six notable homes along the route, from vintage Uptown condos to bigger Queen Anne craftsmans.

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129 Warren Avenue North Unit D

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This one-bedroom condo in a 1907 building was recently remodeled, but still maintains some vintage features: a fireplace, a brick accent wall, mahogany floors. It also comes with in-unit laundry and access to a shared deck. It’s listed for $429,000; HOA dues are $498 per month.

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22 John Street Unit 24

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This one-bedroom co-op unit was built one year later, in 1918, and features hardwood floors and a pretty large kitchen for 462 square feet. This one’s significantly cheaper, in both the listing price, $265,000, and the HOA dues, $398.

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105 West Highland Drive Unit 200

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This ultra-luxurious 1990 condo on the slope of Queen Anne Hill has French doors to a patio spanning two floors—a lead-in to the living area’s cathedral ceilings. The modern loft has a full 3,255 square feet of living space, including two large bedroom suites and a gym space. This one has a high price tag at $2.95 million—those in the market at this price point probably won’t balk at the $195 per month in HOA dues.

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1414 1st Avenue West Unit 104

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This 1,300-square-foot, two-bedroom condo lacks a little bit in windows. But what it lacks in natural light inside it makes up for with a private, 900-square-foot patio. It’s listed for $849,950; HOA dues are $515 a month.

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2711 4th Avenue West

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This four-bedroom craftsman wasn’t built until 2001, but it still has some of the preferred features of a home from an earlier era, including bay windows and vaulted ceilings—including in the mother-in-law apartment above the garage. It’s listed for $1.53 million.

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38 Florentia Street

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Right by SPU, this cute, five-bedroom craftsman with a cute, two-digit house number was built in 1914, and features a large stone fireplace, hardwood floors, and boxbeam ceilings. Two additional non-conforming bedrooms mean a whole lot of rooms in not the biggest amount of space, 1,789 square feet. It has existing tenants, and is listed for $850,000. The house next door, also a five-bedroom craftsman that’s currently rented out, is also for sale.

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129 Warren Avenue North Unit D

This one-bedroom condo in a 1907 building was recently remodeled, but still maintains some vintage features: a fireplace, a brick accent wall, mahogany floors. It also comes with in-unit laundry and access to a shared deck. It’s listed for $429,000; HOA dues are $498 per month.

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22 John Street Unit 24

This one-bedroom co-op unit was built one year later, in 1918, and features hardwood floors and a pretty large kitchen for 462 square feet. This one’s significantly cheaper, in both the listing price, $265,000, and the HOA dues, $398.

Via REMAX

105 West Highland Drive Unit 200

This ultra-luxurious 1990 condo on the slope of Queen Anne Hill has French doors to a patio spanning two floors—a lead-in to the living area’s cathedral ceilings. The modern loft has a full 3,255 square feet of living space, including two large bedroom suites and a gym space. This one has a high price tag at $2.95 million—those in the market at this price point probably won’t balk at the $195 per month in HOA dues.

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1414 1st Avenue West Unit 104

This 1,300-square-foot, two-bedroom condo lacks a little bit in windows. But what it lacks in natural light inside it makes up for with a private, 900-square-foot patio. It’s listed for $849,950; HOA dues are $515 a month.

Via Windermere

2711 4th Avenue West

This four-bedroom craftsman wasn’t built until 2001, but it still has some of the preferred features of a home from an earlier era, including bay windows and vaulted ceilings—including in the mother-in-law apartment above the garage. It’s listed for $1.53 million.

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38 Florentia Street

Right by SPU, this cute, five-bedroom craftsman with a cute, two-digit house number was built in 1914, and features a large stone fireplace, hardwood floors, and boxbeam ceilings. Two additional non-conforming bedrooms mean a whole lot of rooms in not the biggest amount of space, 1,789 square feet. It has existing tenants, and is listed for $850,000. The house next door, also a five-bedroom craftsman that’s currently rented out, is also for sale.

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