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Six homes for sale along Metro route 14

From the Pioneer Square to Mount Baker

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3224 South Lane Street.
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King County Metro route 14 is one of the area’s shorter routes, bisecting Seattle along the short span between Elliott Bay and Lake Washington. It heads east from downtown a little farther south than some routes that take a similar trajectory, running up South Jackson Street for the majority of its route.

Its main neighborhood destination is Mount Baker, running all the way to and along the waterfront park of the same name. But along the way from Downtown, it runs through Chinatown International District, the Central Area, and Leschi, even skirting the edge of Beacon Hill.

This means it goes through a lot of different neighborhoods and a ton of different price points. But a lot of the homes available to purchase are in the fancier points along the route—the parts of Mount Baker and Leschi that are full of prestigious, grand manses with Lake Washington views.

We’ve found six notable homes along the route.

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210 Third Avenue South Unit 4C

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Right before the 14 heads east and away from downtown, it passes right by this loft in a 1904 building. Currently, it has one bedroom, but 1,852 square feet of space leaves plenty of room to customize the room count. Grand, brick archways, exposed ceiling beams, and plenty of interior brick complete a super-classic industrial look. The listing price is $900,000; all that century-plus-old masonry makes the hefty HOA dues ($2,764 a month), while unfortunate, not too big of a surprise.

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2027 S Washington St

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In the Central Area, this brand-new, three-bedroom townhouse by local builder Jabooda Homes is Built Green certified. It features vaulted ceilings and plenty of large windows, plus a roof deck up top. It’s on the market for $799,000.

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3224 South Lane Street

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In Leschi, this three-bedroom home from 1927 was overhauled with modern decor, but keeping the vintage touches like archways, exposed brick, and a classic fireplace. Maybe the coolest part: The listing claims the house is the childhood home of Quincy Jones. It’s listed for $985,000—down from an even $1 million when it was first listed.

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815 33rd Avenue South

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In Leschi just south of Frink Park, this brand-new luxury home by Atelier Drome Architecture is listed for $2.13 million. Inside the eclectic modern exterior, the house features five whole bedrooms, a motorized dumbwaiter, vaulted ceilings, and hardwood floors. Multiple decks, including a roof deck, look out over Lake Washington.

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1416 33rd Avenue South

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Just south of Interstate 90, this Mount Baker home with five bedrooms and a pool is listed for $1.8 million. Built in 1910 but renovated with modern sensibilities, the house has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a finished basement totaling more than 3,100 square feet.

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3247 Cascadia Avenue South

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Just south of Mount Baker Park, this opulent 1909 home features multiple formal gathering spaces below and three bedrooms above, including a master with French doors to a private patio. Being two blocks from Lake Washington means some great views, too. This one’s listed for $2 million.

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210 Third Avenue South Unit 4C

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Right before the 14 heads east and away from downtown, it passes right by this loft in a 1904 building. Currently, it has one bedroom, but 1,852 square feet of space leaves plenty of room to customize the room count. Grand, brick archways, exposed ceiling beams, and plenty of interior brick complete a super-classic industrial look. The listing price is $900,000; all that century-plus-old masonry makes the hefty HOA dues ($2,764 a month), while unfortunate, not too big of a surprise.

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2027 S Washington St

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In the Central Area, this brand-new, three-bedroom townhouse by local builder Jabooda Homes is Built Green certified. It features vaulted ceilings and plenty of large windows, plus a roof deck up top. It’s on the market for $799,000.

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3224 South Lane Street

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In Leschi, this three-bedroom home from 1927 was overhauled with modern decor, but keeping the vintage touches like archways, exposed brick, and a classic fireplace. Maybe the coolest part: The listing claims the house is the childhood home of Quincy Jones. It’s listed for $985,000—down from an even $1 million when it was first listed.

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815 33rd Avenue South

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In Leschi just south of Frink Park, this brand-new luxury home by Atelier Drome Architecture is listed for $2.13 million. Inside the eclectic modern exterior, the house features five whole bedrooms, a motorized dumbwaiter, vaulted ceilings, and hardwood floors. Multiple decks, including a roof deck, look out over Lake Washington.

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1416 33rd Avenue South

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Just south of Interstate 90, this Mount Baker home with five bedrooms and a pool is listed for $1.8 million. Built in 1910 but renovated with modern sensibilities, the house has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a finished basement totaling more than 3,100 square feet.

Courtesy of Exp Realty

3247 Cascadia Avenue South

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Just south of Mount Baker Park, this opulent 1909 home features multiple formal gathering spaces below and three bedrooms above, including a master with French doors to a private patio. Being two blocks from Lake Washington means some great views, too. This one’s listed for $2 million.

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