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.Read More