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3909 Bagley Avenue North in Wallingford.
Via Windermere

Six homes for sale along Metro route 26

From Fremont to Northgate

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3909 Bagley Avenue North in Wallingford.
| Via Windermere

Editor’s note: This map was first published in September 2017. It has been updated with the most current information.

With King County Metro route 26, we’re back to a north-to-south route—unlike the 50 last week—and back to a bus that runs through downtown. The 26 in particular runs from downtown up Aurora, and starts making more frequent stops once it exits on the outskirts of Fremont.

It then runs through Wallingford before heading up north to Green Lake. It serves edges of Lichton Springs and Maple Leaf before ending at the Northgate Transit Center right near the mall.

Along the way, it serves a couple of major parks—Gas Works Park and Green Lake Park—plus North Seattle Community College.

Because this bus has a Wallingford-heavy route, expect a thick concentration of craftsman houses—although as things move farther north, there’s a little more variety. Still, this bus serves a ton of largely single-family neighborhoods, so many of these homes don’t come cheap.

We’ve found six notable homes along the route, starting closer to Fremont moving all the way up to Northgate Mall.

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1. 9512 1st Avenue Northeast Unit 409

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9512 1st Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115

This 1980s two-bedroom condo by Northgate Mall is about to be right next to a light rail station. Inside, it has a high, vaulted ceiling and a fireplace, plus full-sized in-unit laundry. A private balcony and a shared central courtyard add outdoor space. It’s listed for $365,000; HOA dues are $356 per month.

Via Keller Williams

2. 354 Northeast 56th Street

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354 NE 56th St
Seattle, WA 98105

Just south of Green Lake, this corner-lot craftsman has a whopping seven bedrooms—including a master suite with a private balcony and a finished basement that could serve as a mother-in-law apartment. This one’s just at the million-dollar mark: $999,900.

Via Heaton Dainard

3. 348 Northeast 53rd Street

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348 NE 53rd St
Seattle, WA 98105

This smaller hillside Tangletown craftsman features a bright interior with three small bedrooms and still enough room for separate living and dining areas. A landscaped backyard features two patios, a small lawn, and a rock garden. This one’s going for $649,999.

Via Keller Williams

4. 4558 Thackeray Place Northeast

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4558 Thackeray Pl NE
Seattle, WA 98105

This four-bedroom craftsman was built in 1909, and still has some of the extreme detail held out from Victorians: built-in benches and shelves, ornamental grates, and leaded glass. The asking price is $985,000.

Via Windermere

5. 1920 North 40th Street

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1920 N 40th St
Seattle, WA 98103

This spacious, three-bedroom craftsman on a corner lot in Wallingford has two large decks and a full master suite upstairs. Hardwood floors throughout, French doors, cased openings, vaulted upstairs ceilings, and a brick fireplace hold onto some of the 1921 feel. It’s listed for $895,000.

Via SASH Realty

6. 3909 Bagley Avenue North

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3909 Bagley Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103

Nestled in a wooded backyard in Wallingford, this four-bedroom craftsman brings the woodsy charm inside with peaked, exposed-beam ceilings. Upstairs, studios and offices make extra space to think; downstairs, a full guest suite has a separate entrance. This one’s on the market for $1.4 million, down $55,000 from when it was first listed.

Via Windermere

1. 9512 1st Avenue Northeast Unit 409

9512 1st Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115
Via Keller Williams

This 1980s two-bedroom condo by Northgate Mall is about to be right next to a light rail station. Inside, it has a high, vaulted ceiling and a fireplace, plus full-sized in-unit laundry. A private balcony and a shared central courtyard add outdoor space. It’s listed for $365,000; HOA dues are $356 per month.

9512 1st Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115

2. 354 Northeast 56th Street

354 NE 56th St, Seattle, WA 98105
Via Heaton Dainard

Just south of Green Lake, this corner-lot craftsman has a whopping seven bedrooms—including a master suite with a private balcony and a finished basement that could serve as a mother-in-law apartment. This one’s just at the million-dollar mark: $999,900.

354 NE 56th St
Seattle, WA 98105

3. 348 Northeast 53rd Street

348 NE 53rd St, Seattle, WA 98105
Via Keller Williams

This smaller hillside Tangletown craftsman features a bright interior with three small bedrooms and still enough room for separate living and dining areas. A landscaped backyard features two patios, a small lawn, and a rock garden. This one’s going for $649,999.

348 NE 53rd St
Seattle, WA 98105

4. 4558 Thackeray Place Northeast

4558 Thackeray Pl NE, Seattle, WA 98105
Via Windermere

This four-bedroom craftsman was built in 1909, and still has some of the extreme detail held out from Victorians: built-in benches and shelves, ornamental grates, and leaded glass. The asking price is $985,000.

4558 Thackeray Pl NE
Seattle, WA 98105

5. 1920 North 40th Street

1920 N 40th St, Seattle, WA 98103
Via SASH Realty

This spacious, three-bedroom craftsman on a corner lot in Wallingford has two large decks and a full master suite upstairs. Hardwood floors throughout, French doors, cased openings, vaulted upstairs ceilings, and a brick fireplace hold onto some of the 1921 feel. It’s listed for $895,000.

1920 N 40th St
Seattle, WA 98103

6. 3909 Bagley Avenue North

3909 Bagley Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
Via Windermere

Nestled in a wooded backyard in Wallingford, this four-bedroom craftsman brings the woodsy charm inside with peaked, exposed-beam ceilings. Upstairs, studios and offices make extra space to think; downstairs, a full guest suite has a separate entrance. This one’s on the market for $1.4 million, down $55,000 from when it was first listed.

3909 Bagley Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103