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4879 Columbia Drive South.
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6 homes for sale along Metro route 36

From Rainier Beach through Beacon Hill

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4879 Columbia Drive South.
| Via Windermere

King County Metro route 36 runs from Downtown to the southend, connecting multiple light rail stops, from the International District to Beacon Hill to Othello.

But unlike the Link light rail line, which runs largely along Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, the 36 takes Beacon north through Beacon Hill, hitting Jefferson Park (and a ton of other parks), Pacific Medical Center, the Beacon Food Forest, the VA hospital, the International School, and other parts of the neighborhood that aren’t served by the train.

It also connects those areas to both Rainier Beach to the south and the International District and Downtown to the north. And because it hits multiple train stops along the way, it’s a vital connector to not only the airport, but neighborhoods served by rail: Capitol Hill, the U District, Columbia City.

We’ve found six notable homes along the route, from a brand-new modern home to a 75-year-old Tudor revival.

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1. 1029 Sturgus Avenue South

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1029 Sturgus Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

Tucked into the curve of I-90 after it intersects I-5, this 1900 craftsman has undergone a partial remodel to the top floor, new built-in shelving, oak hardwoods, and new appliances. Downstairs, an ADU is in permitting, and the owner is leaving materials behind for the job. It’s listed for $599,000.

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2. 1515B Sturgus Avenue South

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1515 Sturgus Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

A small jump to the south, this new-construction, three-bedroom, modern home has the look and feel of a new townhouse, only detached. It even has a large rooftop deck with views. It’s listed for $765,000.

Via John L. Scott

3. 3327 Lafayette Avenue South

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3327 Lafayette Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

It’s this three-bedroom, 1929 Tudor revival’s first time on the market, even though it’s more than 75 years old. It could use a little love, but there’s a lot going on here in terms of original detail: a colorfully tiled fireplace, original lighting fixtures, leaded glass, deco hardware. It’s listed for $599,950.

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4. 4879 Columbia Drive South

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4879 Columbia Dr S
Seattle, WA 98108

This 1941 three-bedroom rambler is freshly remodeled, and features new backsplash and counters in the kitchen, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, and bright fixtures. It’s listed for $599,999.

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5. 5231 26th Avenue South

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5231 26th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98108

This 1953 three-bedroom rambler has a bright blue, wood-burning fireplace in the living room, plus hardwood floors throughout and an artist's studio out back. It’s listed for $439,500, down $20,500 from when it was first put on the market.

Via John L. Scott

6. 2328 South Eddy Street

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2328 S Eddy St
Seattle, WA 98108

This three-bedroom, 1913 home is built into a hillside, giving it some great views. It also has hardwoods throughout and even a couple of period details, like a wood stove. A den downstairs adds extra space. It’s listed for $649,950.

Via Samson Realty

1. 1029 Sturgus Avenue South

1029 Sturgus Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
Via Keller Williams

Tucked into the curve of I-90 after it intersects I-5, this 1900 craftsman has undergone a partial remodel to the top floor, new built-in shelving, oak hardwoods, and new appliances. Downstairs, an ADU is in permitting, and the owner is leaving materials behind for the job. It’s listed for $599,000.

1029 Sturgus Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

2. 1515B Sturgus Avenue South

1515 Sturgus Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
Via John L. Scott

A small jump to the south, this new-construction, three-bedroom, modern home has the look and feel of a new townhouse, only detached. It even has a large rooftop deck with views. It’s listed for $765,000.

1515 Sturgus Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

3. 3327 Lafayette Avenue South

3327 Lafayette Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
Via Berkshire Hathaway

It’s this three-bedroom, 1929 Tudor revival’s first time on the market, even though it’s more than 75 years old. It could use a little love, but there’s a lot going on here in terms of original detail: a colorfully tiled fireplace, original lighting fixtures, leaded glass, deco hardware. It’s listed for $599,950.

3327 Lafayette Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

4. 4879 Columbia Drive South

4879 Columbia Dr S, Seattle, WA 98108
Via Windermere

This 1941 three-bedroom rambler is freshly remodeled, and features new backsplash and counters in the kitchen, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, and bright fixtures. It’s listed for $599,999.

4879 Columbia Dr S
Seattle, WA 98108

5. 5231 26th Avenue South

5231 26th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108
Via John L. Scott

This 1953 three-bedroom rambler has a bright blue, wood-burning fireplace in the living room, plus hardwood floors throughout and an artist's studio out back. It’s listed for $439,500, down $20,500 from when it was first put on the market.

5231 26th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98108

6. 2328 South Eddy Street

2328 S Eddy St, Seattle, WA 98108
Via Samson Realty

This three-bedroom, 1913 home is built into a hillside, giving it some great views. It also has hardwoods throughout and even a couple of period details, like a wood stove. A den downstairs adds extra space. It’s listed for $649,950.

2328 S Eddy St
Seattle, WA 98108