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2508 NW 67th Street in Ballard.
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Six homes for sale along Metro route 40

From Downtown to Northgate

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2508 NW 67th Street in Ballard.
| Courtesy of Michael Harris/Windermere

King County Metro route 40 is a long route that starts downtown and winds through several neighborhoods in Northwest Seattle.

After picking up in both the downtown core and South Lake Union, it winds through Westlake, then over the Fremont Bridge. After hitting downtown Fremont, it moves onto Ballard on Leary, then runs north on 24th Avenue to Loyal Heights, then east through Crown Hill and Greenwood.

It ends its run in Northgate, by North Seattle College, Northgate Mall, and the Northgate Transit Center.

Along the way, housing stock moves from denser options like townhomes and condos and slowly moves to more single-family zones, especially farther north. Right now, there’s a little bit of everything, but it doesn’t come cheap—especially if you’re looking for a little outdoor space, or something closer to the center of Ballard.

We’ve found six notable homes along the route, from condos to ramblers to craftsmans.

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762 Hayes Street

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Just off Westlake, this 676-square-foot, one-bedroom condo from 1977 has a cute, tiled fireplace and a large balcony. It comes with laundry facilities, plenty of closet space, a parking spot, and a storage unit, and is listed for $385,000, plus $357 a month in HOA dues.

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4606 Six Avenue NW

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Up in Fremont, this sweet, bright, two-bedroom Craftsman is going for $625,000. It still has a lot of that vintage, 1918 charm, including built-ins, archways, a brick fireplace with metal insets, and a big, separate kitchen.

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2508 NW 67th Street

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This itty-bitty studio cottage in Ballard, originally built as a fishing shack, is just 370 square feet and $440,000. A beachy, singled exterior opens to an interior with beadboard ceilings and a built-in window bench.

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8353 20th Avenue NW

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In Loyal Heights, this colorful, four-bedroom 1940 bungalow is on the market for $879,000. That includes a huge kitchen and a finished basement with a bar.

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806 NW 97th Street

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In the Crown Hill/Greenwood area, this 1957 home is pretty straightforward—and likely in need of some updates—and includes three bedrooms, including a finished attic room with a full-on cabin vibe. The asking price is $565,000.

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10120 3rd Ave NW

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On the north side of Greenwood, this four-bedroom, 1920s Craftsman has hardwood floors, leaded glass windows, and a large dining room and kitchen. An upstairs master suite has vaulted ceilings. It’s going for $549,998, down $49,002 from when it was first listed.

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762 Hayes Street

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Just off Westlake, this 676-square-foot, one-bedroom condo from 1977 has a cute, tiled fireplace and a large balcony. It comes with laundry facilities, plenty of closet space, a parking spot, and a storage unit, and is listed for $385,000, plus $357 a month in HOA dues.

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4606 Six Avenue NW

Via Best Choice Realty

Up in Fremont, this sweet, bright, two-bedroom Craftsman is going for $625,000. It still has a lot of that vintage, 1918 charm, including built-ins, archways, a brick fireplace with metal insets, and a big, separate kitchen.

Via Best Choice Realty

2508 NW 67th Street

Courtesy of Michael Harris/Windermere

This itty-bitty studio cottage in Ballard, originally built as a fishing shack, is just 370 square feet and $440,000. A beachy, singled exterior opens to an interior with beadboard ceilings and a built-in window bench.

Courtesy of Michael Harris/Windermere

8353 20th Avenue NW

Via Windermere

In Loyal Heights, this colorful, four-bedroom 1940 bungalow is on the market for $879,000. That includes a huge kitchen and a finished basement with a bar.

Via Windermere

806 NW 97th Street

VIa Keller Williams

In the Crown Hill/Greenwood area, this 1957 home is pretty straightforward—and likely in need of some updates—and includes three bedrooms, including a finished attic room with a full-on cabin vibe. The asking price is $565,000.

VIa Keller Williams

10120 3rd Ave NW

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On the north side of Greenwood, this four-bedroom, 1920s Craftsman has hardwood floors, leaded glass windows, and a large dining room and kitchen. An upstairs master suite has vaulted ceilings. It’s going for $549,998, down $49,002 from when it was first listed.

Via Windermere