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6 homes for sale along Metro route 60

From South Park to Capitol Hill

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King County Metro Route 60 connects a variety of neighborhoods—and unlike a lot of routes that run vaguely north to south, the 60 never hits downtown itself. The closest it gets is First Hill, running right along Ninth Avenue for a brief stretch before heading to its Capitol Hill terminus.

The route starts by White Center, winding through South Park, Highland Park, Georgetown, Beacon Hill, and First Hill before reaching the north end of Broadway in Capitol Hill.

This makes it a popular option for commuters heading to the plethora of hospitals and healthcare jobs on First Hill—or anyone living along the route that wants to hit some Capitol Hill arts events or nightlife. It also connects to the Link Light Rail in Beacon Hill for folks heading downtown.

We’ve found six notable homes for sale along the route, from cute craftsman houses to cute condos (including a cottage).

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1. 1107 E Denny Way Unit A6

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1107 E Denny Way
Seattle, WA 98122

This weird little two-bedroom, ground-floor unit in a 1910 building on Capitol Hill is listed for $340,000. It features vintage details like original radiators and exposed brick on the top half of the walls, plus some quirky accents like a frosted glass window with a floral motif between rooms.

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2. 1942 S Waite St

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1942 S Waite St
Seattle, WA 98144

This 1916 two-bedroom Craftsman on a corner lot has some very grand decor inside, like boxbeam ceilings, a tiled fireplace, and big archways. A finished attic creates some cozy spots underneath an exposed-wood ceiling peak, and partially finished basement and a huge pantry add extra space. It’s listed for $650,000.

3. 6738 Carleton Avenue S

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6738 Carleton Ave S
Seattle, WA 98108

This technically-a-condo with a cottage vibe, built in 1941, is listed for $395,000 in Georgetown. That includes two bedrooms, 737 square feet of space, a front yard, and a front porch. An airy interior features new appliances and hardwood floors.

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4. 1043 S Thistle Street

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1043 S Thistle St
Seattle, WA 98108

Originally built in 1900, this boxy bungalow has been pretty thoroughly renovated inside for a more modern look. It has three bedrooms, plus an upstairs loft space with a vaulted ceiling and a skylight. A large back porch overlooks the backyard. It’s listed for $425,000.

5. 9013 16th Avenue SW

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9013 16th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106

In Highland Park, this 1947-built, two-bedroom courtyard condo is going for $300,000. In addition to the shared space in the middle, it has a large deck out back. Inside, it has hardwood floors and 867 square feet of space—and one bedroom has a walk-in closet and enough room for a king-size bed.

6. 9246 22nd Avenue SW

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9246 22nd Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106

This little rambler near Westwood Village has a big backyard—and a huge deck to overlook it. Inside, find a bright space with skylights and two bedrooms. A large garage provides workshop space, too. It’s listed for $475,000.

1. 1107 E Denny Way Unit A6

1107 E Denny Way, Seattle, WA 98122
Courtesy of Windermere

This weird little two-bedroom, ground-floor unit in a 1910 building on Capitol Hill is listed for $340,000. It features vintage details like original radiators and exposed brick on the top half of the walls, plus some quirky accents like a frosted glass window with a floral motif between rooms.

1107 E Denny Way
Seattle, WA 98122

2. 1942 S Waite St

1942 S Waite St, Seattle, WA 98144

This 1916 two-bedroom Craftsman on a corner lot has some very grand decor inside, like boxbeam ceilings, a tiled fireplace, and big archways. A finished attic creates some cozy spots underneath an exposed-wood ceiling peak, and partially finished basement and a huge pantry add extra space. It’s listed for $650,000.

1942 S Waite St
Seattle, WA 98144

3. 6738 Carleton Avenue S

6738 Carleton Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108
Via KW

This technically-a-condo with a cottage vibe, built in 1941, is listed for $395,000 in Georgetown. That includes two bedrooms, 737 square feet of space, a front yard, and a front porch. An airy interior features new appliances and hardwood floors.

6738 Carleton Ave S
Seattle, WA 98108

4. 1043 S Thistle Street

1043 S Thistle St, Seattle, WA 98108

Originally built in 1900, this boxy bungalow has been pretty thoroughly renovated inside for a more modern look. It has three bedrooms, plus an upstairs loft space with a vaulted ceiling and a skylight. A large back porch overlooks the backyard. It’s listed for $425,000.

1043 S Thistle St
Seattle, WA 98108

5. 9013 16th Avenue SW

9013 16th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106

In Highland Park, this 1947-built, two-bedroom courtyard condo is going for $300,000. In addition to the shared space in the middle, it has a large deck out back. Inside, it has hardwood floors and 867 square feet of space—and one bedroom has a walk-in closet and enough room for a king-size bed.

9013 16th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106

6. 9246 22nd Avenue SW

9246 22nd Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106

This little rambler near Westwood Village has a big backyard—and a huge deck to overlook it. Inside, find a bright space with skylights and two bedrooms. A large garage provides workshop space, too. It’s listed for $475,000.

9246 22nd Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106