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15232 30th Avenue S in Seatac | Via Windermere

Six homes for sale along Metro route 124

From Georgetown to Tukwila

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15232 30th Avenue S in Seatac | Via Windermere

King County Metro route 124 is starts downtown and winds south through many industrial neighborhoods: along Airport Way across the freeway from Beacon Hill, doing a loop around Georgetown, and running down Marginal through Tukwila and into Seatac.

The challenge with the 124 is it only hits a few of pockets of residential—in Georgetown, where much of the available housing stock is increasingly newer townhomes (rentals are a different story), and as the route goes through Tukwila and Seatac and gets closer to its terminus at the Tukwila International Boulevard Station, where it connects with Link Light Rail for a faster option to downtown.

The 124 hits a lot of stuff besides residential neighborhoods, though, most notably Boeing Field and the Museum of Flight, but also industrial employment along Airport and Marginal. While residential listings might be a little more concentrated than in other maps, it’s a route that gets a lot of stuff done.

We’ve found six notable homes along the route, from condos to to townhomes to single-family homes.

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769 S Homer St

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This elaborate, modern townhouse in Georgetown has two bedrooms and a decent amount of deck space, including one off the master. The weird shape means plenty of windows at all angles. It’s asking $689,500.

900 S Willow Street

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Located in a less modern structure, this 2008-built, two-bedroom condo has a house-like vibe, with a ground-floor, outside entrance and a private deck. It comes with parking, in-unit laundry, and bamboo floors for $419,000.

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6920 Carleton Avenue S

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A peaked roof makes this three-bedroom townhouse at least a little different from the other new construction in Georgetown. Floor-to-ceiling windows and a small, fenced yard don’t hurt, either. The asking price is $869,900, down $10,000 from when it was first listed.

13741 45th Avenue S

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Originally built in 1916 but remodeled at some point in recent years, this farmhouse sits on an 8,500-square-foot lot with a backyard brook. Inside, find four bedrooms, including one nestled in the roof’s peak on the top floor. The $390,000 asking price has dropped $9,500 since it was first listed.

3231 S 150th Street

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In Seatac, this 1930s Craftsman could use a little work—and redecorating—but much of its original shape is there, from archways to kitchen cabinets to a brick fireplace in the living room. The basement has been finished to add a mother-in-law apartment. It’s asking $549,900.

15232 30th Avenue S

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This 1959 rambler in Seatac has been recently remodeled, including a kitchen that’s only semi-open thanks to a kitchen island. The five bedrooms include one in a mother-in-law apartment with a separate entrance. The $499,950 asking price has dropped $25,000 since it was first listed a month and a half ago, so take a close look.

769 S Homer St

This elaborate, modern townhouse in Georgetown has two bedrooms and a decent amount of deck space, including one off the master. The weird shape means plenty of windows at all angles. It’s asking $689,500.

900 S Willow Street

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Located in a less modern structure, this 2008-built, two-bedroom condo has a house-like vibe, with a ground-floor, outside entrance and a private deck. It comes with parking, in-unit laundry, and bamboo floors for $419,000.

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6920 Carleton Avenue S

A peaked roof makes this three-bedroom townhouse at least a little different from the other new construction in Georgetown. Floor-to-ceiling windows and a small, fenced yard don’t hurt, either. The asking price is $869,900, down $10,000 from when it was first listed.

13741 45th Avenue S

Originally built in 1916 but remodeled at some point in recent years, this farmhouse sits on an 8,500-square-foot lot with a backyard brook. Inside, find four bedrooms, including one nestled in the roof’s peak on the top floor. The $390,000 asking price has dropped $9,500 since it was first listed.

3231 S 150th Street

In Seatac, this 1930s Craftsman could use a little work—and redecorating—but much of its original shape is there, from archways to kitchen cabinets to a brick fireplace in the living room. The basement has been finished to add a mother-in-law apartment. It’s asking $549,900.

15232 30th Avenue S

This 1959 rambler in Seatac has been recently remodeled, including a kitchen that’s only semi-open thanks to a kitchen island. The five bedrooms include one in a mother-in-law apartment with a separate entrance. The $499,950 asking price has dropped $25,000 since it was first listed a month and a half ago, so take a close look.