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Six homes for sale along the Rapidride D Line

From Crown Hill to Downtown

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8336 Mary Avenue NW.
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The King County Metro Rapidride D is a bus rapid transit line connecting Ballard and its adjacent neighborhoods to downtown.

Starting up in Crown Hill, it winds down to 15th Avenue, making a straight shot through Ballard and Interbay—including past the new Expedia campus. Then it winds up into Lower Queen Anne (or Uptown, depending on your name preference). From there, it runs downtown on Third Avenue—and as of last year, it runs all the way through Pioneer Square to Yesler.

Many of these homes, especially on the northern end of the route, are also served by other routes, like the 28 and the 40. But the Rapidride line is built to be faster and more streamlined, with low floors, dedicated lanes, frequent stops, and even transit signal priority. You can pay before you board, like on the light rail.

We’ve found six notable homes along the route, from spacious Craftsmans to a cute little condo.

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1. 7 Harrison Street Unit 25

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7 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109

This lower Queen Anne co-op studio is decently sized at 425 square feet, but still has a pull-down bed to save space. Built in 1908, it still has some original millwork, plus hardwood floors. The bathroom is a three-quarter, but has room for a bath with a remodel. The asking price is $179,500; HOA dues are $462 per month.

2. 3219 13th Avenue W

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3219 13th Ave W
Seattle, WA 98119

Standing on the corner of Interbay, Queen Anne, Fremont, and Ballard—just south of the Ballard Bridge—this extremely grand 1915 Craftsman still has original exposed-grain millwork, including cased openings and a cabinet with leaded-glass doors and mantle surrounding the brick fireplace. The kitchen, upstairs, and downstairs have all been remodeled with more of a modern look, including the four bedrooms. It’s listed for $1.25 million.

3. 7009 Alonzo Avenue NW

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7009 Alonzo Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117

Up by Ballard High School, this two-bedroom townhouse with a boxy, brick design has just had a studs-out remodel—enough of a remodel to list the building year as 2018. Custom metalwork nods to the brick on the outside, and two upstairs bedrooms have plenty of space. A front yard and back patio are nice bonuses. It’s asking $639,999, a slight price reduction from when it was first listed.

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4. 8025 16th Avenue NW

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8025 16th Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117

This four-bedroom in Loyal Heights has all the trappings of a pretty brick Tudor, including the classic fireplace shape in the living room. The upstairs has vaulted ceilings; downstairs, a partially finished basement adds a den. It’s listed for $975,000.

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5. 8336 Mary Avenue NW

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8336 Mary Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117

Up in Whittier Heights, this sweet Craftsman is full of nooks: an eating nook off the kitchen, a reading nook in one of the three bedrooms—and built-ins. There’s a full extra living suite (or potential ADU) below, with a separate kitchen. It’s listed for $799,000.

6. 9527 12th Avenue NW

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9527 12th Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117

This shingled, three-bedroom Crown Hill home, built in 1940, has a cozy vibe that perfectly complements its massive, tree-filled lot. Inside, it has some details from an earlier era, like cased openings. A finished basement adds a den. It’s asking $724,500.

1. 7 Harrison Street Unit 25

7 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109

This lower Queen Anne co-op studio is decently sized at 425 square feet, but still has a pull-down bed to save space. Built in 1908, it still has some original millwork, plus hardwood floors. The bathroom is a three-quarter, but has room for a bath with a remodel. The asking price is $179,500; HOA dues are $462 per month.

7 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109

2. 3219 13th Avenue W

3219 13th Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119

Standing on the corner of Interbay, Queen Anne, Fremont, and Ballard—just south of the Ballard Bridge—this extremely grand 1915 Craftsman still has original exposed-grain millwork, including cased openings and a cabinet with leaded-glass doors and mantle surrounding the brick fireplace. The kitchen, upstairs, and downstairs have all been remodeled with more of a modern look, including the four bedrooms. It’s listed for $1.25 million.

3219 13th Ave W
Seattle, WA 98119

3. 7009 Alonzo Avenue NW

7009 Alonzo Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117
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Up by Ballard High School, this two-bedroom townhouse with a boxy, brick design has just had a studs-out remodel—enough of a remodel to list the building year as 2018. Custom metalwork nods to the brick on the outside, and two upstairs bedrooms have plenty of space. A front yard and back patio are nice bonuses. It’s asking $639,999, a slight price reduction from when it was first listed.

7009 Alonzo Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117

4. 8025 16th Avenue NW

8025 16th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117
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This four-bedroom in Loyal Heights has all the trappings of a pretty brick Tudor, including the classic fireplace shape in the living room. The upstairs has vaulted ceilings; downstairs, a partially finished basement adds a den. It’s listed for $975,000.

8025 16th Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117

5. 8336 Mary Avenue NW

8336 Mary Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117

Up in Whittier Heights, this sweet Craftsman is full of nooks: an eating nook off the kitchen, a reading nook in one of the three bedrooms—and built-ins. There’s a full extra living suite (or potential ADU) below, with a separate kitchen. It’s listed for $799,000.

8336 Mary Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117

6. 9527 12th Avenue NW

9527 12th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117

This shingled, three-bedroom Crown Hill home, built in 1940, has a cozy vibe that perfectly complements its massive, tree-filled lot. Inside, it has some details from an earlier era, like cased openings. A finished basement adds a den. It’s asking $724,500.

9527 12th Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117