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The library at 6224 NE Princeton Way.
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6 homes for sale along King County Metro route 62

From South Lake Union to Sand Point

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The library at 6224 NE Princeton Way.
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King County Metro Route 62 starts downtown, then heads north using a somewhat unconventional route. After passing through South Lake Union, it travels up Dexter, crosses the Fremont Bridge, then goes from there to Wallingford.

The bus then heads north along Green Lake, skirting the eastern edge of the lake itself, before turning east through Ravenna on NE 65th Street. From there, it follows that road all the way past Hawthorne Hills and View Ridge to Sand Point, then runs up the length of Magnuson Park before looping back around at Seattle’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration chapter.

As it hits a variety of neighborhoods, it hits a few landmarks, like Roosevelt High School, Seattle Children’s Hospital, and Green Lake Park, without going directly through the heart—and traffic—of the University District.

We’ve found six notable homes for sale along the route, from condos to Craftsmans.

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1. 1526 Aurora Avenue N

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1526 Aurora Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109

On the west side of Lake Union, this cute, one-bedroom, 1940s condo has a brick fireplace and 690 square feet of space. It comes with in-unit laundry and a parking space for $345,000, plus $422 a month in HOA dues.

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2. 2450 Dexter Ave N

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2450 Dexter Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109

Slightly farther north, another condo from the 1940s has an adorable kitchen and some built-ins, including cabinets lining the walls of the bedroom. This one’s going for $319,900, plus $300 a month in HOA dues.

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3. 4233 Bagley Avenue N

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4233 Bagley Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103

Up in Wallingford, this 1910 home is boxy on the outside and classic Craftsman on the inside, complete with archways and built-ins—including a window bench. It has a whopping six whole bedrooms, and a finished basement adds extra space (and a non-conforming mother-in-law apartment with a separate kitchen and everything). This one’s listed for $1.55 million.

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4. 6258 33rd Avenue NE

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6258 33rd Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115

Up past Ravenna in the Bryant neighborhood, this four-bedroom Craftsman has a fireplace, cove ceilings, and a massive kitchen—and comes with a vacant commercial property next door. They’re listed together for $1.45 million.

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5. 6841 40th Avenue NE

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6841 40th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115

This craftsman home in View Ridge surrounded by trees has three bedrooms and a bright interior with vintage features like archways, millwork, and fixtures. An unfinished basement provides room to grow. It’s listed for $799,000.

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6. 6224 NE Princeton Way

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6224 NE Princeton Way
Seattle, WA 98115

This gabled, 5,000-square-foot estate in Hawthorne Hills was built in 2018, although it has the vibe of a century-old colonial revival house. Inside, find cathedral ceilings and plenty of built-ins (like shelves lining a library, a mudroom bench, and vanities), plus multiple formal gathering spaces and four bedrooms. Outdoor spaces include two balconies and a “fireside patio.”

Since this is a massive spec house, it’s not a huge surprise it’s listed for $3.65 million.

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1. 1526 Aurora Avenue N

1526 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
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On the west side of Lake Union, this cute, one-bedroom, 1940s condo has a brick fireplace and 690 square feet of space. It comes with in-unit laundry and a parking space for $345,000, plus $422 a month in HOA dues.

1526 Aurora Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109

2. 2450 Dexter Ave N

2450 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
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Slightly farther north, another condo from the 1940s has an adorable kitchen and some built-ins, including cabinets lining the walls of the bedroom. This one’s going for $319,900, plus $300 a month in HOA dues.

2450 Dexter Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109

3. 4233 Bagley Avenue N

4233 Bagley Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
Via Keller Williams

Up in Wallingford, this 1910 home is boxy on the outside and classic Craftsman on the inside, complete with archways and built-ins—including a window bench. It has a whopping six whole bedrooms, and a finished basement adds extra space (and a non-conforming mother-in-law apartment with a separate kitchen and everything). This one’s listed for $1.55 million.

4233 Bagley Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103

4. 6258 33rd Avenue NE

6258 33rd Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115
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Up past Ravenna in the Bryant neighborhood, this four-bedroom Craftsman has a fireplace, cove ceilings, and a massive kitchen—and comes with a vacant commercial property next door. They’re listed together for $1.45 million.

6258 33rd Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115

5. 6841 40th Avenue NE

6841 40th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115
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This craftsman home in View Ridge surrounded by trees has three bedrooms and a bright interior with vintage features like archways, millwork, and fixtures. An unfinished basement provides room to grow. It’s listed for $799,000.

6841 40th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115

6. 6224 NE Princeton Way

6224 NE Princeton Way, Seattle, WA 98115
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This gabled, 5,000-square-foot estate in Hawthorne Hills was built in 2018, although it has the vibe of a century-old colonial revival house. Inside, find cathedral ceilings and plenty of built-ins (like shelves lining a library, a mudroom bench, and vanities), plus multiple formal gathering spaces and four bedrooms. Outdoor spaces include two balconies and a “fireside patio.”

Since this is a massive spec house, it’s not a huge surprise it’s listed for $3.65 million.

6224 NE Princeton Way
Seattle, WA 98115