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Mapping the Ten Cheapest Places for Sale in Wallingford

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This week we're checking out the ten least expensive properties currently for sale in Wallingford. Boundaries are set by the realtors. We didn't include any property that's currently in contract. Remodeled Craftsman homes are the name of the game here. While there are plenty of condos and apartments going up, the bread and butter of Wallingford continues to be those quintessential early 20th century homes that have been upgraded and are looking for new owners. Of course that also means the price tags around here have been going up as well.


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1. 3411 Wallingford Ave N, Unit 24 ($279K)

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3411 Wallingford Avenue North #24
Seattle, WA 98103

Inside a complex rebuilt in 2006, this 498 sf 1-BR unit features dark espresso hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite eating bar and a private deck. Also includes $248 in monthly HOA dues.

2. 3833 A Ashworth Ave N ($499K)

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3833 Ashworth Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103

Here's a contemporary townhome built in 2008 that features exposed wood beams, 10' ceilings, radiant heated concrete floors and an open wood staircase with designer metal balustrade. Two bedrooms upstairs and a yard & patio out back. Located right in the heart of the residential zone.

3. 318 NE 59th Street ($550K)

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318 Northeast 59th Street
Seattle, WA 98105

Many would say this was Green Lake but it all depends on the ever-iffy borders of Seattle neighborhoods. Three beds and 1,600 sf, this one's a bit of a throwback featuring a kitchen with eating bar, wood burning fireplace and one-car garage.

4. 328 NE 56th Street ($629K)

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328 Northeast 56th Street
Seattle, WA 98105

Built in 1924, this remodeled craftsman is a real charmer. Lots of updates but it still maintained a lot of original features such as tile fireplace, cove ceilings and millwork. Deceivingly spacious at 2,160 sf, there's lots of nooks and rooms tucked throughout. Nice backyard to boot.

5. 2209 N 44th Street ($650K)

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2209 North 44th Street
Seattle, WA 98103

Here's a 1920's Craftsman bungalow that boasts original tiled fireplace, built-in bookshelves, coved ceilings & newly refinished hardwood floors. Another nice remodel job here, though he unfinished basement provides a lot of opportunity for another round.

6. 3619 Interlake Ave N ($719K)

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3619 Interlake Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103

Here's one of the new townhouse units designed by Johnston Architects and it's a stunner. Modern but also filled with enough Northwest details and cozy wood features as to not have that sterile feeling that happens so often. It's one of eight new homes in the development.

7. 2109 N 54 Street ($746K)

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2109 North 54th Street
Seattle, WA 98103

Yet another remodeled craftsman. This one was built way back in 1900 but it's gotten a quality upgrade in design and style. Plenty of room with 2,410 sf and 4-BRs and you're right in the middle of Tangletown. Nice furnished basement as well.

8. 3621 Wallingford Ave N, Unit 301 ($750K)

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3621 Wallingford Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103

Here's a funky luxury condo atop a 1993 building near Lake Union. Lots of cool angles give each room a unique feel and the windows facing south give you view worth paying $750K for. The massive (2,436 sf) unit packs in 3-BRs but also comes with $500/mo. HOA dues.

9. 4514 Latona Ave NE ($849K)

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4514 Latona Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98105

Thoroughly updated inside & out, here's another updated Craftsman home that combines fresh features with vintage charm. Hardwood floors throughout; huge master bedroom; lower level media room & office; spacious & private backyard & garage parking. You get 2,300 sf of space and three bedrooms to choose from. There's also room to grow in an undeveloped attic or out back with the shed.

10. 4550 Thackeray Place NE ($900K)

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4550 Thackeray Place Northeast
Seattle, WA 98105

If you're trying to picture what a Wallingford home looks like, you might picture this one. Yet another rebuilt craftsman (from 1922) features wainscoating trim, rebuilt leaded glass windows, heated bathrm floors, restored built-ins and a guest room down below. A cute deck and yard out back as well to complete the quintessential nature of the home.

1. 3411 Wallingford Ave N, Unit 24 ($279K)

3411 Wallingford Avenue North #24, Seattle, WA 98103

Inside a complex rebuilt in 2006, this 498 sf 1-BR unit features dark espresso hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite eating bar and a private deck. Also includes $248 in monthly HOA dues.

3411 Wallingford Avenue North #24
Seattle, WA 98103

2. 3833 A Ashworth Ave N ($499K)

3833 Ashworth Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98103

Here's a contemporary townhome built in 2008 that features exposed wood beams, 10' ceilings, radiant heated concrete floors and an open wood staircase with designer metal balustrade. Two bedrooms upstairs and a yard & patio out back. Located right in the heart of the residential zone.

3833 Ashworth Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103

3. 318 NE 59th Street ($550K)

318 Northeast 59th Street, Seattle, WA 98105

Many would say this was Green Lake but it all depends on the ever-iffy borders of Seattle neighborhoods. Three beds and 1,600 sf, this one's a bit of a throwback featuring a kitchen with eating bar, wood burning fireplace and one-car garage.

318 Northeast 59th Street
Seattle, WA 98105

4. 328 NE 56th Street ($629K)

328 Northeast 56th Street, Seattle, WA 98105

Built in 1924, this remodeled craftsman is a real charmer. Lots of updates but it still maintained a lot of original features such as tile fireplace, cove ceilings and millwork. Deceivingly spacious at 2,160 sf, there's lots of nooks and rooms tucked throughout. Nice backyard to boot.

328 Northeast 56th Street
Seattle, WA 98105

5. 2209 N 44th Street ($650K)

2209 North 44th Street, Seattle, WA 98103

Here's a 1920's Craftsman bungalow that boasts original tiled fireplace, built-in bookshelves, coved ceilings & newly refinished hardwood floors. Another nice remodel job here, though he unfinished basement provides a lot of opportunity for another round.

2209 North 44th Street
Seattle, WA 98103

6. 3619 Interlake Ave N ($719K)

3619 Interlake Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98103

Here's one of the new townhouse units designed by Johnston Architects and it's a stunner. Modern but also filled with enough Northwest details and cozy wood features as to not have that sterile feeling that happens so often. It's one of eight new homes in the development.

3619 Interlake Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103

7. 2109 N 54 Street ($746K)

2109 North 54th Street, Seattle, WA 98103

Yet another remodeled craftsman. This one was built way back in 1900 but it's gotten a quality upgrade in design and style. Plenty of room with 2,410 sf and 4-BRs and you're right in the middle of Tangletown. Nice furnished basement as well.

2109 North 54th Street
Seattle, WA 98103

8. 3621 Wallingford Ave N, Unit 301 ($750K)

3621 Wallingford Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98103

Here's a funky luxury condo atop a 1993 building near Lake Union. Lots of cool angles give each room a unique feel and the windows facing south give you view worth paying $750K for. The massive (2,436 sf) unit packs in 3-BRs but also comes with $500/mo. HOA dues.

3621 Wallingford Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103

9. 4514 Latona Ave NE ($849K)

4514 Latona Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98105

Thoroughly updated inside & out, here's another updated Craftsman home that combines fresh features with vintage charm. Hardwood floors throughout; huge master bedroom; lower level media room & office; spacious & private backyard & garage parking. You get 2,300 sf of space and three bedrooms to choose from. There's also room to grow in an undeveloped attic or out back with the shed.

4514 Latona Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98105

10. 4550 Thackeray Place NE ($900K)

4550 Thackeray Place Northeast, Seattle, WA 98105

If you're trying to picture what a Wallingford home looks like, you might picture this one. Yet another rebuilt craftsman (from 1922) features wainscoating trim, rebuilt leaded glass windows, heated bathrm floors, restored built-ins and a guest room down below. A cute deck and yard out back as well to complete the quintessential nature of the home.

4550 Thackeray Place Northeast
Seattle, WA 98105