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Ryan Lewis’s Magnolia home is the 12th most expensive listing in Seattle, at $7.45 million.
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The 25 most expensive Seattle homes for sale right now

From waterfront mansions to postcard-view condos

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Ryan Lewis’s Magnolia home is the 12th most expensive listing in Seattle, at $7.45 million.
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Seattle has a notoriously hot real estate market, so it’s not much of a surprise that we’d have a robust list of most-expensive listings. Still, most of Seattle’s top 25 most expensive homes seem to operate on a whole different level—one floating even further above a high-priced market driven higher by competition. There’s money, and then there’s yacht moorage money.

Past a certain threshold, the market starts to cool off, and homes aren’t flying off the market as quickly as your ordinary Craftsman. Some of these homes have been on the list for a while, like Ryan Lewis’s Magnolia home, on the market for just over a year now—or a fancy Belltown condo with perfect views, on the market for even longer.

Many neighborhoods appear more on this list than others, too—especially exclusive beachfront communities like Windermere and Laurelhurst. Waterfront is a big theme here in general, from Washington Park mansions to downtown condos with views of Elliott Bay.

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Belltown penthouse: $13.8 million

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Of course the second-most-expensive listing in Seattle is a condo. This two-floor, three-bedroom penthouse unit in an undisclosed location (map address is approximate) in Belltown was a collaboration between designer Gregory Carmichael and architect Rick Sundberg, and features modern interiors created from natural materials and “a full suite of bespoke furnishings.” Naturally, it has a stunning Space Needle view, too, plus wraparound views of Downtown and the water.

The interior of a penthouse. There are windows overlooking a cityscape. There is a table with chairs. There are seating areas with pillows next to the windows. Via Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

608 39th Avenue East: $12.85 million

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This multi-gabled, 1954 home in Washington Park, originally designed by William Bain, is a 6,020 square feet—partially thanks to an extensive remodel that added a second story. The acre of grounds include a serene pool with a lake view.

A living area with couches, chairs, and multiple works of art hanging from the walls. Via Ewing & Clark

99 Union Street Unit 1202: $12.5 million

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Even with just two bedrooms, this unit in the luxurious Four Seasons Residences makes the top five. In addition to all the amenities that come with staying in a hotel included in the HOAs—like the building’s view pool—the unit has two view terraces, plus floor-to-ceiling windows with explike ansive water views.

A living room and dining room. The dining room has a table and chairs. The living room has a couch, chairs, and a fireplace. There are floor to ceiling windows overlooking a body of water and a sunset. Via CBB

3054 East Laurelhurst Drive Northeast: $11.8 million

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This Arthur Loveless-designed home is along 175 feet of Lake Washington waterfront and includes moorage for a seaplane or yacht, plus a sports court and a swimming beach. Inside, it has five bedrooms and a whopping 7,683 square feet of space.

An aerial view of a large mansion surrounded by trees, shrubs, and grass. There is a body of water behind the mansion. Via CBB

3627 42nd Avenue Northeast: $10 million

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This massive 1921 Tudor revival mansion in Laurelhurst has six bedrooms, an attached conservatory, and a backyard along 135 feet of waterfront.

The entryway to a large house. There is an awning with columns over the path leading to the door. The house is white with brown tudor decorative details. Via Coldwell Banker Bain

2033 1st Avenue Unit 3: $9.4 million

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This two-story, four-bedroom condo in Market Place Tower has floor-to-ceiling windows to take in the uninterrupted Puget Sound views.

The interior of a penthouse. The floor is hardwood. There are are floor to ceiling windows overlooking a body of water. Via Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

4026 East Olive Lane: $8.95 million

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This lakefront Denny-Blaine estate features elaborately-manicured landscaping, plus a dock for launching into Lake Washington.

An aerial view of a large white house with a grey roof. The house is surrounded by a yard with shrubs, trees, and a green lawn. Via Ewing and Clark

2001 Broadmoor Drive East: $8.9 million

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This estate built in 2010 sprawls across more than two lots in the posh Broadmoor gated community. A whopping 8,030 square feet includes a library, a billiards room, and a theater in addition to five bedrooms.

In the foreground is an outdoor seating area adjacent to a pool. The seating area is next to a white house with many windows. Via Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

Seward Park: $7.99 million

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This 12,000-square-foot Seward Park mansion with 138 feet of waterfront has a little bit of everything: a pool, a steam room, a gym, a caretaker’s cottage, two master suites, and a deep-water dock. Map location is approximate.

An aerial view of a large white house. In front of the white house is a yard and a body of water with a pier. Next to the pier is a white boat. Via Re Max

Eckstein Estate: $7.5 million

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This landmark Georgian revival home Capitol Hill home has a lot of headlines—seven bedrooms, a fireplace designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, a spot on both the local and national historic register.

A large red house with many windows and a red brick fence. Via CBB

3035 Perkins Lane West: $7.45 million

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This is Ryan Lewis’s house, which he bought in 2014 and remodeled extensively into an exceedingly luxurious estate.

In the foreground is a green lawn. In the distance is a large white mansion with multiple levels. On the lower level are columns and a porch. Courtesy of Windermere

Pantages Mansion: $7.4 million

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Not to be confused by a Los Angeles mansion owned by the same theater mogul, Seattle’s Pantages Mansion was built by Tudor revivalist Arthur Loveless in 1909. The historic Washington Park mansion has more than 12,000 square feet of space just on the inside, featuring a massive ballroom in addition to six bedrooms.

A large white house with a brown roof. In front of the house is a lawn with shrubbery and trees. Via Coldwell Banker Danforth

2569 Magnolia Boulevard West: $5.95 million

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This northwest contemporary home in Magnolia has soaring ceilings and water views to match.

The interior of a house. There is a stone wall with a staircase leading to an upper level. There are hardwood floors. Via Avenue Properties

3914 West Barrett Street: $5.95 million

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This 7,000-square-foot, over-the-top, Mediterranean-style estate features murals on the walls and ceilings, elaborate moulding, and multiple intricate fireplaces—plus a wine cellar and a theater. Outside, find exceedingly manicured patios and gardens, plus a pool.

A large yellow mansion with a purple roof. There is a swimming pool and gardens outside of the house. Via Avenue Properties

438 39th Avenue East: $5.95 million

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There’s a house on this waterfront property in Washington Park, but it’s being sold as a tear-down with plans to build a brand new one attached to the sale. That’s not stopping the property from listing for nearly $6 million, though.

An aerial view of a house with a brown roof which is adjacent to a boat marina. Via Avenue Properties

Windermere property: $5.85 million

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Like the Washington Park property listed for almost the same price, there’s a home on this property in the exclusive waterfront community of Windermere—but it’s being sold as a $6 million tear-down.

Location is for neighborhood, not the property.

A large house surrounded by trees. In the front of the house is a pier leading into a body of water. Via Windermere

725 14th Avenue East: $5.5 million

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Another in a long line of Georgian revival homes on this list, this Capitol Hill estate maintains many grand details inside, like boxbeam ceilings and formal gathering spaces. Outside, meticulously-landscaped grounds include boxwood gardens. The price has dropped more than a quarter mil since it was first listed.

A large blue house with a white roof. In the front of the house is a yard with shrubbery and trees. One of the trees has red leaves. Via Avenue Properties

516 Yale Avenue North: $5.5 million

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This live-work penthouse in the Tom Kundig-designed Art Stable Building in South Lake Union has a 1,600-square-foot roof deck, plus two offices, a wine cellar, a library, a game room, and a sauna.

An outdoor seating area with a couch, chairs, a table, and an umbrella. There is a glass roof that has plants along the edge. There are multiple plants in planters. Courtesy of Avenue Properties

2033 2nd Avenue PH2: $5.5 million

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This two-bedroom penthouse in the Cristalla condo building was originally owned by the building’s developer, and includes a private rooftop terrace that rivals some shared roof decks. It has two extra balconies on top of that, plus a private, gated four-car garage and a work studio.

A roof deck with a fire pit, and chairs. The view is of the Seattle skyline. The house adjacent to the roof deck has a flat roof and a wood facade. Via Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

1101 McGilvra Boulevard East: $5.3 million

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Canlis architect Roland Terry designed this Washington Park home, which was just remodeled last year. The midcentury modern home’s design integrates fir, oak, and limestone, and features four bedrooms, all with en-suite baths—including a master with two private decks.

A dining area with a large table and multiple chairs. The windows are floor to ceiling and there is a large work of art on one of the walls. Via Ewing & Clark

4105 Northeast Surber Drive: $4.95 million

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This 1961 home in Laurelhurst has a large pool in the backyard in addition to low-bank waterfront and a patio with a concrete shuffleboard court. A master suite has a marble jetted tub; most of the other four bedrooms have some big views, too.

A dining area with a large table and chairs. There is a light fixture hanging over the table. There are floor to ceiling windows that are overlooking a colorful sunset. Via NWG

1134 Lakeside Avenue South: $4.6 million

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In Leschi, this new-construction waterfront home sits along 45 feet of waterfront. Four bedrooms include a “guest suite” on the main floor.

A large blue house surrounded by trees. In front of the house is a pier and dock. There is a covered boat next to the pier. Via Windermere

5047 Southwest 97th Street: $4.5 million

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At the tip of Brace Point, this five-bedroom home sits on an acre and a half along 200 feet sandy-beach waterfront.

In the foreground is a body of water and a sandy beach. There is a large house next to the beach which is surrounded by trees. Via Coldwell Banker Bain

5552 Northeast Windermere Road: $4.3 million

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Another home in Windermere, this one with copious amounts of glass and a marble-floored atrium.

A large house with a flat roof and multiple windows surrounded by trees. Via Ewing & Clark

Lakeside home: $16.8 million

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This contemporary home was built in 1969 and sits right along 240 feet of slightly banked Lake Washington waterfront. Inside, it has four bedrooms, all suites, and windows that blend in the outdoors. Outside along the lake, careful landscaping on the 2 acres of grounds frames the water views.

Map point is approxiate; actual location is un

Belltown penthouse: $13.8 million

Of course the second-most-expensive listing in Seattle is a condo. This two-floor, three-bedroom penthouse unit in an undisclosed location (map address is approximate) in Belltown was a collaboration between designer Gregory Carmichael and architect Rick Sundberg, and features modern interiors created from natural materials and “a full suite of bespoke furnishings.” Naturally, it has a stunning Space Needle view, too, plus wraparound views of Downtown and the water.

The interior of a penthouse. There are windows overlooking a cityscape. There is a table with chairs. There are seating areas with pillows next to the windows. Via Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

608 39th Avenue East: $12.85 million

This multi-gabled, 1954 home in Washington Park, originally designed by William Bain, is a 6,020 square feet—partially thanks to an extensive remodel that added a second story. The acre of grounds include a serene pool with a lake view.

A living area with couches, chairs, and multiple works of art hanging from the walls. Via Ewing & Clark

99 Union Street Unit 1202: $12.5 million

Even with just two bedrooms, this unit in the luxurious Four Seasons Residences makes the top five. In addition to all the amenities that come with staying in a hotel included in the HOAs—like the building’s view pool—the unit has two view terraces, plus floor-to-ceiling windows with explike ansive water views.

A living room and dining room. The dining room has a table and chairs. The living room has a couch, chairs, and a fireplace. There are floor to ceiling windows overlooking a body of water and a sunset. Via CBB

3054 East Laurelhurst Drive Northeast: $11.8 million

This Arthur Loveless-designed home is along 175 feet of Lake Washington waterfront and includes moorage for a seaplane or yacht, plus a sports court and a swimming beach. Inside, it has five bedrooms and a whopping 7,683 square feet of space.

An aerial view of a large mansion surrounded by trees, shrubs, and grass. There is a body of water behind the mansion. Via CBB

3627 42nd Avenue Northeast: $10 million

This massive 1921 Tudor revival mansion in Laurelhurst has six bedrooms, an attached conservatory, and a backyard along 135 feet of waterfront.

The entryway to a large house. There is an awning with columns over the path leading to the door. The house is white with brown tudor decorative details. Via Coldwell Banker Bain

2033 1st Avenue Unit 3: $9.4 million

This two-story, four-bedroom condo in Market Place Tower has floor-to-ceiling windows to take in the uninterrupted Puget Sound views.

The interior of a penthouse. The floor is hardwood. There are are floor to ceiling windows overlooking a body of water. Via Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

4026 East Olive Lane: $8.95 million

This lakefront Denny-Blaine estate features elaborately-manicured landscaping, plus a dock for launching into Lake Washington.

An aerial view of a large white house with a grey roof. The house is surrounded by a yard with shrubs, trees, and a green lawn. Via Ewing and Clark

2001 Broadmoor Drive East: $8.9 million

This estate built in 2010 sprawls across more than two lots in the posh Broadmoor gated community. A whopping 8,030 square feet includes a library, a billiards room, and a theater in addition to five bedrooms.

In the foreground is an outdoor seating area adjacent to a pool. The seating area is next to a white house with many windows. Via Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

Seward Park: $7.99 million

This 12,000-square-foot Seward Park mansion with 138 feet of waterfront has a little bit of everything: a pool, a steam room, a gym, a caretaker’s cottage, two master suites, and a deep-water dock. Map location is approximate.

An aerial view of a large white house. In front of the white house is a yard and a body of water with a pier. Next to the pier is a white boat. Via Re Max

Eckstein Estate: $7.5 million

This landmark Georgian revival home Capitol Hill home has a lot of headlines—seven bedrooms, a fireplace designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, a spot on both the local and national historic register.

A large red house with many windows and a red brick fence. Via CBB

3035 Perkins Lane West: $7.45 million

This is Ryan Lewis’s house, which he bought in 2014 and remodeled extensively into an exceedingly luxurious estate.

In the foreground is a green lawn. In the distance is a large white mansion with multiple levels. On the lower level are columns and a porch. Courtesy of Windermere

Pantages Mansion: $7.4 million

Not to be confused by a Los Angeles mansion owned by the same theater mogul, Seattle’s Pantages Mansion was built by Tudor revivalist Arthur Loveless in 1909. The historic Washington Park mansion has more than 12,000 square feet of space just on the inside, featuring a massive ballroom in addition to six bedrooms.

A large white house with a brown roof. In front of the house is a lawn with shrubbery and trees. Via Coldwell Banker Danforth

2569 Magnolia Boulevard West: $5.95 million

This northwest contemporary home in Magnolia has soaring ceilings and water views to match.

The interior of a house. There is a stone wall with a staircase leading to an upper level. There are hardwood floors. Via Avenue Properties

3914 West Barrett Street: $5.95 million

This 7,000-square-foot, over-the-top, Mediterranean-style estate features murals on the walls and ceilings, elaborate moulding, and multiple intricate fireplaces—plus a wine cellar and a theater. Outside, find exceedingly manicured patios and gardens, plus a pool.

A large yellow mansion with a purple roof. There is a swimming pool and gardens outside of the house. Via Avenue Properties

438 39th Avenue East: $5.95 million

There’s a house on this waterfront property in Washington Park, but it’s being sold as a tear-down with plans to build a brand new one attached to the sale. That’s not stopping the property from listing for nearly $6 million, though.

An aerial view of a house with a brown roof which is adjacent to a boat marina. Via Avenue Properties

Windermere property: $5.85 million

Like the Washington Park property listed for almost the same price, there’s a home on this property in the exclusive waterfront community of Windermere—but it’s being sold as a $6 million tear-down.

Location is for neighborhood, not the property.

A large house surrounded by trees. In the front of the house is a pier leading into a body of water. Via Windermere

725 14th Avenue East: $5.5 million

Another in a long line of Georgian revival homes on this list, this Capitol Hill estate maintains many grand details inside, like boxbeam ceilings and formal gathering spaces. Outside, meticulously-landscaped grounds include boxwood gardens. The price has dropped more than a quarter mil since it was first listed.

A large blue house with a white roof. In the front of the house is a yard with shrubbery and trees. One of the trees has red leaves. Via Avenue Properties

516 Yale Avenue North: $5.5 million

This live-work penthouse in the Tom Kundig-designed Art Stable Building in South Lake Union has a 1,600-square-foot roof deck, plus two offices, a wine cellar, a library, a game room, and a sauna.

An outdoor seating area with a couch, chairs, a table, and an umbrella. There is a glass roof that has plants along the edge. There are multiple plants in planters. Courtesy of Avenue Properties

2033 2nd Avenue PH2: $5.5 million

This two-bedroom penthouse in the Cristalla condo building was originally owned by the building’s developer, and includes a private rooftop terrace that rivals some shared roof decks. It has two extra balconies on top of that, plus a private, gated four-car garage and a work studio.

A roof deck with a fire pit, and chairs. The view is of the Seattle skyline. The house adjacent to the roof deck has a flat roof and a wood facade. Via Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

1101 McGilvra Boulevard East: $5.3 million

Canlis architect Roland Terry designed this Washington Park home, which was just remodeled last year. The midcentury modern home’s design integrates fir, oak, and limestone, and features four bedrooms, all with en-suite baths—including a master with two private decks.

A dining area with a large table and multiple chairs. The windows are floor to ceiling and there is a large work of art on one of the walls. Via Ewing & Clark

4105 Northeast Surber Drive: $4.95 million

This 1961 home in Laurelhurst has a large pool in the backyard in addition to low-bank waterfront and a patio with a concrete shuffleboard court. A master suite has a marble jetted tub; most of the other four bedrooms have some big views, too.

A dining area with a large table and chairs. There is a light fixture hanging over the table. There are floor to ceiling windows that are overlooking a colorful sunset. Via NWG

1134 Lakeside Avenue South: $4.6 million

In Leschi, this new-construction waterfront home sits along 45 feet of waterfront. Four bedrooms include a “guest suite” on the main floor.