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Mapping The Ten Most Expensive Listings In North Admiral

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When you think of Seattle's pricier or more luxurious homes, you probably think of Broadmoor, Windermere or Seward Park. Even in West Seattle you might think of Fauntleroy or Alki as the places to find fancy living. Don't sleep on North Admiral, though (unless you live there, that is). With the advantage of unobstructed views of the Seattle skyline and Puget Sound as well as the space to build, the West Seattle neighborhood has some of the market's priciest properties currently on the market. Below, we mapped out the ten priciest at this moment. A mixture of luxury condos, multi-level complexes and fancy houses, there's something for everyone (if everyone can spend $1M+…).

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1136 44th Ave SW - $2.38M

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This 5-BR/4.25-bath offers "Neo-Italian" architecture and features two stories of glass, columns, exquisite crown molding, butterscotch marble steps, chef's kitchen and media theater.

2438 Wickstrom Place SW - $1.88M

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This triplex & beach cottage property combo is just one block from Alki Beach. The top floor 2-level view unit has 1,974 sq ft and the complex is an ideal set-up for home office, extended community or condo conversion.

1634 Palm Ave SW - $1.59M

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3500 sq. ft. Craftsman on the bluff with a city view. Built in 2009, the home features radiant heat on all 3 floors, 9-ft. ceilings, built-in Liebherr fridge, high-speed cabling, designer light fixtures & a 110-year-old Chinese tulip tree in the front yard.

1933 48th Ave SW - $1.495M

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A modern gem in West Seattle. The home features 10' ceilings, formal living and dining with custom-cabinetry & built-ins, 10' butcher block island in kitchen, walk-in pantry and lower level MIL / media room

1432 Palm Ave SW - $1.45M

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180 Degree view from this1991-built 3-BR home. The price has come down from $1.65M since last May.

5130 SW Waite St - $1.42M

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Blend of Mission Revival and Arts & Crafts architecture and features panoramic vistas of Puget Sound and the Olympics. Features box beams, gleaming hardwoods, craftsman-style fireplaces and period light fixtures.

1718 Ferry Ave SW - $1.19M

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This four-level home with Seattle skyline views also comes with electric car charging stations; elevator to all floors; built-in wall vacuums; high end marble bathroom vanities and granite kitchen countertops.

5307 SW Pritchard St - $1.05M

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1954-built Mid-Century-Modern with obstructed views of Puget Sound, islands & Olympics. Includes chef's kitchen, fireplace, wall of windows and entertainment/view deck. Price-chopped all the way from $1.25M.

2208 Walnut Ave SW $999K

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This 1960 3-BR went through a massive remodel, adding all the amenities of a new home while keeping its original character. Unobstructed 180 degree views of everything.

2671 36th Ave SW - $929K

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Completely rebuilt from the 1st floor of the original 1925 home, this 2013 4-BR remodel by Peter Stoner Architects features caesar stone countertops, linen finished ceramic tile & glass tile trims, radius roof line & Azek decking.

1136 44th Ave SW - $2.38M

This 5-BR/4.25-bath offers "Neo-Italian" architecture and features two stories of glass, columns, exquisite crown molding, butterscotch marble steps, chef's kitchen and media theater.

2438 Wickstrom Place SW - $1.88M

This triplex & beach cottage property combo is just one block from Alki Beach. The top floor 2-level view unit has 1,974 sq ft and the complex is an ideal set-up for home office, extended community or condo conversion.

1634 Palm Ave SW - $1.59M

3500 sq. ft. Craftsman on the bluff with a city view. Built in 2009, the home features radiant heat on all 3 floors, 9-ft. ceilings, built-in Liebherr fridge, high-speed cabling, designer light fixtures & a 110-year-old Chinese tulip tree in the front yard.

1933 48th Ave SW - $1.495M

A modern gem in West Seattle. The home features 10' ceilings, formal living and dining with custom-cabinetry & built-ins, 10' butcher block island in kitchen, walk-in pantry and lower level MIL / media room

1432 Palm Ave SW - $1.45M

180 Degree view from this1991-built 3-BR home. The price has come down from $1.65M since last May.

5130 SW Waite St - $1.42M

Blend of Mission Revival and Arts & Crafts architecture and features panoramic vistas of Puget Sound and the Olympics. Features box beams, gleaming hardwoods, craftsman-style fireplaces and period light fixtures.

1718 Ferry Ave SW - $1.19M

This four-level home with Seattle skyline views also comes with electric car charging stations; elevator to all floors; built-in wall vacuums; high end marble bathroom vanities and granite kitchen countertops.

5307 SW Pritchard St - $1.05M

1954-built Mid-Century-Modern with obstructed views of Puget Sound, islands & Olympics. Includes chef's kitchen, fireplace, wall of windows and entertainment/view deck. Price-chopped all the way from $1.25M.

2208 Walnut Ave SW $999K

This 1960 3-BR went through a massive remodel, adding all the amenities of a new home while keeping its original character. Unobstructed 180 degree views of everything.

2671 36th Ave SW - $929K

Completely rebuilt from the 1st floor of the original 1925 home, this 2013 4-BR remodel by Peter Stoner Architects features caesar stone countertops, linen finished ceramic tile & glass tile trims, radius roof line & Azek decking.