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Mapping the Ten Cheapest Places for Sale in Ravenna

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When it comes to Seattle neighborhoods that always seem to end up near the top of lists, Ravenna often seems to be one of them. It's the three-time defending champion as the best Seattle spot for holiday lights. According to Redfin, it was the hottest home market in the region last year and the 9th-hottest in the nation. So this week we thought it might be good to check in and see what's going on there. We're taking a look at the ten least expensive properties currently for sale in this North Seattle 'hood and mapping them out. Boundaries are set by the realtors. We didn't include any property that's currently in contract. Residences run the gamut, starting in the $300K range and ending up with two asking over a million dollars.


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1. 2901 NE Blakeley St, Unit 235 ($309K)

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2901 Northeast Blakeley Street #235
Seattle, WA 98105

The cheapest property available right now is this 594 square-foot 1-BR condo at Blakely Commons that's asking $309K. The unit has bright exposure with it's own private patio, with direct access to the outdoor common area overlooking the Burke-Gilman Trail. It's also a walk to U-Village, making all your shopping that much easier.

2. 8014 20th Ave NE ($525K)

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8014 20th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

The cheapest house on the market is a 2,160 square-foot 3-BR that just hit the market days ago. The home features hardwoods, leaded glass built-ins, millwork and cherry kitchen cabinets. The high-ceilinged basement is like it's own separate living space with one of the bedrooms and a full bath.

3. 6021 35th Ave NE ($539K)

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6021 35th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

Another recent addition to the market, this 1,850 square-foot 3-BR features an open main floor with renovated kitchen, dining room, large living room and huge master bedroom with private deck & views of Lake Washington and Cascades. It's in a residential area so it's a good spot for families as well as people looking for a good home to entertain from.

4. 7029 23rd Ave NE ($565K)

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7029 23rd Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

This really beautiful craftsman 3-BR offers a spacious floor plan with one bed and ¾ bath upstairs and 2 bed+ BONUS room and full bath downstairs. It also has tons of recent updates and a fully fenced back yard that's perfect for family hangouts and pets.

5. 6248 25th Ave NE ($599K)

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6248 25th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

Surrounded by taller buildings on all side, this classic 1925 Bungalow has room for four bedrooms and is full of vintage charm touches like the gas fireplace and coved ceilings. The fully-finished basement includes a bonus room and family room.

6. 8228 22nd Place NE ($599K)

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8228 22nd Place Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

This 1942-built four-bedroom is another mixture of old charm and renovated modern living. There's oak hardwood floors, fresh paint, new moldings, new carpet, open kitchen with oak cabinets and a galley/wet bar area off dining area. Lots of unfurnished space for a shop or office. The location means it's tucked away in a pretty quiet section of the neighborhood as well.

7. 2510 B NE 65th St ($699K)

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2510 Northeast 65th Street
Seattle, WA 98115

Here's a chance to be the first owner of a brand new Ravenna Gardens home by Caron Architecture. The three-floor home will include three bedrooms, 2.25 baths, a big kitchen & decks and two parking spaces. Don't underestimate the value of two parking spaces anywhere in Seattle.

8. 6832 16th Ave NE ($945K)

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6832 16th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

That garage setup means this place has to go back a few years and it is in fact 1922-built. A truly classic Seattle Craftsman, the massive (4,590 square-feet) 3-BR home is in great shape and still maintains that vintage look thanks to the warm fir wainscoting, oak floors and box beams. Just blocks from the Roosevelt Transit Station which will soon have light rail, perfect for commuters.

9. 7021 20th Ave NE ($1.15M)

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7021 20th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

1949-built, this six-bedroom behemoth was completely-renovated in 2007, which includes an entirely new master suite. The images aren't that great but there's a lot of potential here with 4,600 total square-feet. The MIL basement can be rented out if you want to make a little money to help pay that mortgage.

10. 6571 34th Ave NE Unit J ($1.285M)

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6571 34th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

The slightly-cheaper available unit in the upcoming Bryant Heights at Ravenna enclave tops our list. Designed by Johnston Architects, Polygon Northwest's upcoming development is a collection of single-family homes that include media rooms, family rooms, home offices, large decks and detached two-car garages. This one happens to be a four-bedroom and a fancy one at that.

1. 2901 NE Blakeley St, Unit 235 ($309K)

2901 Northeast Blakeley Street #235, Seattle, WA 98105

The cheapest property available right now is this 594 square-foot 1-BR condo at Blakely Commons that's asking $309K. The unit has bright exposure with it's own private patio, with direct access to the outdoor common area overlooking the Burke-Gilman Trail. It's also a walk to U-Village, making all your shopping that much easier.

2901 Northeast Blakeley Street #235
Seattle, WA 98105

2. 8014 20th Ave NE ($525K)

8014 20th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115

The cheapest house on the market is a 2,160 square-foot 3-BR that just hit the market days ago. The home features hardwoods, leaded glass built-ins, millwork and cherry kitchen cabinets. The high-ceilinged basement is like it's own separate living space with one of the bedrooms and a full bath.

8014 20th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

3. 6021 35th Ave NE ($539K)

6021 35th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115

Another recent addition to the market, this 1,850 square-foot 3-BR features an open main floor with renovated kitchen, dining room, large living room and huge master bedroom with private deck & views of Lake Washington and Cascades. It's in a residential area so it's a good spot for families as well as people looking for a good home to entertain from.

6021 35th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

4. 7029 23rd Ave NE ($565K)

7029 23rd Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115

This really beautiful craftsman 3-BR offers a spacious floor plan with one bed and ¾ bath upstairs and 2 bed+ BONUS room and full bath downstairs. It also has tons of recent updates and a fully fenced back yard that's perfect for family hangouts and pets.

7029 23rd Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

5. 6248 25th Ave NE ($599K)

6248 25th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115

Surrounded by taller buildings on all side, this classic 1925 Bungalow has room for four bedrooms and is full of vintage charm touches like the gas fireplace and coved ceilings. The fully-finished basement includes a bonus room and family room.

6248 25th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

6. 8228 22nd Place NE ($599K)

8228 22nd Place Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115

This 1942-built four-bedroom is another mixture of old charm and renovated modern living. There's oak hardwood floors, fresh paint, new moldings, new carpet, open kitchen with oak cabinets and a galley/wet bar area off dining area. Lots of unfurnished space for a shop or office. The location means it's tucked away in a pretty quiet section of the neighborhood as well.

8228 22nd Place Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

7. 2510 B NE 65th St ($699K)

2510 Northeast 65th Street, Seattle, WA 98115

Here's a chance to be the first owner of a brand new Ravenna Gardens home by Caron Architecture. The three-floor home will include three bedrooms, 2.25 baths, a big kitchen & decks and two parking spaces. Don't underestimate the value of two parking spaces anywhere in Seattle.

2510 Northeast 65th Street
Seattle, WA 98115

8. 6832 16th Ave NE ($945K)

6832 16th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115

That garage setup means this place has to go back a few years and it is in fact 1922-built. A truly classic Seattle Craftsman, the massive (4,590 square-feet) 3-BR home is in great shape and still maintains that vintage look thanks to the warm fir wainscoting, oak floors and box beams. Just blocks from the Roosevelt Transit Station which will soon have light rail, perfect for commuters.

6832 16th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

9. 7021 20th Ave NE ($1.15M)

7021 20th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115

1949-built, this six-bedroom behemoth was completely-renovated in 2007, which includes an entirely new master suite. The images aren't that great but there's a lot of potential here with 4,600 total square-feet. The MIL basement can be rented out if you want to make a little money to help pay that mortgage.

7021 20th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

10. 6571 34th Ave NE Unit J ($1.285M)

6571 34th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115

The slightly-cheaper available unit in the upcoming Bryant Heights at Ravenna enclave tops our list. Designed by Johnston Architects, Polygon Northwest's upcoming development is a collection of single-family homes that include media rooms, family rooms, home offices, large decks and detached two-car garages. This one happens to be a four-bedroom and a fancy one at that.

6571 34th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115