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12 Renovated Homes For Sale in Seattle Right Now

Let's kick off Renovation Week with a map full of renovated homes currently on the market in Seattle.

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renovation-week Welcome to Renovation Week here on Curbed Seattle. This week, the whole Curbed network is deep-diving into the world of renovation in it's many forms. We're going to be looking at homes that have been renovated. We're going to look at homes that need to be renovated. We're going to be looking at buildings that have been renovated and re-purposed. We're even going to look at the ways the city itself has been "renovated" into what it is today.

Right now lets kick it off with a map full of renovated homes currently on the market in Seattle. Just because we're talking about redos and upgrades, that doesn't mean everything is in the million-dollar range. Sure, some of them cross that threshold (with one reaching $4.4M), but many others are in the six-figures. A couple even dip below $500K. See, it's still possible to find quality homes at a reasonable price. Kinda.

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1. 2570 Magnolia Boulevard W ($4.4M)

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2570 Magnolia Blvd W
Seattle, WA 98199

Built in 1928, this Magnolia half-timbered brick Tudor has spent over 200 days on the market, quite a bit for a luxury home these days. Maybe it's the price ($4.4M) because they've certainly done plenty of renovations on the interior to make it palatable. Downstairs the chef's kitchen leads leads right into the dining room while Batchelder & limestone fireplaces line the residence. There's mahogany millwork, leaded glass and oak floors throughout. All bedrooms are ensuite while the rest of the home includes a movie theater, workout room and seperate wing for office/nanny's quarters.

2. 3124 Cascadia Avenue S ($2.58M)

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3124 Cascadia Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

This four-level 1921 Mount Baker home received an all-out renovation but maintains a lot of the charm that's lasted almost 100 years. Six bedrooms line the top floor so there's room for everyone. The lower level has been completey renovated and between the multiple decks, wine cellar and guest quarters there's no shortage of space. And that's before you step outside...

3. 1712 3rd Avenue N ($2.15M)

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1712 3rd Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109

That kitchen, tho... It's certainly not the kitchen this 1906 Seattle Box came with. The renovation has added a 10-foot island to this entertainer's kitchen that opens to a private backyard. The rest of the home seems to have been refurbished with keeping period details intact in mind. The basement has been updated as well to include a family den. Other additions include a Tesla-ready garage & backyard studio.

4. 2730 34th Avenue S ($1.05M)

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2730 34th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

Originally built in 1922, this Mount Baker Colonial has recently seen extensive updates, including the renovation of all baths, the addition of a master bath, new kitchen, new heating system, earthquake retrofitting and more. The main level offers a circular floor plan with large formal spaces perfect for entertaining.

5. Seward Park House ($849K)

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Seward Park
Seattle, WA 98118

Over in Seward Park, this 1954 midcentury home got a total renovation at some point. Minimalism reigns with an open floor plan and wall of windows that overlooks fenced yard with two patios. Down below there's a renovated MIL space as well. Hardwoods throughout, so between that and the white walls you've got lots of opportunity to personalize this place.

6. 4522 3rd Avenue NW ($849K)

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4522 3rd Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107

This 1912 Craftsman was renovated with "attention to detail." Inside you'll find five bedrooms and three bath with a master suite on the top floor. The kitchen space has been updated and there's plenty of light thanks to large windows throughout. New oak hardwood flooring in living room and kitchen as well as new carpets elsewhere.

7. 7048 19th Avenue NW ($798K)

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7048 19th Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117

This Ballard 4-BR has been offers up a renovation that brings a little European style and focuses on giving the home as much of an open flow as possible. It's a 1914 home so there's some quirks involved, including a bedroom off the kitchen. A guest cottage comes with the place and offers up space nearby for all the people who are going to want to come visit you here.

8. 113 NE 55th Street ($759K)

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113 NE 55th St
Seattle, WA 98105

Here's a renovated 1914 Craftsman home in Tangletown. This turn key home retains it's original charm thanks to the covered porch, built-ins, fireplace, and original hex tile bath. Otherwise updates come in the kitchen where French doors leads you outside to the deck. The lower level is also fully furnished with a family room and two bedrooms.

9. 717 34th Avenue ($749K)

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717 34th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122

Built in 1908, consider this a modernized Craftsman that's spanned Seattle's history. Upper bedrooms face each other and master view to rear garden. Large open kitchen with family room, eating space and french doors lead to side deck. Dining room has its own french doors. Hardwoods, slate and wood flooring throughout. And there's even wine storage down below.

10. 4154 46th Avenue SW ($500K)

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4154 46th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116

This 1909 Craftsman is located just blocks from the Alaska Junction in West Seattle. It's a great mesh of old and new with built-in cabinetry, a remodeled sunroom, hardwoods, a wood-burning fireplace and a renovated detached two-car garage out back.

11. 4113 39th Avenue S ($495K)

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4113 39th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98118

Here's a 1903 home in Mount Baker that's been restored and updated. You're looking at a new roof, gutters, siding, windows & doors, furnace, electrical & plumbing, cabinets, appliances, lighting and plumbing fixtures. There's also refinished hardwood floors, new quartz counters, tile floors, backsplash & carpet. About the only thing that hasnt been updated is the basement. That's your project...

12. 3003 Trenton Street ($400K)

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3003 SW Trenton St
Seattle, WA 98126

This 780 square-foot home was built in 1922 for a different time. Now this newly-renovated West Seattle craftsman bungalow is ready for it's second life. Boasting an open concept living room and kitchen, the place has new oak hardwood floors, designer cabinets, quartz countertops, and full height designer back splash. The wiring and plumbing have all been updated as well. The 8,320 sqaure-foot lot is the same but that's a good thing.

1. 2570 Magnolia Boulevard W ($4.4M)

2570 Magnolia Blvd W, Seattle, WA 98199

Built in 1928, this Magnolia half-timbered brick Tudor has spent over 200 days on the market, quite a bit for a luxury home these days. Maybe it's the price ($4.4M) because they've certainly done plenty of renovations on the interior to make it palatable. Downstairs the chef's kitchen leads leads right into the dining room while Batchelder & limestone fireplaces line the residence. There's mahogany millwork, leaded glass and oak floors throughout. All bedrooms are ensuite while the rest of the home includes a movie theater, workout room and seperate wing for office/nanny's quarters.

2570 Magnolia Blvd W
Seattle, WA 98199

2. 3124 Cascadia Avenue S ($2.58M)

3124 Cascadia Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144

This four-level 1921 Mount Baker home received an all-out renovation but maintains a lot of the charm that's lasted almost 100 years. Six bedrooms line the top floor so there's room for everyone. The lower level has been completey renovated and between the multiple decks, wine cellar and guest quarters there's no shortage of space. And that's before you step outside...

3124 Cascadia Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

3. 1712 3rd Avenue N ($2.15M)

1712 3rd Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

That kitchen, tho... It's certainly not the kitchen this 1906 Seattle Box came with. The renovation has added a 10-foot island to this entertainer's kitchen that opens to a private backyard. The rest of the home seems to have been refurbished with keeping period details intact in mind. The basement has been updated as well to include a family den. Other additions include a Tesla-ready garage & backyard studio.

1712 3rd Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109

4. 2730 34th Avenue S ($1.05M)

2730 34th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144

Originally built in 1922, this Mount Baker Colonial has recently seen extensive updates, including the renovation of all baths, the addition of a master bath, new kitchen, new heating system, earthquake retrofitting and more. The main level offers a circular floor plan with large formal spaces perfect for entertaining.

2730 34th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

5. Seward Park House ($849K)

Seward Park, Seattle, WA 98118

Over in Seward Park, this 1954 midcentury home got a total renovation at some point. Minimalism reigns with an open floor plan and wall of windows that overlooks fenced yard with two patios. Down below there's a renovated MIL space as well. Hardwoods throughout, so between that and the white walls you've got lots of opportunity to personalize this place.

Seward Park
Seattle, WA 98118

6. 4522 3rd Avenue NW ($849K)

4522 3rd Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107

This 1912 Craftsman was renovated with "attention to detail." Inside you'll find five bedrooms and three bath with a master suite on the top floor. The kitchen space has been updated and there's plenty of light thanks to large windows throughout. New oak hardwood flooring in living room and kitchen as well as new carpets elsewhere.

4522 3rd Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107

7. 7048 19th Avenue NW ($798K)

7048 19th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117

This Ballard 4-BR has been offers up a renovation that brings a little European style and focuses on giving the home as much of an open flow as possible. It's a 1914 home so there's some quirks involved, including a bedroom off the kitchen. A guest cottage comes with the place and offers up space nearby for all the people who are going to want to come visit you here.

7048 19th Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98117

8. 113 NE 55th Street ($759K)

113 NE 55th St, Seattle, WA 98105

Here's a renovated 1914 Craftsman home in Tangletown. This turn key home retains it's original charm thanks to the covered porch, built-ins, fireplace, and original hex tile bath. Otherwise updates come in the kitchen where French doors leads you outside to the deck. The lower level is also fully furnished with a family room and two bedrooms.

113 NE 55th St
Seattle, WA 98105

9. 717 34th Avenue ($749K)

717 34th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

Built in 1908, consider this a modernized Craftsman that's spanned Seattle's history. Upper bedrooms face each other and master view to rear garden. Large open kitchen with family room, eating space and french doors lead to side deck. Dining room has its own french doors. Hardwoods, slate and wood flooring throughout. And there's even wine storage down below.

717 34th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122

10. 4154 46th Avenue SW ($500K)

4154 46th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116

This 1909 Craftsman is located just blocks from the Alaska Junction in West Seattle. It's a great mesh of old and new with built-in cabinetry, a remodeled sunroom, hardwoods, a wood-burning fireplace and a renovated detached two-car garage out back.

4154 46th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116

11. 4113 39th Avenue S ($495K)

4113 39th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118

Here's a 1903 home in Mount Baker that's been restored and updated. You're looking at a new roof, gutters, siding, windows & doors, furnace, electrical & plumbing, cabinets, appliances, lighting and plumbing fixtures. There's also refinished hardwood floors, new quartz counters, tile floors, backsplash & carpet. About the only thing that hasnt been updated is the basement. That's your project...

4113 39th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98118

12. 3003 Trenton Street ($400K)

3003 SW Trenton St, Seattle, WA 98126

This 780 square-foot home was built in 1922 for a different time. Now this newly-renovated West Seattle craftsman bungalow is ready for it's second life. Boasting an open concept living room and kitchen, the place has new oak hardwood floors, designer cabinets, quartz countertops, and full height designer back splash. The wiring and plumbing have all been updated as well. The 8,320 sqaure-foot lot is the same but that's a good thing.

3003 SW Trenton St
Seattle, WA 98126