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5220 42nd Avenue South in Columbia City.
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The 10 smallest condos for sale in Seattle right now

Starting at 347 square feet

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5220 42nd Avenue South in Columbia City.
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Editor’s note: This map was first published in July 2017. It has been updated with the most current information.

When we think of tiny abodes, sometimes we think of tiny houses right away. But there’s another option, and it comes in tiny a whole lot more often: condos.

While some high-end condos end up bigger than a single family house—and sometimes even have more than one story—more often than not, condos run on the smaller end of the city’s housing stock. We’ve mapped out the smallest ones, ranging from 347 to 589 square feet.

This doesn’t make them exempt from high prices, though. We’ve seen homes in this range go for more than $500,000, lower-priced than Seattle’s median home value but still steep for the size. This time around, these itty-bitty units top out just around that half a million mark.

Most on the list are lower than that, priced at the mid-$200,000s through the mid-$300,000s. The least expensive overall is a Queen Anne co-op one-bedroom for $225,000.

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4451 Woodland Park Avenue North Unit 1: 347 square feet

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In Wallingford, this ground-floor studio has its own outside entrance right next to its outdoor parking spots. With a little extra space compared to the previous two, it makes room for a small sleeping nook.

This one’s asking $325,000, plus $220 a month in HOAs.

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7 Harrison Street Unit 1: 550 square feet

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This ground-floor one-bedroom in a 1908 co-op across from Seattle Center comes in at $225,000, with $377 in HOAs. An added bonus: No shared walls.

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1545 Northwest 57th Street Unit 307: 442 square feet

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This studio in Ballard doesn’t have a lot of wiggle room inside, but shared amenities include two hot tubs, a business center, and a rooftop garden. It’s listed for $313,500, plus $202 per month in HOA dues.

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29 Etruria Street Unit 303: 443 square feet

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This studio in north Queen Anne (just across the canal from Fremont) has a space-saving Murphy bed and a huge balcony, especially for a unit of this size. It’s listed for $273,000; HOA dues are another $292 per month.

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108 5th Avenue South Unit 720: 486 square feet

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In the International District, this little condo has hardwood floors and a built-in shelf console that includes a fold-down bed. A small balcony opens the space a little. It’ll run you $320,000, plus another $266 per month in HOA dues.

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100 West Highland Drive Unit 123: 501 square feet

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With this 1920s Queen Anne condo, we finally break 500 square feet and get a bedroom and a sizeable kitchen—but it’s tucked away in a basement. At least it’s right across from Kerry Park for an iconic skyline view. This one’s on the market for $450,000, plus an additional $221 a month in HOA dues.

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2415 2nd Avenue Unit 449: 531 square feet

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This 1994 condo in Belltown condo has a sleeping nook—it’s one of those open one-bedrooms—huge windows, a balcony, and a parking space. Shared amenities include a gym, pool, and sauna. The listing price is $499,000, with $319 a month in HOAs.

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919 2nd Avenue West Unit 404: 558 square feet

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In a Queen Anne co-op just downhill from Kerry Park, this one-bedroom condo shares a roof deck with Space Needle, bay, and mountain views. It’s listed for $259,950; the $445 in dues include property taxes.

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5220 42nd Avenue South Unit 112: 574 square feet

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This ground-floor Columbia City one-bedroom, listed for $329,000, might be a little small, but a large deck expands the space on nicer days. HOA dues are $371 per month.

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4421 Greenwood Avenue North Unit 304: 589 square feet

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This no-frills, one-bedroom Fremont condo just a few blocks south of the zoo, is listed for $425,000 and has a large balcony with a view of the canal. HOA dues are $377 per month.

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4451 Woodland Park Avenue North Unit 1: 347 square feet

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In Wallingford, this ground-floor studio has its own outside entrance right next to its outdoor parking spots. With a little extra space compared to the previous two, it makes room for a small sleeping nook.

This one’s asking $325,000, plus $220 a month in HOAs.

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7 Harrison Street Unit 1: 550 square feet

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This ground-floor one-bedroom in a 1908 co-op across from Seattle Center comes in at $225,000, with $377 in HOAs. An added bonus: No shared walls.

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1545 Northwest 57th Street Unit 307: 442 square feet

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This studio in Ballard doesn’t have a lot of wiggle room inside, but shared amenities include two hot tubs, a business center, and a rooftop garden. It’s listed for $313,500, plus $202 per month in HOA dues.

Via Century 21

29 Etruria Street Unit 303: 443 square feet

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This studio in north Queen Anne (just across the canal from Fremont) has a space-saving Murphy bed and a huge balcony, especially for a unit of this size. It’s listed for $273,000; HOA dues are another $292 per month.

Via Windermere

108 5th Avenue South Unit 720: 486 square feet

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In the International District, this little condo has hardwood floors and a built-in shelf console that includes a fold-down bed. A small balcony opens the space a little. It’ll run you $320,000, plus another $266 per month in HOA dues.

Via Windermere

100 West Highland Drive Unit 123: 501 square feet

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With this 1920s Queen Anne condo, we finally break 500 square feet and get a bedroom and a sizeable kitchen—but it’s tucked away in a basement. At least it’s right across from Kerry Park for an iconic skyline view. This one’s on the market for $450,000, plus an additional $221 a month in HOA dues.

Via Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty

2415 2nd Avenue Unit 449: 531 square feet

Via Coldwell Banker Bain

This 1994 condo in Belltown condo has a sleeping nook—it’s one of those open one-bedrooms—huge windows, a balcony, and a parking space. Shared amenities include a gym, pool, and sauna. The listing price is $499,000, with $319 a month in HOAs.

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919 2nd Avenue West Unit 404: 558 square feet

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In a Queen Anne co-op just downhill from Kerry Park, this one-bedroom condo shares a roof deck with Space Needle, bay, and mountain views. It’s listed for $259,950; the $445 in dues include property taxes.

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5220 42nd Avenue South Unit 112: 574 square feet

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This ground-floor Columbia City one-bedroom, listed for $329,000, might be a little small, but a large deck expands the space on nicer days. HOA dues are $371 per month.

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4421 Greenwood Avenue North Unit 304: 589 square feet

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This no-frills, one-bedroom Fremont condo just a few blocks south of the zoo, is listed for $425,000 and has a large balcony with a view of the canal. HOA dues are $377 per month.

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