We're in the homestretch on 2013 and to send us our right we've got, courtesy of Estately, the 10 most expensive single-family house sales in Seattle proper this year. The price of admission was $3M, and the topmost was $6.5M (the map-point numbers correspond to a sale's rank among the dozen). Enjoy.Read More
The 10 Most Expensive Seattle Home Sales of 2013
3959 NE Surber Dr
This 5-BR Laurelhurst chateau sold for $6.5M and includes a theater room, au pair suite & 1,200 bottle wine cellar.
344 McGilvra Blvd E
This 5-BR/8-bath Classical Revival home overlooks Lake Washington from Washington Park and sold for $4.7M in June.
1118 41st Ave E
This Elizabeth Ayer-designed Lake Washington 3-BR comes with its own private dock and 60' of waterfront. It sold for $4.68M in July.
1239 Shenandoah Dr E
This completely renovated, stately Georgian Colonial on a 16,065 square-foot lot sold for $4.3M in May. Includes three fireplaces, home theater, gym, game room, third floor play room & wine cellar.
1623 Windermere Dr E
This 1927 Colonial, extensively renovated by Steven Sullivan, sold for $4.3M in May. Comes with a butler’s pantry; wood-paneled library and guest cabin.
1935 37th Place E
This Madison Park 6-BR features an incredible master suite and a pine-finished basement with media and billiard space. It sold for $3.5M in April.
2017 Parkside Ave E
This Broadmoor 4-BR with a wine cellar and guest quarters sold for $3.25M in May. The fountains and gardens outside are a big part of the sell.
1039 Belmont Place E
This 1913 brick Tudor designed by the Beezer Brothers Architects sold for $3.25M in August. The Capitol Hill home was extensively renovated by Schultz Miller.
4919 NE Laurelcrest Lane
Sold for $3.2M in May, this 1949-built Laurelhurst 3-BR is full of amenities and has a view of just about everything you'd want.
545 36th Ave E
Built in 2001, this 5-BR comes with a walk-in pantry, media room; two offices, wine storage and backyard studio. It sold for $3.05M in May.