Why now? Why not? We're in the home stretch and we've got, courtesy of Zillow, the 10 most expensive condo sales in Seattle proper in 2012. The price of admission was $2,300,000, and the topmost was $11,200,000 (the map-point numbers correspond to a sale's rank among the dozen). Enjoy.Read More
The 10 Priciest Seattle Condo Sales of 2012
Watermark Tower, #2
Sold in August for $11,200,000, this 9,999 square foot, 1.0 bathroom condo is located at 1107 1st Ave. That's a whole lot of square feet to navigate to get to that one bathroom.
Fifteen Twenty-One Penthouse
Towering over downtown Seattle in Fifteen Twenty-One Second Avenue, the penthouse fetched $4.25M in March.
Olive 8 Penthouse
Once listed at $6,900,000, this penthouse eventually sold for "only" $4,150,000.
Madison Tower 2-BR
This 3,010 square foot condo home has 2-B, 3 bath and sold for $4M in May.
Fifteen Twenty-One Skyhouse
"Your own private cloud in the sky" apparently costs $3.6M, which is what it sold for in April.
Fifteen Twenty-One, 35th Fl.
Our third condo in this building, this one is a little lower and so was the price, $3.6M.
Fifteen Twenty-One, 37th Fl.
Fifteen Twenty-One condos were the ones to buy in 2012. This 2-BR went for $3.3M in May.
Bayview Apartments, Apt. 101
What makes this 570 square foot condo so amazing it cost $2.93M? Seriously, we're asking...
The Meridian Penthouse
Views to the West, North and South and interior luxuries abound in this penthouse that sold for $2.4M in April.
Lakeside Avenue Overlooker
This 2,579 square foot condo includes 2-BR, a fabulous view of Lake Washington and ran its owner $2.32M in June.