Rental prices have been the talk of Seattle all year long but lets not forget that even though it might not hold a candle to San Francisco or New York City, Seattle is home to some seriously high-priced homes for sale as well. While you might figure that most of the city's most pricey real estate runs up and down Lake Washington (and you'd be right), you might be surprised to know that some of the city's top-dollar digs also reside in Queen Anne, Mt. Baker, Leschi and Broadview. We've compiled the city's 25 most expensive listings as of this very moment so you can look for yourself. Keep an eye out for works by notable architects such as Tom Kundig, Lionel Pries and George Suyama. As for the rest, well, they're not that shabby either...Read More
The 25 Most Expensive Houses For Sale in Seattle Right Now
Windermere 5-BR ($9.95M)
This 3-lot retreat has been on the market for over 190 days, this 1933 Tudor comes with its own waterfront, pool, cabana, sports court and guest house. It also includes the adjacent lot for whatever else you might want to build.
Seward Park Estate ($9.48M)
Accessed by private drive on 131 feet of waterfront with views of the Cascades and Mt Rainier, this exclusive Lakehaven property includes 2.36 acre property with a main home with smart technology, indoor pool and spa, expansive grounds, "play structure," private gym, sport court, yacht sized dock and boathouse, not to mention the cabana on the lake plus an adjacent Craftsman home. This isn't a home, it's an estate.
Millennium Tower Unit 2001 ($8M)
On the market for 2,644 days (that's more than seven years), this entire top floor penthouse is still waiting for someone to come along and make it their own. Last sold in 2004 for $4M, which may explain things...
Four Seasons Unit 1801 ($7.15M)
High ceilings w/ walls of windows frame sweeping westerly views from way up high. And let's face it, you basically get to live in a hotel. You're either in or your out on that.
Escala Penthouse ($6.59M)
The Fifty Shades of Grey life is here for the taking. Live like Christian Grey did atop the Escala, though, whips and chains are up to you, they don't come standard.
Broadmoar 5-BR ($6.45M)
1926 Landmark French home on sizable fairway lot that's been updated top to bottom. Floor to ceiling windows to take in the golf course outside, or, go outside and hang out at the swimming pool terrace with outdoor kitchen.
Laurelhurst 6-BR ($6.15M)
This sprawling mid-century orients to the south and west for all day sun and gorgeous views. Comes with 140 feet of waterfront with a dock and covered boat house. You know, for your boat.
Four Seasons Unit 1101 ($6.12M)
It's not the top but the views from the 11th Floor of the Four Seasons Residences ain't shabby. Plus, you know, you get 24 hour staff as if you live in a hotel (cause you kinda do).
Lionel Pries Webster Pt 5-BR ($5.9M)
The 5-BR estate located at the water's edge on Webster Point is known as being the last large project that leading Pacific Northwest architect Lionel Pries ever built. Along with his wife Helen, businessman & controversial art patron Max Gurlich called it home until his death in 2009.
Washington Park 3-BR ($5.88M)
Designed by Harrison Overturf and remodeled in 1998 by Ralph Anderson, this waterfront home boasts a rec room, sound system, private dock with boat lift and a massive, private master suite.
Queen Anne 4-BR ($5.45M)
Sleek, modern and very, very white, this 1900-built home has been extensively remodeled and updated. One thing that hasn't changed, the spectacular views.
Queen Anne 4-BR ($4.99M)
Designed by George Suyama in 2005, the home went through a renovation that was completed in 2009 to include high-tech advancements. The outdoor pool makes for a modern hangout worth dipping your toes into.
Seward Park 7-BR ($4.75M)
Property features a 12,380 sq. ft. main house with additional 860 sq. ft. guest beach front house directly on the Lake. It also includes a private man-made island and sandy beach area, lakefront deck, hot tub, jet ski and boat lifts on the dock.
Washington Park 4-BR ($4.25M)
This one's a 2013 remodel of a sophisticated 1936 Washington Park residence. The family room opens to terrace where you get views for days.
Kundig's Studio House ($3.99M)
Built in 1998, The Studio House is a combination home & photographer's studio designed by Tom Kundig. Disciplined and modern, the design also provides a very artistic ambiance, almost like you're living in a really cool museum.
Leschi 3-BR (3.98M)
NW contemporary perfectly situated on 46' of Lake Washington waterfront.This custom built home offers the ideal mix of bright, open & modern architecture, sophisticated finishes and thoughtful design throughout.
Walter Wilcox's Georgian Colonial ($3.9M)
Built in 1922 by architect Walter RB Wilcox, this Georgian Colonial overlooks Lake Washington from Mount Baker. Restored to its original charm, no feature has been left untreated or undiscovered. The library might as well be the same as the day it was first stocked with books.
Laurelhurst 3-BR ($3.89M)
With over 5000 sq. ft. of living space, there is ample room for all your toys. A dock with newer boat lift, swimming ladder, wine cellar, party room, fun 50's bar and built in BBQ. Your Mad Men party finally has a place to be thrown.
Queen Anne 3-BR ($3.78M)
2005-built, this home boasts an open floorplan that steps out to entertainment-sized deck with Seattle Skyline views. Portuguese limestone floors include radiant heat. The main floor has a huge family room and office while the top floor is home to a luxurious master suite.
Four Seasons Unit 1204 ($3.68M)
Hard to beat the sweeping views from this 3-bedroom residence at the Four Seasons Private Residences. Live like you're on vacation right in the middle of downtown.
Queen Anne 6-BR ($3.65M)
This three-story Tudor revival home is located on Queen Anne's Southwest slope. English country manor in style, the home provides grand entertaining spaces as well as a warm atmosphere for more intimate gatherings.
Jamie Moyer's Magnolia 7-BR ($3.59M)
Sited on a 1/3-acre corner lot, the 7,100 sq. ft. home comes with fancy appliances (including a SubZero), a built-in espresso bar, 1,500-bottle wine cellar, batting cage and a screening room. Former MLB pitcher Jamie Moyer has been trying to sell it for some time now...
Washington Park 5-BR ($3.49M)
Built in 2008 to look like it was built in 1938, this luxury home boasts a cherry paneled elevator, game room, wet bar and movie theater with tiered seats.
Washington Park 4-BR ($3.49M)
Georgian style home in desirable Washington Park features luxurious master bedroom suite, upstairs den, lower level media room, wine cellar and 2-car garage,
Denny Blaine 3-BR ($3.42M)
Tucked discretely below the boulevard offering privacy & level lake access this authentic, beautifully restored Mediterranean offers a resort lifestyle. Home theater, wine cellar, terrace with outdoor kitchen & BBQ, gardens and dock with boat lift.