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The Most Expensive 2013 Home Sales By Neighborhood - North Seattle

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Earlier this week we profiled the most expensive houses and condos that sold in 2013. In both instances, most of the selections were focused on specific neighborhoods (Laurelhurst & Washington Park for houses, Downtown & Belltown for condos). It begs the question…what about everyone else?

We decided to take a look at all the major neighborhoods in Seattle to find out what the ceiling was on home sales in each of them in 2013. Neighborhood boundaries are up for interpretation and we weren't able to cover every single 'hood, but, we tried to cover as much ground as we could. First, let's look at North Seattle. Tomorrow, we'll check out South Seattle and West Seattle.

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1. Ballard - $1.65M

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3310 Northwest 80th Street
Seattle, WA 98117

This 4K+ square-foot, 4-BR mansion sold in late December, offering the buyer a great chance to remake a historic Seattle home on an acre lot.

2. Fremont - $1.25M

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115 North 41st Street
Seattle, WA 98103

Created by a local artist the “Birdhouse” was designed to be sustainable, adaptable and built to last. It sold for $1.25M back in March.

3. Wallingford - $1.385M

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114 Northeast 56th Street
Seattle, WA 98105

Grand south facing Craftsman, built in 2007, ideally located steps to Tangletown. Sold for $1.39M back in May.

4. Green Lake - $1.5M

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6014 Meridian Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103

Two blocks away from the kinetic bustle of Green Lake rests a stately Dutch Colonial, which sold for $1.5M in October.

5. Phinney Ridge - $1.26M

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6515 Sycamore Avenue Northwest
Seattle, WA 98117

Classic 1920 Craftsman that features stained glass windows all around the main floor. Seven bedrooms in total. It sold for $1.26M in August.

6. Greenwood - $1.43M

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330 Northwest 75th Street
Seattle, WA 98117

This 5-BR, 4.5 bath custom-designed home features beautiful colors and hardwoods throughout. It sold in September for $1.426M.

7. Bryant - $1.265M

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4728 University View Place Northeast
Seattle, WA 98105

The main image for this listing was so ominous, we're surprised it sold at all. And yet, the 2011 modern home has all the latest amenities and sold for $1.27M in April.

8. Ravenna - $795K

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5731 17th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98105

This 3-BR Ravenna home features cherry cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a powder room with slab travertine and sold for $795K in June.

9. University District - $751K

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5023 21st Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

Sited prominently on beautifully landscaped grounds, this 1905 vintage Colonial-style home sold for $751K in July.

10. Laurelhurst - $6.2M

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3959 Northeast Surber Drive
Seattle, WA 98105

The most expensive house sold in all of Seattle last year, this 5-BR Chateau sits on south-facing low-bank waterfont on nearly .75 acre.

11. Windermere - $2.36M

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6340 Northeast Windermere Road
Seattle, WA 98105

This 5-BR's kitchen features wood cabinetry, creamy marble, stainless steel appliances and a counter that opens to the yard and pool. It sold for $2.4M in August.

12. View Ridge - $2.05M

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8201 Lakemont Drive Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

Located on the Sand Point Country Club 17th Fairway, this 6-BR was sold for $2.05M in September.

13. Wedgwood - $795K

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7753 29th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

Located on a double dead-end street, this secluded 5-BR was sold for $795K back in July.

14. Maple Leaf - $1.05M

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830 Northeast 86th Street
Seattle, WA 98115

Sold for $1.05M in November, this modern home features a light-filled entrance with tons of windows, tall ceilings and fabulous Contemporary finishes.

15. Northgate - $830K

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1722 North 122nd Street
Seattle, WA 98133

Sold for $830K in March, this 4-BR features 4 large bedrooms, a downstairs den and bonus room, a large kitchen with attached great room, large family and dining rooms.

16. Lake City - $1.23M

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12578 Riviera Place Northeast
Seattle, WA 98125

This Northwest Contemporary home features innovative architecture & 50 feet of lakefront. It sold for $1.23M in March.

17. Crown Hill - $910K

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10325 14th Avenue Northwest
Seattle, WA 98177

This 2005 Craftsman features warm cherry hardwoods, stylish colors, large picture windows & soaring ceilings. It sold for $910K in December.

18. Broadview - $1.55M

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13217 9th Ave NW
Seattle, WA

This 1930-built Elizabeth Ayers Brick Tudor sold for $1.55M in May.

1. Ballard - $1.65M

3310 Northwest 80th Street, Seattle, WA 98117

This 4K+ square-foot, 4-BR mansion sold in late December, offering the buyer a great chance to remake a historic Seattle home on an acre lot.

3310 Northwest 80th Street
Seattle, WA 98117

2. Fremont - $1.25M

115 North 41st Street, Seattle, WA 98103

Created by a local artist the “Birdhouse” was designed to be sustainable, adaptable and built to last. It sold for $1.25M back in March.

115 North 41st Street
Seattle, WA 98103

3. Wallingford - $1.385M

114 Northeast 56th Street, Seattle, WA 98105

Grand south facing Craftsman, built in 2007, ideally located steps to Tangletown. Sold for $1.39M back in May.

114 Northeast 56th Street
Seattle, WA 98105

4. Green Lake - $1.5M

6014 Meridian Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98103

Two blocks away from the kinetic bustle of Green Lake rests a stately Dutch Colonial, which sold for $1.5M in October.

6014 Meridian Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103

5. Phinney Ridge - $1.26M

6515 Sycamore Avenue Northwest, Seattle, WA 98117

Classic 1920 Craftsman that features stained glass windows all around the main floor. Seven bedrooms in total. It sold for $1.26M in August.

6515 Sycamore Avenue Northwest
Seattle, WA 98117

6. Greenwood - $1.43M

330 Northwest 75th Street, Seattle, WA 98117

This 5-BR, 4.5 bath custom-designed home features beautiful colors and hardwoods throughout. It sold in September for $1.426M.

330 Northwest 75th Street
Seattle, WA 98117

7. Bryant - $1.265M

4728 University View Place Northeast, Seattle, WA 98105

The main image for this listing was so ominous, we're surprised it sold at all. And yet, the 2011 modern home has all the latest amenities and sold for $1.27M in April.

4728 University View Place Northeast
Seattle, WA 98105

8. Ravenna - $795K

5731 17th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98105

This 3-BR Ravenna home features cherry cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a powder room with slab travertine and sold for $795K in June.

5731 17th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98105

9. University District - $751K

5023 21st Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115

Sited prominently on beautifully landscaped grounds, this 1905 vintage Colonial-style home sold for $751K in July.

5023 21st Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

10. Laurelhurst - $6.2M

3959 Northeast Surber Drive, Seattle, WA 98105

The most expensive house sold in all of Seattle last year, this 5-BR Chateau sits on south-facing low-bank waterfont on nearly .75 acre.

3959 Northeast Surber Drive
Seattle, WA 98105

11. Windermere - $2.36M

6340 Northeast Windermere Road, Seattle, WA 98105

This 5-BR's kitchen features wood cabinetry, creamy marble, stainless steel appliances and a counter that opens to the yard and pool. It sold for $2.4M in August.

6340 Northeast Windermere Road
Seattle, WA 98105

12. View Ridge - $2.05M

8201 Lakemont Drive Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115

Located on the Sand Point Country Club 17th Fairway, this 6-BR was sold for $2.05M in September.

8201 Lakemont Drive Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

13. Wedgwood - $795K

7753 29th Avenue Northeast, Seattle, WA 98115

Located on a double dead-end street, this secluded 5-BR was sold for $795K back in July.

7753 29th Avenue Northeast
Seattle, WA 98115

14. Maple Leaf - $1.05M

830 Northeast 86th Street, Seattle, WA 98115

Sold for $1.05M in November, this modern home features a light-filled entrance with tons of windows, tall ceilings and fabulous Contemporary finishes.

830 Northeast 86th Street
Seattle, WA 98115

15. Northgate - $830K

1722 North 122nd Street, Seattle, WA 98133

Sold for $830K in March, this 4-BR features 4 large bedrooms, a downstairs den and bonus room, a large kitchen with attached great room, large family and dining rooms.

1722 North 122nd Street
Seattle, WA 98133

16. Lake City - $1.23M

12578 Riviera Place Northeast, Seattle, WA 98125

This Northwest Contemporary home features innovative architecture & 50 feet of lakefront. It sold for $1.23M in March.

12578 Riviera Place Northeast
Seattle, WA 98125

17. Crown Hill - $910K

10325 14th Avenue Northwest, Seattle, WA 98177

This 2005 Craftsman features warm cherry hardwoods, stylish colors, large picture windows & soaring ceilings. It sold for $910K in December.

10325 14th Avenue Northwest
Seattle, WA 98177

18. Broadview - $1.55M

13217 9th Ave NW, Seattle, WA

This 1930-built Elizabeth Ayers Brick Tudor sold for $1.55M in May.

13217 9th Ave NW
Seattle, WA