If you were asking someone what the houses in Broadmoor are like, you could probably just point them in the direction of 2030 Parkside Drive E and say, "That." The 1941 Georgian Colonial that resides there is now available, too, asking $3.395M.
Wondering how this year has been for the Seattle-area's real estate market? To find out, Curbed mapped the 10 most expensive single-family home residential sales that have occurred so far this year with prices ranging from $5.8M to $9.75M.
Last week's big real estate sales took place in Seattle's Broadmoor neighborhood as well as Yarrow Point and Bellevue. The biggest sale of all first listed in April 2014 for $6.45M but only now sold for "just" $5.15M.
As the weekend approaches, let's take a look around the Seattle real estate listings to find some examples of the strange, the weird and just the plain terrible. (Come across one we missed? Let us know...)
Check out the three biggest real estate sales last week in King County. There's a Bridle Trails 5-BR in Bellevue that got $3.5M, a Broadmoor home on the golf course that snagged $2.5M and a Portage Bay classic that reeled in $1.9M.
According to the listing, the 4-BR, 4-bath at 1644 Windermere Drive in Broadmoor has "never before...been offered on the open market." Which makes sense as to how the owners have amassed such a collection of dog art, bird art and antlers.