Whichever tone you want to strike—highfalutin with downtown views, laid back with mountains in the distance, just you two and a judge, or something else entirely—here are some A+ options to consider for your big day.
Haven't picked your Halloween pumpkin yet? You should get on that. Only a few more weekends left before the big day and you don't want to be "that home." Herewith, then, is Curbed Seattle's updated map of where you can pick your own pumpkin.
It may seem that Seattle's hot housing market is the new normal; but, remember back a few years when the doldrums seemed like the new normal. It wasn't then. It isn't now. The only thing constant is change.
Some houses are designed to enable a lifestyle, and then get out of the way. This 1952 custom beach retreat emphasizes the beach and the retreat while keeping quiet about all the customization necessary to make it all happen.
According to the latest Case-Shiller data, Seattle-area single-family home values were up 10.8 percent in March from the previous year. That trails only Portland (12.3 percent) in terms of home price growth and more than double the national average.
Finding an affordable place to live in Seattle isn't easy. That's why so many people are looking elsewhere in King County, down in Pierce County or beyond. Here's five we discovering in the outskirts and surrounding towns and cities of Seattle.
NWMLS reported strong gains in new listings in April (up 13.6 percent from March) but as we've been seeing for a while now inventory remained well below the supply needed to consider this a balanced housing market.