It's that special time of year once again when you try to figure out if you know anyone who knows someone who lives on a Lake Union floating home and find out if they're having a party. That's right, it's time for Fourth of July fireworks!
Realogics Sotheby's International Realty is showing Prima Vista, a fully-furnished four-bedroom, five-bath waterfront home in Kirkland that includes a 27-foot Cobalt 272 boat, amongst many other things.
A detached stable & garage in Kirkland had fallen into disuse when the current owners purchased the property. The couple decided to convert the stable into a studio space for working and painting along with a guest space for visitors.
Whether Seattle is the site for the prototype fleet or not, they've already been tested in Kirkland. Officials are talking about the possibility, but at least for now, the plan is to plan for the possibility of a plan.
As the housing market has taken off in recent years, the number of million-dollar homes has followed suit. Based on numbers from Trulia, the Seattle region is now among the ten fastest-growing markets when it comes to seven-figure home sales.
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...)
The median price of a 1-BR is $1,750/month, up three percent from the previous month and 9.4 percent year-over-year. The median 2-BR will run you $2,350/month, up 14.6 percent since last year, the fourth fasting growing number in the nation.
Zumper is back again with their monthly national rent report for April and once again Seattle in the 10th spot on their list of highest median rents among major cities. The median price of a 1-BR according to them is $1,750/month.
Thursday we got a look at the fully-operational Sound Transit 3 (ST3) plan for Seattle and the surrounding region that would bring 108 miles of light rail track to 17 Puget Sound cities by 2041. What neighborhoods and cities will benefit most?