For sale in Seattle
This modern home builds on a midcentury ethos for a timeless design—with big, hillside views.
This home on the water takes an airy, lodge-like loft design and shrinks it down into a houseboat-sized package.
This home oozes luxury
The home’s history shows through decades of changes
Elegant upgrades keep the home’s original aesthetic at heart, keeping around earthy finishes and a swanky floorplan.
The classic industrial vibe includes plenty of exposed wood
Graceful updates complement the 1958 design in this North Seattle home, including thoughtful connections between the indoor and outdoor space.
Live the floating life—literally—on Lake Union with these on-the-water homes in Westlake, Eastlake, and Wallingford.
Modern updates don’t sacrifice a century-old aesthetic—and vice-versa—in this stately home.
A shipwright and designer made this boxy home into a colorful palace
This Capitol Hill condo lives like a house, with two floors, a private entrance, and an airy interior.
The palatial, 117-year-old house went on the market—quietly—for the first time since Love sold it.
The house dating from 1926 also has a garden house and three bedrooms.
The three-bedroom spread is part of a trio of new homes emphasizing natural light and space.
The top-floor spread puts a premium on light and location.
Although it’s 115 years old, it’s not a fixer, just fancy, with well-maintained original millwork and luxury upgrades.
Outside, this Lake Union houseboat has a tugboat-style design. Inside, it’s a cozy cabin.
This home embraces the stunning hallmarks of 1950s design.
Built as an offshoot of the Skinner Mansion, this home is a smaller slice of Millionaire’s Row.
A vintage houseboat shape meets a more contemporary interior near Gas Works Park.
Docked by Gas Works Park, this home combines classic and contemporary design with wood shingles and metal sheeting.
A creative layout offers equal parts charm and utility, including a well-equipped kitchen, a sleeping loft, and an airy living room.
It’s hard to find a townhouse with this much vintage charm—including a brick and terra cotta exterior, period millwork, and an elaborate courtyard.
In vintage Seattle style, it’s colorful, quirky, and nautical
This modern home looks out over Meadowbrook Park
This little place on Lake Union is all beach house: wooden shingles, waterfront patios, and an airy interior.
This incredibly ornate Seattle Box is a city landmark
This home is pretty much as waterfront as you can get.
Including more than an acre in South Seattle
It’s both luxurious and pristine
The 900-square-foot home is adorable inside and out
This home on Lake Union is sleek, but still whimsical.
It’s like the cutest backyard house, but floating
Get ready for wood paneling for days.