Sold Homes in Seattle
This home wouldn’t fit under your seat.
The old-growth preserve will grow, thanks to a Seattleite who opted to sell his property to the city
From $2.4 million to $6.2 million
From $2.2 to $5.5 million.
Madison Park, meet your new neighbors
Not many chances to buy a Four Seasons Private Residence left
The bidding wars aren’t even close to being over
Check out these recent Seattle sales, all of which got way more than they thought
Last week’s big real estate sales took place in Bellevue, Queen Anne, and Mercer Island
Last week’s big real estate sales in the region were in Seward Park, Madison Park, and Mercer Island
Listed in June, they dropped the price slightly in July and then it went pending in August. It's a Northwest custom build by MN Custom Homes and all the modern trappings including a huge kitchen, expansive master suite, and basement media room.
Last week's biggest sales was topped by a classic Seattle home from a classic Seattle architect. It's joined in the top three by a custom home in Bellevue and a custom home in Laurelhurst.
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.
A Mercer Island waterfront property almost broke the $10M sale mark last week. Following that are two Seattle condos with views to justift their million-dollar price tags.
The $4.9M Madison Tower penthouse sale is the highest Seattle condo sale of 2016 and only one of three to sell for over $4.5M in the last three years. It's also the 5th-highest penthouse sale in the last decade and the highest since 2013.
Yesterday we shared the story from the Seattle Times about a dilapidated home in West Seattle that received 41 offers and more than doubled it’s asking price. Today, Windermere agents Brian Hayter and Jay Harrison share a similar story regarding a Central District home that fell into disarray.
Today’s tale comes from a Seattle Times story that is just about the craziest one we’ve heard in a city full of crazy home sale stories. The story began on April 22 when a 1951-built, 2,100-square-foot home in West Seattle lists for $200,000.
Originally-listed in 2014, the Charles R. Bussell Residence (a.k.a. The Madrona Victorian with gargoyles out front) finally finds a new owner. Also in last week's biggest sellers is a Capitol Hill classic and a Mercer Island waterfront home.
Between the soaring housing prices, plummeting inventory, and insane bidding war stories, we keep hearing about how crazy the Seattle housing market is. So we've asked local real estate agents, sellers and buyers to share their nutty stories about a recent home sale or purchase to prove just how true it all is.