All we hear about these days are how expensive the local housing market is. Especially when the most expensive house to ever hit the Seattle market just dropped as well as some Lake Washington estates. Realistically though, the vast majority of us don’t have millions let alone a million to drop on a home. So here’s what kind of home $1 million can get you all around Washington.
3813 Hubble Court, Clinton
With 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1,560 square feet this 1970’s water view Clinton home is the perfect cozy Whidbey Island spot. It has the perfect mix of PNW wood paneling, large windows and a minimalistic interior. Oh and it also happens to sit on a double lot.
719 19th Avenue, Seattle
A cute heritage house for under a million in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood does actually exist. While this home isn’t far off from a million, with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1,640 square feet of renovated cuteness, it’s worth the price.
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3617 SW Cloverdale Street, Seattle
West Seattle has plenty of charms, its semi isolated, there’s Alki Beach and there also happens to be quite a few homes under $1 million. Like this renovated bungalow with a circular floor plan centered around a cozy wood burning fireplace. With 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 830 square feet it’s there perfect small home.
3624 Shelby Road, Lynnwood
Have you ever wanted to live with more wood panelling than you know what to do with? Well, this Lynwood home might just be for you. It’s a craftsman with 1970s PNW flair comprised of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2,253 square feet.
220 Seamount Drive, Brinnon
Leave the city for good or purchase a great getaway home in Brinnon, located along Hood Canal. You’ll have views of the water, close proximity to some of the states favorite oysters and of course nature. At 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and 1,765 square feet, it’s perfectly cozy.
See? There is hope. Happy house hunting!
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