The 5 most expensive homes for sale in Seattle

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People say that we’re dreamers…and they are absolutely right. That’s why we like taking a look at the most expensive homes in Seattle and imagining what it would be like to live there. Heck, we imagine even being allowed inside one of these places. Regardless, these outrageous homes are fun to look at, so let’s all peruse them together.

Here are the 5 most expensive homes for sale in Seattle right now. Look but don’t touch, people.

1. Penthouse on First Hill – $15,885,000

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Nevermind the fact that this penthouse features almost 7,000 square feet of living space. What’s more important is that it just finished a 3-year long renovation that probably costs more than our parents’ house.

2. Washington Park Mansion – $15,000,000

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What this spot lacks in terms of location, it makes up for in amenities and views. Experience a complete panorama of Mt. Rainier from the comfort of your home, guest cottage, or treehouse. That’s right folks, your childhood dreams have come true.

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3. 4911 NE Laurelcrest Lane – $14,250,000

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A legitimate lakefront home that we honestly prefer over #2. Why? Because if you’re shelling out this much for a house, you need space for either a boat or a helipad. We don’t make the rules, we just enforce them.

4. 608 39th Ave E – $12,850,000

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We’re dubbing this one ‘The Family Home’. Another lakefront property, but clearly outfitted for people with children. We say keep the trampoline, paddle boards, and the waterslide just as a way to stay forever young.

5. 1526 Lakeside Ave S – $11,250,000

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We’re going to describe this mid-century modern home as ‘vibey’. Built in 1969, it’s clear that whoever designed it had some really good taste. Sure, it’s probably had a couple of renos here and there, but still, this one is timeless.

What’s your favorite home from the list, Seattle? We’re actually pretty drawn to the last one. Plus it’s been on the market for quite some time… maybe we will lowball them and see what happens. Just kidding, we’d be laughed out of the city.

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