House hunting: 7 stunning Seattle homes

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West Queen Anne. This two-bedroom apartment is located in a landmarked building that once housed an elementary school. It has high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, French doors, and hardwood flooring.


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The outdoor space includes two garden patios, one of which faces east and the other west. $1,997,000. Scott Wasner, Realogics Sotheby's International Realty, (206) 910-1410.

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Denny Blaine. Built in 1921, this seven-bedroom house offers views of Lake Washington. Among the interior details are French doors, a sunroom, an elevator, and a large wine cellar.


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The 0.8-acre property includes a circular drive, a trellised patio, and an in-ground pool. $6,495,000. Whitney and Virginia Mason, Coldwell Banker Bain, (206) 310-3985.

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Eastlake. Built in 1930, this "Steal of the Week" is a one-bedroom floating home located on Lake Union. Set on a co-op dock, this house features an open floor plan, wood ceilings, and a galley kitchen with glass cabinets.


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Exterior details include a metal roof and full wraparound deck. $475,000. Doug Shih, Coldwell Banker Bain, (206) 230-5364.

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West Seattle. Located on the shore of Puget Sound, this three-bedroom house was restored in 2005. Features include vaulted ceilings, French doors, hardwood floors, and two fireplaces.


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Located on 0.3 acres, the home is within walking distance of the ferry and the sound. $1,325,000. Cassie Daughtrey, Realogics Sotheby's International Realty, (206) 403-8548.

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Montlake. This four-bedroom, Mediterranean-style house was built in 1927. Interior features include leaded-glass windows, arched doorways, a remodeled kitchen with marble counters, and an original tile fireplace.


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The home is located on a dead-end street overlooking the Washington Park Arboretum. $859,000. Mark Rockwell, Windermere Real Estate, (206) 898-7625.

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First Hill. This four-bedroom Victorian from 1885 has undergone an extensive restoration. It has a reception hall, a library, three fireplaces, and pocket doors.


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The exterior is painted in nine different colors using historical references. $2,680,000. Wendy Lister, Coldwell Banker Bain, (425) 450-5206.

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Broadview. The Studio House, built in 1997, is a three-bedroom home designed by architect Tom Kundig. The interior features glass, concrete, and a blend of rustic woods.

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The house offers views of the bay and mountains and has landscaped gardens and an in-ground pool. $4,995,000. Moira Holley, Realogics Sotheby's International Realty, (206) 660-4787.

**For more information on these homes, please contact the realtor listed**


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