Let’s check in again on the cheapest homes around Seattle proper. Ideally this should be a monthly series, but somehow it was overlooked last month. For methodology and a brief explanation of the reasoning behind this series, hit the April post.
Please note: These posts should not be construed to be an advertisement or endorsement of any specific home for sale. We are merely taking a brief snapshot of the market at a given time. Also, just because a home makes it onto the “cheapest” list, does not indicate that it is a good value.
Here are this month’s three cheapest single-family homes in the city limits of Seattle (according to Redfin):
|Address||Price||Beds||Baths||SqFt||Lot Size||Neighborhood||$ / SqFt||Notes|
|10044 10th Ave SW||$144,950||1||1||520||7,620 sqft||White Center||$279||–|
|8523 Dallas Ave S||$151,200||2||1||900||3,480 sqft||South Park||$168||Bank-Owned|
|7525 14th Ave SW||$155,000||3||1||1,580||6,000 sqft||Delridge||$98||–|
There were a few houseboats that showed up in my SFH search that were cheaper than these three, as well as a couple “fixer-uppers” of the more extreme variety. All three of April’s featured cheapest homes are no longer on the market, but according to Redfin, none of them actually sold, either.
Stats for Seattle Single-Family Homes Under $200,000
Total on market: 42
Average number of beds: 2.0
Average number of baths: 1.2
Average square footage: 979
Average days on market: 72
As an added bonus, here are the three cheapest homes in terms of dollars per square foot:
|Address||$ / SqFt||Price||Beds||Baths||SqFt||Lot Size||Neighborhood||Notes|
|5316 S Wallace St||$81||$250,000||6||3||3,090||9,627 sqft||Rainier View||–|
|3332 S Holly St||$94||$325,000||5||2.75||3,440||10,630 sqft||Mid-Beacon Hill||–|
|7525 14th Ave SW||$98||$155,000||3||1||1,580||6,000 sqft||Delridge||–|