Let’s check in again on the cheapest homes around Seattle proper. 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|
|8523 Dallas Ave S||$121,000||2||1||900||3,480 sqft||South Park||$134||Bank-Owned|
|3013 SW Admiral Way||$152,000||2||1||520||5,415 sqft||Admiral||$292||Bank-Owned|
|10335 51st Ave S||$160,000||2||1.75||820||5,760 sqft||Rainier Beach||$195||Short Sale|
June’s #2 home moved up to #1 this month with $30,000 in price cuts since it was last featured on these pages. I don’t understand why nobody has snatched this place up yet, especially with such an amazing view:
But I digress.
Stats snapshot for Seattle Single-Family Homes Under $200,000
Total on market: 44
Average number of beds: 2.1
Average number of baths: 1.2
Average square footage: 999
Average days on market: 78
Here are the three cheapest homes in terms of dollars per square foot:
|Address||$ / SqFt||Price||Beds||Baths||SqFt||Lot Size||Neighborhood||Notes|
|5926 S Eastwood Dr||$102||$249,950||4||2.75||2,450||6,000 sqft||Rainier View||–|
|1400 NE Brockman Pl||$104||$349,000||3||1.75||3,340||7,200 sqft||Northgate||–|
|9456 13th Ave SW||$107||$320,711||6||3||3,000||5,009 sqft||Highland Park||–|
One more bonus for you this month. Here’s the lowest dollars per square foot on a house priced above $500,000: 2307 17th Ave S at just $109 $/sqft. $549,500, 6 beds, 4 baths, 5,020 square feet. I love the Christmas decorations in the listing photos.