Mansions in Seattle

Even in discreet, pretention-phobic Seattle, you can still find a mega-mansion when you need one
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!--paging_filter--pThe first time Seattle saw a house sell for more than $1 million was 30 years ago (in Shoreline’s Highlands neighborhood). We’ve come a long way. This February, a mansion in Bellevue hit the market with a $32.8 million price tag (it’s still available!). Of course, that’s nothing compared to real estate in New York City, where at least three cribs recently listed for more than $100 million each, or LA, where you can drop $30 million without batting an eyelash extension. But if you have piles of cash and a yen for living big in the Northwest, we can hook you up. brbrstrongBellevue/strong (pictured above) brstrongList price:/strong $32,800,000brstrongSquare footage: /strong11,520; 4 bedrooms, 8 bathroomsbrstrongProperty size: /strong2.6 acresbrstrongProperty taxes:/strong $114,339brstrongYear built: /strong2006brstrongIncludes: /strong265 feet of private beach, dock, pool, wine cellar, home theater, sauna, gymbrstrongListed:/strong February 2014brbrstrongimg src="/sites/default/files/newfiles/0514_orcasislandrealestate.jpg" style="vertical-align: middle; margin: 10px;" height="400" width="600"brOrcas Island/strongbrstrongList price:/strong $11,500,000brstrongSquare footage:/strong 7,303; 3 bedrooms, 3 bathroomsbrstrongProperty size: /strong40.98 acresbrstrongProperty taxes:/strong $35,459brstrongYear built:/strong 2007brstrongBonus: /strongPrivate beachfront, wood-fired pizza oven, entertainment room, wine cellar, library, saunabrstrongListed: /strongJanuary 2014brbrstrongimg src="/sites/default/files/newfiles/0514_realestate_qa.jpg" style="vertical-align: middle; margin: 10px;" height="400" width="600"brQueen Anne/strongbrstrongList price:/strong $11,500,000brstrongSquare footage: /strong6,820; 3nbsp;bedrooms, 3.75 bathroomsbrstrongProperty size:/strong .43 acresbrstrongProperty taxes:/strong $10,103brstrongYear built: /strong1933brstrongIncludes:/strong Views of the city skyline and Elliott Bay, pool and pool house, outdoor kitchen and fireplace, sport courtbrstrongListed: /strongMarch 2014/p

 

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