The 3 Most Expensive Seattle Homes Currently For Sale

Got $15 million burning a hole in your pocket?
| Updated: November 27, 2018
Fantasize about this Capitol Hill mansion's stunning views while playing the Powerball.

With summer slowly inching closer, teasing us with hints of sun, prime house-hunting season is upon us. Let’s be honest, even if we're not in the market many of us are gazing out the rain-splashed windows pondering our dream homes. Perhaps a house with a great backyard to grill and play lawn games in, or a cozy cottage fitting all of your needs.

So daydreamers, here are the three most expensive Seattle homes currently for sale, per Zillow. Drool over these lavish abodes and while wishing they were just a few (million) bucks less.

1. 814 E. Highland Dr., Seattle, WA, 98102 (Capitol Hill)
Built in 1910 
Price: $15 million
Square footage: 11,000
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 7
Listed by Coldwell Banker 
Features: Scenic views of the mountains and Lake Washington, near Volunteer Park, rooftop terrace with two fireplaces and a spa.

Check out more photos of this Capitol Hill mansion here.

2. 3054 E. Laurelhurst Dr. NE, Seattle, WA 98105 (Laurelhurst)
Price: $14,880,000
Built in 1928
Square footage: 7,683
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 5
Listed by Coldwell Banker
Features: Waterfront estate on Lake Washington, outdoor courts, private dock (including two boat lifts and room for a seaplane or yacht).

Check out more photos of this Laurehurst estate here.

3. 2821 2nd Ave. Apt. 2301, Seattle, WA 98121 (Belltown)
Price: $13.8 million
Built in 1982
Square footage: 5,732
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 5
Listed by Sotheby’s International Realty
Features: Terrace, endless views of Seattle (including the Space Needle) and surrounding area. Amenities: 24-hour door staff, pool, gym, spa, running track, garden and tennis court.

Check out more photos of this swanky Belltown condo here.


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