There was three Denny Blaine homes that sold this July compared to two last July. Of the three sales this year, the most expensive (pictured above) was a 1904 Craftsman Home on E John. It was original listed for just under $3 million and sold for $2,625,000. The second Denny Blaine home was a modern home built in 2013 – it sold for over asking price: $1,300,000. The last home caused quite a stir. It sat on the hill about 1/2 block above Bush School and was originally priced at $550,000: a low price for any Denny Blaine real estate parcel. The 1952 home has “fantastic potential’ and buyers took notice bidding the house up to $718,500.
Denny Blaine is considered part of the Central Seattle residential real estate market (east of I-5 to the lake; south of the Montlake Cut to I-90). The number of sales in Central Seattle only increased by one compared to last July (91 vs 92 sales) and the average sales price increased minimally from $855,163 to $867,652.
While numbers were gathered from the Northwest Multiple listing Service; Statistics not compiled or published by the Northwest Multiple Listing Service.
Feel free to contact me if you want a complimentary price opinion of your home: Kristine Losh, Ewing & Clark Real Estate or check out the link to see what’s currently available in the Denny Blaine neighborhood.