Below are just a few of the homes sold in Denny Blaine. Denny Blaine is a very desirable neighborhood because of its proximity to Downtown Seattle as well as Lake Washington, the large lots, the beautiful residences, and the views these homes feature. Many of Seattle’s most prominent homes can be found in Denny Blaine.
It is not surprising that this Denny Blaine real estate sold so quickly. 3722 E John is a sun-filled Denny Blaine home perfectly place on lush grounds with sweeping lawn surrounded by roses, lavender, and lilacs. Inside the home has been updated while keeping its original charm. Wood floors with, leaded windows, fabulous living room with fireplace, sunroom, formal dining room with updated kitchen. The upstairs includes the master bedroom features views of Lake Washington, as well 3 other bedrooms and two additional bathrooms. The basement has been updated with entertainment room as well as additional bedroom and bathroom.
Denny Blaine features some of Seattle’s most premier waterfront homes. The lots are generally large and private and with the neighborhood’s proximity to Downtown Seattle the location is very desirable. In addition, waterfront lots between Madison Park Beach and Madrona Park Beach are rare – there are only about 50 Seattle waterfront homes between the two beaches.
According to the Northwest Multiple Listing Service only two Denny Blaine waterfront homes have sold since the beginning of 2009. Just this month this idyllic Denny Blaine waterfront home sold. The 7 bedroom home was last listed for $4,990,000. A rare transaction where waterfront is not often available.
Real estate in Denny Blaine is some of the most sought
after in Seattle. In 2010, 17 homes sold in Denny Blaine with an
average sales price of nearly $1.925 million. The highest sale was listed by Ewing & Clark and was last listed for $9.5 million before it sold. It was reported to be the highest non-waterfront sale in Seattle for 2010 at the time of the sale. The lowest sales price of a home in Denny Blaine was $550,000 in 2010. While the sales prices in Denny Blaine were relatively high compared to other Seattle neighborhoods, the sales were not record setting for Denny Blaine. In the past several years some Denny Blaine waterfront homes sold for over $10 million. The 2010 sales numbers were courtesy of the Northwest Multiple although the statistics were not compiled or published by Northwest Multiple Listing Service.
This home was last listed for $1.475 million before selling in 2010. Elegant, magical home of incomparable quality and design. The home uses floor to ceiling walls of glass to welcome the outdoors in, and sophisticated lighting including landscape lighting creates ambiance and serenity. Modern finishes with historic references: rift-cut oak shelving and cupboards, custom wall coverings, and Calcutta carrerra marble slab counters. The home also incorporates five fireplaces, a sizable deck with fireplace, and mature gardens including Japanese maples, stone walls and numerous flowering shrubs.
This home that has been featured in Architectural Digest, simply put, is stunning. The home was last listed for $9.5 million before it sold in 2010. At the time of this blog, the final sales price was the highest in the City of Seattle for a non-waterfront property in 2010. The house itself is remarkable in design, construction and setting. This Greg Bader Denny Blaine residence boasts sweeping views on Lake Washington, Cascade Mountains. The exterior of the home has stunning shingles reminiscent of the Hamptons. The interior features rooms of remarkable scale, wainscot paneling, beamed ceiling, and bay windows to take advantage of the views. Rooms include a library salon, family room, game room, panoramic master suite, gym, and wine cellar. All of this sits on a verdant lot of over a half acre.