Seattle Waterfront Homes

Real Estate on Seattle's waterfront is as multifaceted as the people of the Puget Sound. Lake Union houseboats, Lake Washington luxury homes, and Alki Beach-front condos all have their own unique attributes. Learn more about the Seattle waterfront's history, current market trends, and unconventional quirks in the Seattle waterfront homes blog.
Sales of Eastside waterfront homes in March showed a marked improvement in terms of sales volume.  There were 11 significant waterfront sales on the Eastside, including 8 sales over $1 million.  This is nearly three times the sales volume last year in March, and a 57% increase over the 7 waterfront real estate sales last month.
The waterfront real estate market continues to improve in the Greater Seattle market, and it seems to be a bit strong on the Eastside and Mercer Island.  We’re seeing a higher number of cash purchases and homes selling in less than one month on the market.

March 2011 Waterfront Real Estate Sales, NWMLS

Address                                        City                 Price     Beds  Baths SqFt
18184 SE 41st PlaceIssaquah$840,00052.5 3,000
2955 224th Place SESammamish$895,00053.33,313
8855 NE Juanita LaneKirkland$950,00043.52,870
856 W Lake Sammamish Pkwy NEBellevue$1,072,00031.82,440
16301 Inglewood Rd NEKenmore$1,075,00042.33,250
480 W Lake Sammamish Pkwy NEBellevue$1,195,00031.81,620
667 East Lake Sammamish Pkwy NESammamish$1,200,00032.32,750
1625 10th St WKirkland$1,390,000422,110
5188 NW Lake Sammamish RdIssaquah$2,198,00054.56,376
701 Shoreland Dr SEBellevue$2,550,00031.52,030
1913 E Lake Sammamish Place SESammamish$2,800,00043.87,327