water view: Lake Union Views in Seattle - Lowest-Priced Homes - 07/24/09 09:02 AM
Some of the best water view homes in Seattle are those around Lake Union.  From the north end homes looking at the downtown skyline, to Capitol hill's view of Queen Anne and vice-versa, there's a great mix of serene waterfront and bustling city life in the same view.
There are a handful of Lake Union view homes available now under $400k, which is fairly affordable considering the neighborhoods that surround the lake. 
In North Capitol Hill, there's a small 2/1 house at about 1000 square feet.  It looks to be a rehab project, but with the location and views, it's a … (0 comments)

water view: Blue Ridge Seattle Waterfront Home - Puget Sound Low-Bank Waterfront, Price Reduction - 07/06/09 04:40 PM
I previewed this Blue Ridge waterfront home recently for clients.  It has some of the best waterfront footage on the Puget Sound that I have seen in a while.  It just had a significant price drop, from $2 million to $1.8 milllion.

Settled at the center of Seattle's Blue Ridge neighborhood, this low-bank property has an easy walk down toward the sandy beach and saltwater shores of the Puget Sound.  The yard is large, and the shoreline is even larger.  This mid-century home looks good from the street, but you can't feel its expansive size without seeing the interior.  At 3800 feet, it's … (0 comments)

water view: New Seattle Water View Homes Search - 06/30/09 12:40 PM
SeattleHome.com has launched a new search for water view homes this week. Without having to search for each neighborhood, type of view (river, bay, lake, city, territorial, etc.), and other features, the new search quickly narrows down water view homes by neighborhood.
Select quickly from each drop-down menu for Northwest Seattle, Northeast Seattle, Central Seattle, Southwest Seattle, and Southeast Seattle. All homes returned will be water view homes, from peekaboo views to waterfront villas.
There are also Greater Seattle areas included such as Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Shoreline, Edmonds, and Burien water view homes.
Seattle Water View Homes Search

water view: The Value of a Water View Home - 06/22/09 05:02 AM
Water views are some of the most difficult factors to value when pricing a home.  There are so many contributing factors to a water view's value, it's hard to know where to start.  Everything from the body of water, direction, angle of view, fullness of view, proximity to water, obstructions, reflection, which rooms have view/which don't, and potential of future development/obstructions can weigh into a water view's value.

There's no perfect way to calculate the value, but there's also no denying that there is great inherent value in a water view.  The most straight-forward analysis involves condos, as they typically … (27 comments)

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