Really, your interest in River Run Ranch, which just hit the open market asking a cool $9.9M, comes down to your interest in horses. Do you own horses? Do you want to own horses? Do you know people who own horses?
Cornerspotter is the Curbed Seattle feature in which we show you a historical photo taken somewhere in the city and you identify the location. Impress fellow Curbed readers with your knowledge by leaving guesses in the comments.
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Last night, Chinn Investments and Hewitt Architects presented plans for their massive residential/hotel project at between 10th Avenue South and 12th Avenue South, and South Jackson Street and South Main Street to the design review board.
Inside the house you'll find plenty of original features including leaded windows, refinished hardwoods and coved ceilings. The remodeled kitchen has all the requisite stainless appliances and marble countertops.
Turns out, while we might have a strong tech and startup community, we're not even in the top ten of major U.S. cities when it comes to readiness. According to a new study by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Seattle checks in at No. 11 overall.
The Mark Company Trend Sheet for April is out and it looks like Downtown Seattle-area condo prices are back on the rise.After dipping in February and leveling out flat in March, new construction condo prices rose two percent this month.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, a wave of young Americans fled cities and suburbs for the countryside. Many built their own homes, and often they made those homes domes, putting their own spin on Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic forms.
Vulcan Real Estate, Hewitt Architects, and Runberg Architecture Group are bringing their plans for a massive development at the southeast corner of 23rd Avenue and Jackson Street before the design review board tonight for early design guidance.
On his website, interior and furniture designer Steve Hensel says "a home is as much a sanctuary as a showplace." That goes for his own home, 'Hill House,' the Queen Anne South Slope luxury residence is now available to a new owner for $2.39M.
Yesterday, we asked you to guess the asking price for this 2-BR, 1.75-bath condo in North Beacon Hill. James A. submitted a guess on the Curbed Facebook page for $405K, but it was MichaelMack's guess of $379K that actually comes in closer.
When a tiny cabin has a tiny studio on a big lot with big views, someone has taken the small house on the big lot to the maximum. For $275,000 there's a zero bedroom, 1 bath waterfront cabin with a sunset view on Vashon Island.
Developer Briar Box and Caron Architecture bring their plans for a six-story mixed-use project at 417 NE 73rd Street in Green Lake called 'Meter' before the design review board this evening for potential recommendation.
The aging house at 1112 N 76th Street in Green Lake was sold last year for $350,000. It has re-emerged on the market with a brand-new look and a brand-new third floor. Now it's asking $1.05M for the new-and-improved version.
Between the soaring housing prices, plummeting inventory, and insane bidding war stories, we keep hearing about how crazy the Seattle housing market is. So we've asked local real estate agents, sellers and buyers to share their nutty stories with us.
PriceSpotter is Curbed's asking price guessing game. We provide you with some details and pictures from a real estate listing, and you take a crack at the price in the comments. Tomorrow we reveal the answer. And hey, no cheating!
WSDOT has clearly learned a valuable lesson from all of the troubles involving Bertha since her inception. Under-promise and over-deliver. A week early, the Alaskan Way Viaduct is open for business for this morning's commute.
A major benefit of prefab homes is efficiency, starting from the speedy, precise construction process to the innovative green features readily built into the houses. Here's a closer look at five fab examples currently available for purchase.
As the weekend approaches, let's take a look around the Seattle real estate listings to find some examples of the strange, the weird and just the plain terrible. (Come across one we missed? Let us know...)
NWMLS reported strong gains in new listings in April (up 13.6 percent from March) but as we've been seeing for a while now inventory remained well below the supply needed to consider this a balanced housing market.