The Top Fifteen Most Expensive Condos For Sale In Seattle

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1) Millennium Tower Unit 2001 – Downtown Seattle - Asking Price $8,000,000

Size: 9,876 | Price per square foot: $810.04
Bedroom: unlimited | unlisted
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Number 1 on our list is the penthouse at the coveted Millennium Tower. Built in 2000, Millennium Tower has been home to coffee mogul Howard Schultz and many other Seattle elite. The building offers just 19 units. Unit #2001 takes up the entire top floor. Still in shell form, the unit is ready for a custom design and will likely need a massive budget – it has nearly 10,000 sq ft of living space!  Unit #2001 has 360 degree views and is located right in the heart of downtown. Enjoy the rooftop all to yourself – it belongs to just this unit. Oh, and bring your car collection as well – the unit includes 6 parkings spaces. Back in 2007, unit #2001 was priced at a cool $10,000,000.
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2) Four Seasons Private Residences Unit 1801 - Downtown Seattle – Asking Price $7,155,000
Size: 4,488 | Price per square foot: $1,594.25
Bedroom: 2 | Bathroom: 2.5
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Built in 2008, Four Seasons Private Residences set record breaking figures for price per square footage. Located near the Seattle waterfront many units feature unbelievable west facing views and all residents enjoy the 5 star amenities shared with the Hotel. Unit #1801 features high ceilings, top of the line finishes and floor to ceiling windows showcasing Seattle’s famous waterfront. Have you seen the new ferris wheel? Unit #1801 looks right down at it. Four Seasons   2 e1344357971669 The Top Fifteen Most Expensive Condos For Sale In Seattle

 

3) Four Seasons Private Residences Unit #1501 – Downtown Seattle – Asking Price $6,300,000
Size: 4,131 | Price per square foot: $1,524.05
Bedroom: 2 | Bathroom: 2.5
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Unit 1501, the second Four Seasons residence to make the list is pretty spectacular. It has west-facing views of the waterfront, ferris wheel, stadiums, ferries and the Olympics Mountains. This 2 bedroom unit offers high-end finishes and a flexible floorplan. 15 floors above 1st Avenue and a timeless design. Not a bad view huh? You can even waive at your grandkids as they make their way around the ferris wheel.
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4) Four Seasons Private Residences Unit #1101 – Downtown Seattle – Asking Price $6,120,000
Size: 4,132 | Price per square foot: $1,481.05
Bedroom: 2 | Bathroom: 2.5
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Yep, another Four Seasons unit in the top 5. Unit #1101, is a corner plan featuring views to the west and the north. With 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, this unit has never been lived in.Wall of windows, dynamite views and double exposure at an asking price of just over $6,000,000. Amenities in the building include, 24 hour staff, restaurant and spa, infinity-edge pool, outdoor fireplace and a start of the art fitness center. Room service!

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5) 111 West Highland Drive Unit #6W – Queen Anne – Asking price $4,950,000
Size: 2,592 | Pricer per square foot: $1,909.72
Bedroom: 2 | Bathroom: 1.75
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Built in 1974, this south slope Queen Anne condo is a studs-out remodel. It features parquet floors, marbled bathrooms and a superb kitchen. It’s price busting “IT” factor is clearly the view (and being on Highland Drive). Perched up on Queen Anne Hill, you’ll enjoy views of Downtown, Mt. Rainier, the Olympics Mountains, the Puget Sound and sunrise to sunset. Ready to move in?  Bring your checkbook. 111 West Highland Drive 6W e1344359259864 The Top Fifteen Most Expensive Condos For Sale In Seattle

 

6) Four Seasons Private Residences Unit #1103 – Downtown Seattle – Asking Price $3,695,000
Size: 2,399 | Price per square foot: $1,540.23
Bedroom: 1 + den | Bathroom: 1.75
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Unit 1103 breaks in at number 6 in our top 15 most expensive Seattle condos. This unit has a smaller floor plan, double exposure and is one of only two 1 bedroom condos to make the list. It is also the first re-sale in the project’s history. It was purchased for $4,660,000 on Christmas Eve of 2008 – Ouch.Four Seasons   6 e1344359764106 The Top Fifteen Most Expensive Condos For Sale In Seattle

 

7) Four Seasons Private Residences Unit #1204 – Downtown Seattle – Asking Price $3,680,000
Size: 3,190 | Price per square foot: $1,153.61
Bedroom: 3 | Bathroom: 2.5
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With yet another Four Seasons unit in the top 15, unit 1204  is our first 3 bedroom on the list. Views feature the Space Needle, Pier 59, Olympics Mountains and the Sound. Walk out your door and you’ll find the Seattle Art Museum, Pike Place Market and an abundance of restaurants and cafes. If buying a multi-million dollar condo isn’t on your to-do list, hit up Mom and Dad and convince them to move out of the burbs!
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8) Four Seasons Private Residences Unit #1206 – Downtown Seattle – Asking Price $2,888,000
Size: 1,992 | Price per square foot: $1,449.80
Bedroom: 2 | Bathroom: 2.5
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Unit 1206 is just shy of 2,000 sq ft. A great location and view, view, view. Dues are $2,398 per month. Yep, seriously.
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9) Four Seasons Private Residences Unit #1702 – Downtown Seattle – Asking Price $2,750,000
Size: 1,850 | Price per square foot: $1,486.49
Bedroom: 2 | Bathroom: 2
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Number 9 on our list, unit 1702 is the smallest unit featured in top ten. Don’t worry though, there are plenty of features in this home that will stroke your ego. Check out the hardwood floors, island kitchen, master suite and west facing views. Sick right? Four Seasons   1702  9 e1344361858576 The Top Fifteen Most Expensive Condos For Sale In Seattle

 

10) Four Seasons Private Residences Unit #1804 – Downtown Seattle – Asking Price $2,555,000
Size: 2,073 | Price per square foot: $1,232.51
Bedroom: 1 + den | Bathroom: 1.5
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Rounding out our top ten, unit 1804 is the lowest cost per square in the top 10. It boasts more of a city view then sound, and gives an owner a much different vantage point on the 18th floor (3 floors from the penthouse). Unit 1804 is a 1 bedroom plus den. Built in espresso machine, massive bedroom suite and a walk-in closet. A night picture would have been perfect for this unit. It’s a super cool view.
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11) 111 W Highland Drive Unit #7w – Queen Anne  - Asking Price $2,499,950
Size: 2,592 | Price per square foot: $964.49
Bedroom: 3 | Bathroom: 2.5
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Recognize this view?  Yep, it is the neighbor of unit 6W, the number 5 most expensive unit on our list. Unit 7W offers 2 generously sized bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, 3 balconies, cedar lined closets and custom storage. Oh, and not a bad view either. For you number crunchers, we should mention that unit 7W has the lowest cost per square foot out of all the condos on our list!
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12) Four Seasons Private Residences Unit #1404 - Downtown Seattle – Asking Price $2,435,000
Size: 2,211 | Price per square foot: $1,101.31
Bedroom: 2 | Bathroom: 2.5
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Number 12 on our list is unit 1404. This unit marketed as “City View”, has a 241 sq. ft. Terrace, an island kitchen with high-end finishes and a enormous master suite. The lucky guest in this unit will enjoy terrace access right through their bedroom and city lights as they go to sleep. Tell your rich uncle about 1404 and maybe he’ll diversify his portfolio to include a “Seattle Bachelor Pad”.

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13) Four Seasons Private Residences Unit #1104 - Downtown Seattle – Asking Price $2,380,000

Size: 2,224 | Price per square foot: $1,070.14
Bedroom: 2 | Bathroom: 2.5
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Coming in at number 13 on our list unit 1104 is lowest point of entry for the Residences at Four Seasons. Curious about renting? Just one floor above in unit 1201,  the owner found a renter for $8,500 per month. Simply put, that is a lot money. In fact, someone should call the folks at Zillow. They were estimating the market rent to be $3,350. I bet the owner is happy with his broker now.

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14) The Meridian Unit #2702 - First Hill, Seattle – Asking Price $2,150,000

Size: 2,189 | Price per square foot: $982.18
Bedroom: 3 | Bathroom: 2.25
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The Meridian built in 2002 is located on First Hill – high above the city. Unit #2702, the penthouse, boasts 270 degree views including the Olympics, Space Needle, city lights and Mt. Rainier. Literally surrounded by terraces, the space mixes the best of indoor/outdoor. 2702 has 3 bedrooms, 2.25 baths, 2 fireplaces and floor to ceiling windows. Also, 3 parking stalls are included with the sale. That’s good, cause someone will need that extra stall for their Maserati.

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15) Madison Tower/Hotel 1000 #1701 - Downtown Seattle – Asking Price $2,150,000

Size: 1,769 | Price per square foot: $1,215.38
Bedroom: 2 | Bathroom: 2.5
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Last but not least, #1701 at Madison Tower. Like the Four Seasons, Madison Tower is a “condotel”. It shares its building with Hotel 1000. To be exact, the residences start at floor 15 and go up to the 24th. Unit 1701 is pretty cool. It has a massive deck, killer views and a spacious floor plan. The kitchen features high-end appliances like Wolf and Subzero and the the master is pretty fabulous as well. The kicker on a unit like this, is the amenities. Madison Tower has a great rooftop deck, discounts on all hotel services, hotel amenities and a virtual golf studio. I know, super cool.
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That concludes our 15 most expensive Seattle condos. I hope you enjoyed it.  Happy condo hunting.