today we’re going to take a look at the most and least expensive properties in the city. Belltownpeople does this occasionally and I thought it would be interesting to take at look at Mountlake Terrace real estate.
The most expensive piece of property for sale in Mountlake Terrace right now shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. This piece of property is the future “superblock” in the town center neighborhood. The property is listed at $2.19 million. Current tenants are Double D meats, Queen’s Dry cleaning and Prime Pizza.
The least expensive is a 3 bed, 2 bath manufactured home near 54th Ave W and 244th St SW. It can be yours for only $24,950.
If we limit our search to only single family residential the most expensive property is a nearly new house, built in 2007. This house has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a total area of 3,420 square feet. It can be yours for only $575,000.
The least expensive single family residential property is one of the familiar cinder block houses built in 1950. The listing says it is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 672 square foot house. Unless they converted the living room and kitchen in to 2 bedrooms and a bath, I’m assuming the area is off. When looking at listings of cinder block houses in Mountlake Terrace you’ll notice a familiar pattern: 672 square feet. That’s because most of these house were built with exactly the same floor plan. Many of them, including my home, have additions that push that area up over 1,000 square feet so I’m guessing that is the case for this property. It can be yours for $206,900.
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Note: I didn’t count foreclosures or auctions. So if you’re looking for a steal, that’s probably your best bet.