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Seattle’s Most Expensive Homes: Capitol Hill Mansion

Got NBA or tech-baron money? This could be your new $15 million crib.

By Stephen Strom May 1, 2017

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Scroll through the above images of this Capitol Hill mansion, the most expensive Seattle house currently on the market, and check out the other top-priced homes here.

814 E. Highland Dr, Seattle, WA, 98102 (Capitol Hill) 
Built in 1910
Price: $15 million
Square footage: 11,000
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 7
Listed by Coldwell Banker
Features: Scenic views of the mountains and Lake Washington, near Volunteer Park, rooftop terrace with two fireplaces and a spa.

Check out the second most expensive Seattle home for sale here.

 

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