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Luxury Real Estate

A Look at Some of the Top Sales of 2017

A recent feature in Curbed Seattle takes a look at the top twenty residential sales of 2017, from sweeping estates in Laurelhurst and Broadmoor to unforgettable modern living in the city’s most luxurious skyscrapers. Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to share that three of our sales made the list, the first a stunning condo in 1521 2nd Avenue represented by Julie Biniasz, the other two, residences within the Broadmoor community listed by Laura Halliday.

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Featured Property, News Article

Curbed Seattle Features Broadmoor Georgian Colonial, Sold by Laura Halliday, in “Last Week’s Biggest Sales”

In a recent re-cap of the most notable sales in the Seattle area for Curbed Seattle, Sean Keeley writes that the “biggest sale,” Broadmoor Georgian Colonial listed by Laura Halliday, Founding Member and Broker with Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty, “spent all of two days on the market before going pending” at $3.6 million.

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Market Reports, Neighborhood, PR

My City. Your Neighborhood.

Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) offers local market insights while introducing top brokers and their extraordinary properties in the September edition of Seattle Magazine.

The latest edition of Seattle Magazine includes an extensive insert offering a timely look at year-over-year market performance in 16 key markets throughout the Puget Sound region. Boasting with enviable economic fundamentals, the Seattle metro area is among the nation’s fastest-growing residential markets, with most neighborhoods reaching or exceeding their prior peaks for median home prices. We are proud to keep the good company of leading resident experts who live and work in the neighborhoods they serve, while at the same time, benefiting from a global network like no other. So whether your next home is around the corner or around the world, we’re here to help.

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News Article

Curbed Seattle Says Holly House, Listed by Laura Halliday, is “Quintessentially Broadmoor”

Earlier this month, Sean Keeley of Curbed Seattle wrote a piece about Holly House, listed by Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) Founding Member Laura Halliday. As the article, entitled “$3.4M Georgian Colonial is quintessentially Broadmoor” describes, “if you were asking someone what the houses in Broadmoor are like, you could probably just point them in the direction of 2030 Parkside Drive E and say, ‘That.’”

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Broker, News Article

Curbed Lists Most Expensive Homes Sales of 2016; Includes Twin Oaks, Sold by Laura Halliday

In a recent article, Curbed Seattle outlined the most expensive home sales so far this year, which included Twin Oaks, a Broadmoor residence sold by Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty Founding Member Laura Halliday. The article asks readers, “wondering how this year has been for the Seattle-area’s real estate market? To find out, Curbed mapped the 10 most expensive single-family home residential sales that have occurred so far this year with prices ranging from $5.8M to $9.75M.”

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New Listings

New on Market: Treasured Georgian Colonial

Every once in awhile a very special home becomes available… This treasured Georgian Colonial is sited on an expansive, flat double lot and is available for the first time since 1986. Handsome “curb appeal” greets you, from the symmetry of the home & divided light windows to the lovely brick pathways and mature holly hedge. Fantastic indoor~outdoor flow leading to the backyard which is large enough to add a pool to and still have an outdoor wedding! This is the kind of home memories are made in.

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New Listings

New on Market: Twin Oaks – Never Before…Never Again

Beloved and coveted, this historical home offers incredible curb appeal nestled on nearly 3 lots in the heart of Broadmoor from the boxwood hedges, cobblestone driveway and blue-stone pathways to the espaliered camellias, glorious porte-cochere, copper gutters and downspouts. Every inch of this home was lovingly restored in 2009, sparing no expense to reignite the historicity of a home that lives for today.

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