Real Estate Sales in Bellevue, WA: July 23, 2008 – August 6, 2008

Residential Housing in 98004

  • Tuesday, September 23, 2008 5:08pm
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Residential Housing in 98004

10575 NE 12th Pl Bellevue 98004 $675,000)

10815 SE 21st St Bellevue 98004 $724,500

1722 98th Ave NE Bellevue 98004 $899,000

10905 NE 39th Pl Bellevue 98004 $949,900

9611 NE 34 St Clyde Hill 98004 $1,199,000

10505 NE 26th St Bellevue 98004 $1,950,000

11041 SE Lake Rd Bellevue 98004 $2,500,000

9839 NE 31 Bellevue 98004 $2,498,000

9822 NE 14th St Bellevue 98004 $2,795,000

Residential Housing in 98005

13003 NE 3rd Pl Bellevue 98005 $549,000

3627 140th Ave NE Bellevue 98005 $1,249,950

13419 NE 27th St Bellevue 98005

Residential Housing in 98006 $1,595,000

14263 SE 38th St Bellevue 98006 $369,950

4145 161st Ave SE Bellevue 98006 $464,950

5083 116th Ave SE Bellevue 98006 $519,000

14627 SE Newport Way Bellevue 98006 $524,950

12613 SE 54th St Bellevue 98006 $574,900

15617 SE 42 Pl Bellevue 98006 $569,950

14114 SE 50th St Bellevue 98006 $635,000

16810 47th Way SE Bellevue 98006 $730,000

4517 Somerset Pl SE Bellevue 98006 $924,000

15405SE 54th Ct Bellevue 98006 $1,249,000

Residential Housing in 98007

14522 SE 14th St Bellevue 98007 $399,995

Residential Housing in 98008

2329 167th Ave NE Bellevue 98008 $430,000

805 168 Pl NE Bellevue 98008 $499,950

2205 169th Ave NE Bellevue 98008 $518,000

80th Ave NE Medina 98039 $2,795,000

Condos/Townhomes in 98004

10610 NE 9th Pl Bellevue 98004 $499,950

10047 Main St Bellevue 98004 $519,500

Condos/Townhomes in 98006

SE 60th St Bellevue 98006 $234,000

Condos/Townhomes in 98007

154th Ave NE Bellevue 98007 $170,000

15300 NE 15th Pl Bellevue 98007 $349,990

151 141st Pl NE Bellevue 98007 $574,950

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