Yes, it's SO expensive. But also so beautiful. It's still a lot cheaper where we're buying (across the Puget sound) than on the Seattle side. There wouldn't even BE a place like this on the Seattle side (where you could have 10 acres but be within a mile of a major public transportation hub), let alone one that cost anything reasonable. I just now, out of curiosity, looked, and found a simialr place, although without the public transportation, about 10 miles away from Seattle and the asking price was about $8 million dollars. OMG.
I was looking at real estate listings in the city across the sound, which is a bit north of Seattle and they are selling dumpy old 700-sqft condos now for $350,000+. It's no wonder Kingston (where we bought) is growing so fast all of the sudden.
Last edited by ACinATX; 06-19-2019 at 04:02 PM.