The Seattle-Bellevue Area has become one of biggest tech hotbeds in the country after Southern California. IF you are looking for a home you can actually afford in Seattle, NewHomeSource has selected its top six new construction homes for sale in the area that cost less than $500,000. Explore everything from spacious two-story, single-family homes to sleek townhomes in Seattle’s best new home communities.
1. The Bridgeport 3733 Plan by D.R. Horton
This beautiful, two-story home has architectural details that embody the spirit of the Pacific Northwest. Spread out in more than 2,670 square feet of living space, four spacious bedrooms, and open entertainment spaces.
2. The Aspen Plan by Lennar
This is another two-story home in Seattle that cost less than $500,000. Lennar’s Aspen Plan gives homeowners a beautiful front porch and plenty of living space. Entertain in style from the gourmet-inspired kitchen and stash your favorite snacks in the large island.
3. The Sybil Plan by Richmond American Homes
The exterior details of the Sybil Plan belong in Seattle. This charming, 2,760 square foot home gives homeowners three spacious rooms and plenty of space to relax. In the backyard, you can unwind on the covered patio with friends.
4. Plan 2230 by Lungren Homes
Home shoppers looking for contemporary style should look no further than the Plan 2230 in the Star Water community in Auburn, Washington. This striking two-story, single-family home has three bedrooms comfortably spread over 2,230 square feet.
5. The Summerland Plan by CalAtlantic Homes
CalAtlantic Homes offers the beautiful Summerland Plan in the Bridges new home community in Auburn. This four-bedroom home has a covered patio, and an open kitchen and living room. Well-placed windows let the sunshine into this cheery home.
6. The Primrose Plan by Sea Pac Homes
The Primrose Plan gives you the best of contemporary townhome living in the Manor Cottages community. These three-bedroom, two-bath townhomes offer open concept living spread out over three stories.
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