Our neighborhoods feel like small towns nestled within the metropolitan area, each with its own flavor and just a short trip to Downtown.
Beachy West Seattle, minutes from Downtown Seattle by bus, car or water taxi, feels hundreds of miles away. Walking and bike paths stretch along the waterfront. Multi-million dollar properties with panoramic views co-exist with $400,000+ starter homes. The neighborhood's up and coming restaurant scene and laid back lifestyle attract growing numbers of visitors, especially on sunny summer days.
Once salty, increasingly chic, Ballard still retains its fishing village flavor. Meandering along the Lake Washington Ship Canal, Ballard features a variety of mixed-use properties along with plenty of 1920's - 1940's cottages with vintage charm intact. An enticing array of restaurants and shops have sprouted in the area's business core in recent years, making this one of Seattle's most desirable neighborhoods for lovers of urban living.
Capitol Hill offers everything from turn of the century mansions to stylish studios. Vibrant Broadway Avenue features a cosmopolitan mix of restaurants, nightclubs, and boutique shops. Just up the hill from Downtown Seattle and well served by public transportation, this neighborhood is the perfect place to go car-free.
Residents of the booming downtown area can walk to work or to world class restaurants, museums, theaters and concert halls. Almost always in view are the waterfront and ferry docks, with their Olympic Mountain backdrop. Revitalized Belltown and the new construction in South Lake Union offers a range of newly constructed condominiums. Option's abound, from artists' studios to penthouse suites.
Stately but not stuffy, close-in Queen Anne is one of Seattle's most desirable addresses. The steep, tree-lined streets are packed with fine homes affording staggering bird's-eye vistas of Puget Sound and the city skyline. The many restaurants, clubs and theaters make the area a favorite destination.
Fremont - Wallingford - Green Lake
Magnolia is a peaceful enclave perched above Puget Sound north of Downtown Seattle. Dominated by high-end homes, many built in the 1950's and 1960's, Magnolia's broad streets are made for residents seeking a tranquil retreat.
Lake Washington Neighborhoods
From the exclusive Broadmoor neighborhood south to Mt Baker and Columbia City, you'll find a lot a tradition and long standing communities.
Burien - Normandy Park
Up and coming Burien is definitely findings it's place among the newly discovered areas close to Seattle's downtown core.
Bellevue - Eastside
Bellevue and the 'Eastside' of Lake Washington is well known for being a major technology center.