Seattle Neighborhoods

9
Jul

Seattle Neighborhood Spotlight: Crown Hill

Crown Hill sits comfortably between Greenwood and North Beach / Blue Ridge. It is a comfortable residential area in the heart of North Seattle offering a peaceful retreat from the hurried bustle of city life, while still offering easy access to everything there is to love about Seattle. Crown Hill Boundaries The northern border of Crown Hill runs along Northwest

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15
May

Seattle Neighborhood Spotlight: Seward Park

Seward Park is southeast of downtown Seattle, snugly set between Columbia City and Lake Washington. It is well out of the way of major traffic arteries, but close enough to make a quick jaunt up to the main city when needed. The fact that the Bailey Peninsula constitutes Seward Park’s eastern side makes it the perfect place to get both

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7
May

Seattle Neighborhood Spotlight: Bitter Lake

The Bitter Lake neighborhood is becoming a popular place to live. In addition to rows of established lovely homes lining the neighborhood, new condos are springing up and old ones are being renovated. Just north of Greenwood it’s within earshot of downtown Seattle but far enough north to avoid much of the frantic hustle and bustle of the city. Bitter

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21
Mar

Seattle Neighborhood Spotlight: Delridge

Delridge, which is located in West Seattle, offers a short commute downtown while providing less expensive rent prices than other Seattle neighborhoods. Delridge Boundaries Right off Route 99, Delridge is bordered by SW Roxbury Street to the south, WA-509 to the east, Duwamish Waterway and Elliot Bay to the north, 35th Ave SW and Harbor Ave SW to the south

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1
Mar

Seattle Neighborhood Spotlight: Laurelhurst

Northeast of downtown Seattle is the prestigious and historic neighborhood of Laurelhurst. It’s a high-end neighborhood filled with beautiful, traditional homes, as well as new modern developments with wonderful views of the mountains and the waterfront, creating a surprising feeling of space and privacy so close to bustling downtown. Laurelhurst Boundaries Much of Laurelhurst is a peninsula looking out to

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22
Dec

Seattle Neighborhood Spotlight: Alki West Seattle

The neighborhood of Alki West Seattle is a hip, relaxed and high-end neighborhood loved as much by tourists as it is by the people who live there. The long stretches of gorgeous beach gives residents glamorous views of downtown Seattle and a place to breathe and escape from the stress of life and work. Consequently, working downtown can mean a

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2
Oct

Seattle Neighborhood Spotlight: Georgetown

The Georgetown neighborhood in Seattle is quickly becoming a popular place to live. Located in the south part of the city, it is close to Seattle’s bustling downtown, yet homes and lofts are priced affordably. Georgetown Boundaries The neighborhood is bounded by two mainline railroads on the north, Union Pacific Railroad and BNSF Railway. Interstate 5 is on the east,

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12
May

Seattle Neighborhood Spotlight: Phinney Ridge

Are you thinking about visiting a lovely neighborhood in Seattle, Washington? Phinney Ridge might be the place for you. Located in north central Seattle, this area is often associated with Woodland Park Zoo. If you’ve never had a chance to see a Komodo Dragon before, you may want to swing by and treat yourself! The zoo was originally the land

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4
Apr

Seattle Neighborhood Spotlight: Magnolia

Seattle residents long term and new are all aware that Seattle is truly a city of distinct and individual neighborhoods, almost little towns. Magnolia is no exception located on a peninsula of hills northwest of downtown, connected to Seattle only by three bridges, which transport residents over railroad tracks which would otherwise cut Magnolia off from the rest of the

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10
Jan

Seattle Neighborhood Spotlight: Madison Valley

A hidden gem with a European vibe, Madison Valley is located north and east of Capitol Hill, and is enclosed on the north by The Montlake Cut, Lake Washington on the east, and downtown Seattle and I-5 on the west. You don’t really pass through Madison Valley to go anywhere but there, so it is a slower destination neighborhood than

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