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Ballard

Historic Homes and Buildings Can be Found in Ballard—One of Seattle’s Oldest Neighborhoods While many urban neighborhood associations tout their districts’ “unique” mixture of historic charm and modern conveniences, few have the goods to back up these assertions. More often, new arrivals are treated to a functional but drab array of utilitarian residential and commercial […]

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Briarcliff

Residents of Briarcliff Enjoy Luxurious Homes Potential real estate buyers who are interested in purchasing a home near the water should consider the Briarcliff neighborhood in Seattle, Washington. This luxurious and highly desirable neighborhood includes some of the best views of the Puget Sound in the entire city. In addition to the Puget Sound, residents will […]

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Green Lake

Living in Green Lake Means There’s Always Something to Do The Green Lake neighborhood in Seattle is located approximately 15 minutes from Safeco Field, which gives its residents easy access to the downtown area without living directly in the middle of a bustling city. Some of the most sought-after property in Seattle can be found here, […]

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Greenwood

A Friendly and Charming Neighborhood is a Perk for Residents of Greenwood For some homeowners, the quality of the neighborhood as a whole matters just as much as the quality of the home purchased. Home buyers with this concern are in luck in Seattle: the Greenwood neighborhood promises homeowners both a beautiful home and a […]

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Lake Union

Homeowners in Lake Union Have the Best View in Washington Lake Union is one of Seattle’s two major “inland” bodies of water and offers some of the best views in the entire city. In fact, some would argue that the land around Lake Union is among the most desirable in all of Washington State. Although […]

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Licton Springs

Homes in and around Licton Springs Allow for Recreational Activities and Beautiful Scenery The historical Licton Springs neighborhood in northern Seattle provides home buyers with an excellent opportunity. Not only are the homes in this area located less than 15 minutes from downtown, but they also give residents easy access to multiple recreational, shopping, and dining options. […]

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Loyal Heights

Stay Close to the Sound in Loyal Heights With amazing views of the Olympic Mountains and the Puget Sound, Loyal Heights remains prime real estate (and a lovely neighborhood) for potential buyers. Originally a suburb of Ballard, Loyal Heights was annexed by the city of Seattle, and it is now a large neighborhood. Due to […]

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Magnolia

Homeowners in Magnolia are Greeted by Views of the Sound and Plenty of Parks There are few places in Seattle that don’t hold out the promise of breathtaking views, but few deliver like Magnolia. Set on a scenic peninsula just a short drive northeast of downtown, this neighborhood offers sweeping vistas of the Puget Sound […]

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Northeast Seattle

Why Northeast Seattle is an Up and Coming Neighborhood Northeast Seattle is a vibrant and diverse section of town, and it includes several neighborhoods that home buyers should consider. The geographic designation of the Northeast includes each of the following areas: Bryant, Hawthorne Hills, Laurelhurst, Meadowbrook, Ravenna, Sand Point, View Ridge, Wedgwood and Windermere. Although […]

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Northwest Seattle

Some of the Most Beautiful Homes in Washington are in Northwest Seattle The Northwest area of Seattle includes the neighborhoods of Blue Ridge, Crown Hill, Bitter Lake and Broadview. It is also common for people to add Greenwood and Phinney Ridge into this same area, even if these neighborhoods do not completely fit inside of the geographic […]

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Queen Anne

Live on the Hill in Queen Anne Roughly bounded by the Interbay Rail Yards to the west, the Portage Waterway to the north, Lake Union to the east, and McGraw Avenue to the south, North Queen Anne is a distinctive Seattle neighborhood that’s characterized by its rugged topography and eclectic housing stock. Thanks to its […]

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Shoreline

Shoreline Offers Classic Puget Sound Beauty Shoreline is proximate to the city of Seattle, yet offers the suburban manner of living. From waterfront homes, inspiring Puget Sound and Olympic Mountain views, and friendly cul-de-sacs to secluded serene sylvan sanctuaries, Shoreline offers its residents an enticing selection. A top-rated public school district, efficient transportation systems, and […]

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University District

New Additions to the University District: Living Here Isn’t Just for Students Anymore Also known as the “U District,” University District sits on elevated ground just to the north of Portage Bay. Thanks to its central location and attractive cultural landscape, the neighborhood has long been a focal point of Seattle’s counterculture scene and boasts […]

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University Village

Shopping and Dining Await Those Living Near the Ever-Expanding University Village There are many considerations that buyers need to take into account before they select a new home. In addition to finding a house that suits their needs and fits into their price range, it is also imperative for home buyers to find an area […]

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Wallingford

Residents Love the Small-Town Feel of Wallingford While Seattle is an ever-growing and bustling city, there are outlying neighborhoods that, despite being only minutes away from the heart of downtown, make residents feel like they are somewhere else entirely. Home buyers who are interested in becoming part of one of the most popular residential neighborhoods […]

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West Woodland

West Woodland Homes Offer Views of the Salmon Bay The West Woodland area features green front yards and a nice assortment of trees as far as the eye can see. This quintessential American neighborhood will enable buyers to select everything from quaint two bedroom houses that were built in the ’30s all the way to […]

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