SEATTLE REAL ESTATE

Seattle was Ranked #1 in Wallet Hub’s top “Best and Worst Cities to Find Jobs”

Seattle is the largest city in Washington with a unique diversity that makes it a joy to live in.

The crown jewel of the Pacific Northwest is a culturally rich city, according to Property Shark, Seattle is America’s top city for culture.  With all its urban growth and unique parks, shops, museums, piers, eateries and coffee shops, Seattle is an attractive city to call home.

What Makes Seattle so special?

We think it is the number and variety of activities that one could choose from with a short drive. Stay in the city and enjoy all the activities you would expect of the 20th largest city in the US.  Or hop in your car and find beaches, ski resorts, mountain hiking trails, river rapids and fishing holes.

The “Emerald City” as it is nicknamed, because of how much green vegetation in the city, has a reputation of being rainy.  However, it is only the #44 ranked rainiest city.  The upside to the rain we get is some of the most beautiful summers that you can imagine.

You can plan a trip to one of the states small batch coffee roasters , Beer breweries, and wineries.  Visit the world famous Pike Place Market and get locally grown organic fruits and vegetables or any variety of fresh seafood.  Seattlites can also enjoy one of the many local and ethnic eateries, or enjoy a night out on the town.

Seattle has over 100 unique neighborhoods and each one lives a little differently.  Whether you would like to live in a college town like atmosphere in the University District, or you crave a little more eclectic flair like in Fremont, you can find your place in Seattle.

Prices for homes are all across the board as Seattle has a multitude of communities and neighborhoods as unique and diverse as the city itself.

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MAP OF SEATTLE WA NEIGHBORHOODS

Seattle Neighborhoods

  • Pike Place Market
  • Capitol Hill
  • Downtown Seattle
  • Pioneer Square
  • West Seattle
  • Ballard
  • Queen Anne
  • Fremont
  • Lake City
  • Belltown
  • Seattle Chinatown-International District
  • Central Waterfront
  • University District
  • North Seattle
  • Beacon Hill
  • Columbia City
  • Mount Baker
  • Wallingford
  • Green Lake
  • SoDo
  • Mount Baker
  • Wallingford
  • Green Lake
  • SoDo
  • Alki Point
  • South Lake Union
  • Madrona
  • Phinney Ridge
  • Leschi
  • Montlake
  • Rainier Valley
  • Judkins Park
  • Rainier Vista
  • Yesler Terrace
  • West Seattle Junction Association
  • Lower Queen Anne
  • NewHolly
  • Sand Point
  • First Hill
  • Delridge
  • Sand Point
  • First Hill
  • Delridge
  • Denny-Blaine
  • Wedgwood
  • Hillman City
  • Victory Heights
  • Licton Springs
  • Eastlake
  • North Admiral
  • Whittier Heights
  • North Beacon Hill
  • Maple Leaf
  • Westlake
  • Squire Park
  • Madison Park
  • Northgate
  • Pike/Pine

SEATTLE REAL ESTATE STATISTICS

The Madrona Group

Joe Kiser

Phone: 206.351.0543
Email: [email protected]

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