Seattle REAL ESTATE

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ABOUT Seattle Real Estate


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.

And of course, who can forget Sleepless in Seattle and the world-famous Seattle Houseboats.

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Colorful houseboats beside Lake Union

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.



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.

SEATTLE WAS RANKED #1 IN WALLET HUB’S TOP “BEST AND WORST CITIES TO FIND JOBS”


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KING COUNTY REAL ESTATE

Seattle is the largest city in King County. Learn more about the county it resides in.

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LIST OF 78 SEATTLE NEIGHBORHOODS


This is the list of all the neighborhoods that were mapped out for Seattle real estate.  Each one also has a link to view all homes for sale in that neighborhood.

 Admiral
 Alki
 Abor Heights
 Atlantic
 Ballard
 Beacon Hill
 Belltown
 Bitter Lake
 Blue Ridge
 Brighton
 Broadmoor
 Broadview
 Bryant
 Capitol Hill
 Cedar Park
 Central District
 Columbia City
 Crown Hill
 Denny Blaine
 Downtown Seattle
 Eastlake
 First Hill
 Fremont
 Georgetown
 Green Lake
 Greenwood
 Haller Lake
 Hawthorne Hills
 High Point
 Highland Park
 Industrial District
 Interbay
 Internation District
 Laurelhurst
 Leschi
 Lower Queen Anne
 Loyal Heights
 Madison Park
 Madison Valley
 Madrona
 Magnolia
 Maple Leaf
 Matthews Beach
 Meadowbrook
 Montlake
 Mount Baker
 North Beach
 Licton Springs
 North Delridge
 Northgate
 Olympic Hills
 Olympic Manor
 Phinney Ridge
 Pinehurst
 Pioneer Square
 Portage Bay
 Queen Anne
 Rainier Beach
 Ravenna
 Riverview
 Roosevelt
 Westwood / Roxhill
 Sand Point
 Seward Park
 South Delridge
 South Lake Union
 South Park
 Sunset Hill
 University District
 Victory Heights
 View Ridge
 Wallingford
 Wedgwood
 West Seattle
 Westlake
 Whittier Heights
 Windermere
 Fauntleroy

ABOUT Seattle SCHOOLS


Seattle Public Schools is the largest public school district in the state of Washington. The school district serves the entire city of Seattle. As of 2020, 113 schools are operated by the district, which serves over 50,000 students.

Seattle School District  |  206-252-0000  |  Website  |   9/10 Great School Rating


SEATTLE HIGH SCHOOLS

  • Ballard
  • Center School
  • Cleveland STEM
  • Franklin
  • Garfield
  • Nathan Hale
  • Ingraham
  • Interagency
  • Lincoln
  • Middle College
  • Nova
  • Rainier Beach
  • Roosevelt
  • Chief Sealth
  • Seattle World School
  • Skills Center
  • South Lake
  • West Seattle

SEATTLE MIDDLE SCHOOLS

  • Jane Addams
  • Denny
  • Robert Eagle Staff
  • Eckstein
  • Hamilton
  • Aki Kurose
  • Madison
  • McClure
  • Meany
  • Mercer
  • Seattle World School
  • Washington
  • Whitman

SEATTLE K-8 SCHOOLS

  • Catharine Blaine
  • Louisa Boren STEM
  • Broadview-Thomson
  • Cascade Parent Partnership
  • Licton Springs
  • Orca
  • Pathfinder
  • Salmon Bay
  • South Shore
  • TOPS
  • Hazel Wolf

SEATTLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

  • Adams
  • Alki
  • Arbor Heights
  • Bagley
  • Beacon Hill
  • Bryant
  • Cascadia
  • Cedar Park
  • Coe
  • Concord
  • B.F. Day
  • Dearborn Park
  • Decatur
  • Dunlap
  • Emerson
  • Fairmount Park
  • Gatewood
  • Gatzert
  • Genesee Hill
  • Graham Hill
  • Green Lake
  • Greenwood
  • Hawthorne
  • John Hay
  • Highland Park
  • Kimball
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Lafayette
  • Laurelhurst
  • Lawton
  • Leschi
  • Lowell
  • Loyal Heights
  • Wing Luke
  • Madrona
  • Magnolia
  • Maple
  • Thurgood Marshall
  • McDonald
  • McGilvra
  • Montlake
  • John Muir
  • North Beach
  • Northgate
  • Olympic Hills
  • Olympic View
  • Queen Anne
  • Rainier View
  • Rising Star
  • John Rogers
  • Roxhill
  • Sacajawea
  • Sand Point
  • Sanislo
  • John Stanford
  • Stevens
  • Thornton Creek
  • View Ridge
  • Viewlands
  • Wedgwood
  • West Seattle
  • West Woodland
  • Whittier

SEATTLE ALTERNATIVE SCHOOLS

  • BRIDGES
  • Cascade Parent Partnership
  • Interagency
  • Middle College
  • Nova
  • Original Van Asselt
  • Seattle World School
  • Skills Center
  • South Lake

seattle PARKS


206-684-4075  |  Seattle Parks

With over 100 parks, Seattle offers much in the way of green space.

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) manages a 6,414-acre park system of over 485 parks and extensive natural areas. SPR provides athletic fields, tennis courts, play areas, specialty gardens, and more than 25 miles of boulevards and 120 miles of trails. The system comprises about 12% of the city's land area. SPR also manages many facilities, including 27 community centers, eight indoor swimming pools, two outdoor (summer) swimming pools, four environmental education centers, two small craft centers, four golf courses, an outdoor stadium, and much more.

PLACES TO VISIT

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FAMILY FUN


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Arts & Culture


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    • Pike Place Market

      http://pikeplacemarket.org/

      PIKE PLACE MARKET

    • t mobile park

      https://www.mlb.com/mariners

      TMOBILE PARK

    • Space Needle

      https://www.spaceneedle.com/

      SPACE NEEDLE

    • Century Link Field

      https://www.seahawks.com/

      CENTURY LINK FIELD

      • Pier 57

        https://www.pier57events.com/

        PIER 57

      • Gas Works Park

        https://www.seattle.gov/parks/find/parks/gas-works-park

        GASWORKS PARK

      • chihuly gardens

        https://www.chihulygardenandglass.com/

        CHIHULY GARDENS

      • seattle art museum

        http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/

        SEATTLE ART MUSEUM

      CITY OF seattle


      Flag of Seattle, Washington Official seal of Seattle, Washington
      Nickname(s): The Emerald City, Jet City, Rain City
      Motto(s): The City of Flowers, The City of Goodwill
      Location within King County
      Location within King County
      Coordinates: 47°36′35″N 122°19′59″WCoordinates: 47°36′35″N 122°19′59″W
      CountryUnited States
      StateWashington
      CountyKing
      IncorporatedDecember 2, 1869
      Named forChief Si'ahl
      Government
       • TypeMayor–council
       • BodySeattle City Council
       • MayorJenny Durkan (D)
       • Deputy mayorsMichael Fong and Shefali Ranganathan
      Area
       • City142.07 sq mi (367.97 km2)
       • Land83.87 sq mi (217.22 km2)
       • Water58.20 sq mi (150.75 km2)
       • Metro
      8,186 sq mi (21,202 km2)
      Elevation
      175 ft (53 m)
      Highest elevation
      520 ft (158 m)
      Lowest elevation
      0 ft (0 m)
      POPULATION
       • Estimate
      (2018)
      744,955
       • RankUS: 18th
       • Density8,882.36/sq mi (3,429.52/km2)
       • Urban
      3,059,393 (US: 14th)
       • Metro
      3,939,363 (US: 15th)
       • CSA
      4,853,364 (US: 14th)
      Demonym(s)Seattleite or Seattlite 
      Time zoneUTC−8 (PST)
       • Summer (DST)UTC−7 (PDT)
      Area code206
      FIPS code53-63000
      GNIS feature ID1512650
      WebsiteSeattle.gov Edit this at Wikidata

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