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  • Neighborhood Guides

    Neighborhood Guides

    Ballard (Northwest Seattle)

    Just over a century ago, the city of Ballard began growing and thriving just off Lake Washington Ship Canal. It was home to many people of Scandinavian descent whose trades were fishing, working in lo ...

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    Beacon Hill (South Seattle)

    Beacon Hill is easy to spot in Seattle thanks to the old veteran hospital that sits atop its peak and how close it is to First Hill and downtown. As you walk around this neighborhood you’ll quickly no ...

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    Belltown (Central Seattle)

    Do you desire to be in the center of trendy nightlife, swanky boutiques, and high-rise condos where all the action is happening? Belltown has become one of the hippest neighborhoods of Seattle thanks ...

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    Bitter Lake (Northwest Seattle)

    While driving several blocks along Aurora Avenue in Seattle you’ll quickly come upon the small neighborhood of Bitter Lake. In fact, if you blink you’ll probably miss it. Although this is one of the s ...

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    Capitol Hill (Central Seattle)

    Capitol Hill was once considered the wild and creative beating heart of Seattle. But now, with parking congestion, higher price tags and the expansion of corporations moving in, some feel it’s lost it ...

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    Central District (Central Seattle)

    Central District sits on the east side of Capitol Hill and is regarded as one of the oldest surviving neighborhoods in Seattle. The central location of Central District (thus the name) puts you right ...

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    Columbia City (South Seattle)

    Not too long ago, Columbia City was regarded as that one special neighborhood that was the secret hidden gem that its own residents didn’t want you to know about. With its sloping hills of beautiful h ...

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    Fauntleroy (West Seattle)

    If you’re looking for a secluded, quiet and serene neighborhood in Seattle that also has some of the most incredible views, then Fauntleroy is worth checking out. This neighborhood is probably the mos ...

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    Fremont (Northwest Seattle)

    Are you ready to be near the very heart of Seattle (aka the “Center of the Universe”) and up for a lot of excitement? Then Freemont is for you. This historic yet vibrant and bustling neighborhood is l ...

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    Georgetown (South Seattle)

    Do you have the desire to be close to downtown Seattle but don’t want to pay the hefty price tag to live there? If you do, then Georgetown is the perfect fit for you. While the Georgetown neighborhood ...

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    Greenwood (Northwest Seattle)

    Are you on the hunt for a family-friendly yet highly affordable neighborhood in Seattle that still contains a touch of the past, but is also integrated with cool cafes, craft cocktail bars, coffee hou ...

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    Hillman City (Southeast Seattle)

    Hillman City, while once very stagnant in growth and popularity, is now showing new signs of life and growth. This area can easily be considered Columbia City’s younger sibling since it also hosts som ...

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    Leschi (Central Seattle)

    Leschi is a pretty neighborhood that’s a bit off the beaten path when you come to think of typical neighborhoods in Seattle. To put it quite simply, it’s a hidden gem. Leschi’s unique name comes from ...

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    Lower Queen Anne (Northwest Seattle)

    The neighborhood of Lower Queen Anne (also sometimes referred to as Uptown because of its large residential population) is one of most exciting, active and vibrant neighborhoods in Seattle. It’s rich ...

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    Madison Park (Central Seattle)

    When you step over into Madison Park, something feels different (and just a bit better). Maybe it’s the beachfront community, the low-key vibe, the amazingly fresh air, or the feeling of prestige. Eit ...

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    Magnolia (Northwest Seattle)

    Talk about variety, Magnolia has waterways, a golf course, a military fort, railways, beaches and some of the most all-encompassing views of Seattle all rolled into one amazing neighborhood. Magnolia ...

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    Montlake (Central Seattle)

    Conveniently nestled between Washington Parks Arboretum and Eastlake lies historic Montlake. Montlake is a quiet and peaceful neighborhood and very posh community with plenty of green park space, mani ...

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    Mount Baker (South Seattle)

    As you travel west on I-90 going into Seattle, you’ll quickly spot some pretty impressive waterfront parks and homes just ahead of you before entering the tunnel. This is the neighborhood of Mount Bak ...

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    North Admiral (West Seattle)

    Deep in the heart of West Seattle lies North Admiral. Admiral is a neighborhood that combines both beautiful residential areas with ultra-hip businesses and modern-day culture. It’s considered one of ...

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    Northgate (Northeast Seattle)

    If you’re on the search for one of the largest neighborhoods in Seattle, then you’ve found it at Northgate. Northgate practically has everything you could ever want. If you want shopping, there’s Nort ...

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    Ravenna (Northeast Seattle)

    Ravenna, once known for its wilderness, has now become a remarkably quiet and peaceful neighborhood, considering that it’s very close to the busier hub of Greenlake and the U-District. This in-demand ...

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    South Lake Union (Central Seattle)

    South Lake Union was once called home to many blue-collar workers and was one of the most industrial parts of Seattle. Now it’s transforming into more of a hip, urban neighborhood thanks to the curren ...

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    South Park (South Seattle)

    South Park isn’t just a comedy cartoon show on TV. It’s a real (and very diverse) neighborhood in the south side of Seattle that’s starting to take off. Now that living costs are rising within the cit ...

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    Upper Queen Anne (Northwest Seattle)

    Upper Queen Anne is an easily identifiable Seattle neighborhood that consists of large and historical beautiful Victorian homes set on the highest named hill in the city. With the livelier urban cente ...

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    Wallingford (Northwest Seattle)

    Wallingford, a central yet very cozy neighborhood named from a wealthy landowner who once owned most of the land between Green Lake and Lake Union, is something to be truly experienced. With its uniqu ...

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