Eastlake

The Seattle neighborhood of Eastlake lies just north of downtown and is bordered by Lake Union to the west, I-5 to the east, and Portage Bay and the University District to the north. During the 19th century, Eastlake was home to many early Seattle settlers who moved cargo from Elliott Bay and downtown across Lake Washington. As Seattle's population grew, larger homes were built to draw wealthy residents to the Eastlake area. Eastlake Avenue is populated with an eclectic mix of restaurants, business offices, cafés, and new condo buildings. Eastlake residents enjoy living by Lake Union with easy access to freeways and public transportation, a walk/run path parallel to the lake, neighborhood waterfront parks, a neighborhood pea patch, and a boat launch for kayaks.

Living in Eastlake

Real estate in Eastlake is a diverse mix of updated turn-of-the-century homes, classic brick apartment buildings, modern townhomes and condos, and Seattle's highest concentration of houseboats and floating homes. Homes for sale in Eastlake feature master suites with walk-in closets, hardwood flooring, fireplaces, stainless steel appliances, and skylights. Newer condos and townhomes in Eastlake in particular feature decks and floor-to-ceiling windows facing the lake and mountains to the west and boast stunning sunset views. Eastlake homes attract business professionals, families, retirees, and young hipsters looking for a sanctuary in the city.

 

 

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