Greenwood is a small neighborhood in north central Seattle that up until 1907 was known as Woodland. The neighborhood is bordered by Broadview and Northgate to the north, Phinney Ridge to the south, Highway 99/Aurora Ave. N. to the east, and Ballard to the west. As the main thoroughfare for city streetcar and interurban passenger railroad traffic during the twentieth century, Greenwood Avenue remains the neighborhood's main drag to this day. Clothing boutiques, coffee shops, pubs, antique shops, various eateries, and the historic Taproot Theatre populate the community hub making Greenwood one of Seattle's most walkable neighborhoods. Greenwood also plays host to many popular community events including the Greenwood Classic Car Show, the Greenwood Seafair Parade, and monthly art walks.

Living in Greenwood

Real estate in Greenwood is flourishing with the neighborhood's growing popularity. Homes for sale in Greenwood include dramatically remodeled classic bungalows and Craftsman style houses and newly constructed townhomes and condominiums. These Greenwood homes for sale are fully equipped with desirable modern features such as high ceilings, hardwood flooring, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, skylights, and sizable fenced-in backyards. With city bus lines and major highways nearby, Greenwood real estate offers a cozy lifestyle in a quiet residential community with tree-lined streets with quick access to downtown for when you're itching for more excitement.

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