Seward Park

Seward Park is a neighborhood in southeast Seattle named for the nearby park of the same name. The park covers the 300 forested acres of Bailey Peninsula that juts into Lake Washington, providing a 2.5-mile paved trail circling the peninsula, hiking trails through old growth forest, boat launches, playgrounds, swimming areas, and an environmental education center. The Seward Park neighborhood is bordered by Columbia City to the north, Beacon Hill to the west, Lake Washington to the east, and Rainier Beach to the south. The small business district offers favorite neighborhood eateries including Flying Squirrel Pizza Company, Zesto Burgers, Both Ways Cafe, and Caffe Vita.

Living in Seward Park

Real estate in Seward Park ranges from classic Craftsman-style homes to mid-century bungalows and ramblers to upscale waterfront homes. Homes for sale in Seward Park feature desirable amenities such as stainless steel kitchen appliances, granite counters, oak flooring, patios, and fully-fenced yards. Waterfront homes in Seward Park offer stunning panoramic views of the Cascade Mountains and Lake Washington, and many also include private lake access. Locals enjoy living close to downtown in a quiet, secluded neighborhood within walking distance of picturesque parks and various restaurants and services.


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