South Park | West Seattle

The South Park neighborhood was once connected to Georgetown by an electric railway that crossed a north-south bridge, but it was removed when the Duwamish River had to be straightened for the Duwamish Waterway. Incorporated in December of 1902, South Park is to the right of the Duwamish River and to the north of Tukwila, and is inevitably surrounded by Seattle’s industrial area. Although property values have recently been lower in this area than the other parts of Seattle, there may be some growth potential in the future. For people who enjoy being outdoors, South Park has the option of visiting the meadow, terrace, or even the playground with the kids.

Living in South Park

The real estate for sale in South Park is very reasonably priced and is in the perfect location for people who are looking to become first-time home buyers. It is also an ideal area for people who enjoy being a bit secluded from the big city and appreciate the essence of the outdoors. No two homes for sale in South Park are identical, but the majority of them share many of the same features, such as hardwood floors, some carpet,  fireplaces, granite counters, master suites with a walk-in closet, formal dining, garages, and other generous space for parking. 


Popular West Seattle Neighborhoods:

  • Admiral
  • Alki
  • Alaska Junction
  • Arbor Heights
  • Beach Drive
  • Belvidere
  • Delridge
  • Georgetown
  • Fairmount Park
  • Fauntleroy
  • High Point
  • Highland Park
  • Pigeon Point
  • Puget Ridge
  • Seaview
  • Shorewood
  • South Park
  • Westwood

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