Wallingford

This trendy neighborhood located just north of downtown Seattle was named after John N. Wallingford, a former local real estate owner who owned most of the land now known as Wallingford. Bordered by Lake Union to the south and Green Lake to the north, Wallingford provides quick and convenient access to city bus lines, I-5 and Highway 99. The business district extends up and down N. 45th Street offering a colorful mix of restaurants, cafes, retail shops, services, bars and cinemas.

Living in Wallingford

Real estate in Wallingford offers a cozy lifestyle in a quiet residential community of enchanting tree-lined streets just a hop, skip, and jump away from the hustle and bustle of downtown. Numerous public spaces surround the area including Woodland Park and Zoo, Green Lake Park, Gas Works Park, Wallingford Playground, Meridian Playground, and the Burke-Gilman Trail. Homes for sale in Wallingford include restored Craftsman homes and newly constructed or renovated townhomes and condos consisting of modern stainless steel appliances, elegant hardwood floors, charming fireplaces and floor-to-ceiling windows. Attracting families and single professionals alike, Wallingford real estate offers something for everyone in one of Seattle's most hip and walkable neightborhoods.

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