Green Lake

The popular Green Lake neighborhood in north central Seattle surrounds the park for which it was named and is bordered by N. 85th Street and Licton Springs to the north, N. 50th Street and Wallingford to the south, Interstate 5 to the east, and Highway 99/Aurora Ave. N. and Phinney Ridge to the west. The neighborhood was annexed into Seattle in 1891 after a trolley line was installed that extended from Fremont to the north end of Green Lake. After significant re-development over recent years, Green Lake is now one of Seattle's most desirable and walkable neighborhoods. Green Lake Park features tennis and basketball courts, athletic equipment, playfields, community center with indoor pool, water activity rentals, swimming beaches, boat launch, and a 2.8-mile paved path around the lake for walkers, runners, bikers, and skaters.

Due to its extreme popularity, real estate in Green Lake is thriving. Homes for sale in Green Lake are within walking distance of a variety of restaurants, shops, services, an historic library, markets, bars, Woodland Park Zoo, city bus lines, and of course Green Lake Park. Green Lake real estate includes charming Craftsman and Cape Code style houses, modern estates, townhomes, and condominiums. Whether newly constructed or recently updated, many Green Lake homes for sale feature vaulted ceilings, gourmet kitchens with high-end appliances, open floor plans, hardwood floors, and a private balcony/patio. Real estate in Green Lake is ideal for families and individuals alike who desire to live in a convenient yet quiet and friendly community among animal-loving, outdoor enthusiasts.


by Charles Burnett | Sound Realty Group