Pigeon Point is a small neighborhood in West Seattle located on a bluff just south of West Seattle Bridge. So named for its bird's eye views of downtown Seattle, Pigeon Point allows easy access to downtown Seattle and surrounding areas via West Seattle Bridge, I-5, and Highway 99. The neighborhood is bordered by SW Spokane Street to the north, Puget Ridge to the south, Delridge Way SW to the west, and West Marginal Way SW and Duwamish Waterway to the east.
Real estate in Pigeon Point consists of classic Craftsman homes, condos, and townhouses. Many of the homes for sale in Pigeon Point include features such as formal dining rooms, country-style kitchens, private yards, and views of the Seattle skyline. Nearby public spaces Puget Park and Pigeon Point Park are both part of the West Duwamish Greenbelt and feature wooded trails.