SEATTLE NEIGHBORHOODS

Learn about our exclusive neighborhoods in the area.

When it comes to Seattle real estate, there are a lot of factors to consider. The city is divided into a number of different neighborhoods, each with its own unique character. When looking for a place to live, it's essential to take the time to learn about the different neighborhoods and find the one that's right for you. The first step is to decide what kind of lifestyle you're looking for. For example, do you want to be close to downtown, or do you prefer a more suburban setting? Each neighborhood has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it's important to think about what's most important to you.

To learn about which Seattle neighborhood would be best for you, check out our featured neighborhood guides below.

NEIGHBORHOOD GUIDES

Medina

The secluded waterfront city of Medina is home to tech execs and Microsoft bigwigs alike.

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Medina

Kirkland

Kirkland is not only safe and family friendly, but it is widely known for its great use of public parks and beaches.

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Kirkland

West Bellevue

The city of Bellevue is located across the 520 bridge and is commonly referred to as “the East Side”.

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West Bellevue

Mt. Baker/Seward Park

Full of classic Craftsman style homes and sloped parks encompassing views of the water, Mt Baker is especially charming.

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Mt. Baker/Seward Park

Leschi

Leschi offers diverse opportunities for any buyer, whether looking for a condominium.

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Leschi

Madrona

Home prices in the area vary substantially, so residents of many different socioeconomic backgrounds are able to live...

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Madrona

Northwest Seattle - Ballards

Located in what is considered Northwest Seattle, Ballard epitomizes all that Seattle has to offer.

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Northwest Seattle - Ballards

Magnolia

One of the very few Seattle residential neighborhoods that offer panoramic views.

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Magnolia

Queen Anne

Includes grocery stores, bakeries, workout studios, and charming small businesses.

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Queen Anne

Windermere

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Windermere

Downtown Seattle

Thoroughly modern, stylish, and cutting-edge.

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Downtown Seattle

The Highlands

Spanning views of the Puget Sound and privacy are the main draws to this community, with 100 private residences and e...

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The Highlands

Laurelhurst

Laurelhurst is a sought after location for waterfront living and “forever” family homes.

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Laurelhurst

Montlake

Montlake has especially convenient access to many private and public schools.

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Montlake

Mercer Island

The island was believed to sink into the lake each night and resurface each morning.

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Mercer Island

Madison Park

For kayakers and paddle boarders, Madison Park is ample with launching accessibility.

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Madison Park

Broadmoor

Broadmoor is adjacent to Madison Park and bound from the west by the Washington Park Arboretum.

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Broadmoor

Capitol Hill

Seattle’s most historically interesting neighborhoods, Capitol Hill bustles with entertainment and life.

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Capitol Hill

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