Belltown

Perfectly positioned between Elliott Bay, Lake Union and the Denny Triangle (home to Amazon’s global headquarters), Belltown provides immediate access to residential services and vibrant attractions including public art, trendy eateries and bars, and live music venues. Its centralized location means it is very walkable to the urban center of a global city on the rise.

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Bellevue

Derived from the French term for beautiful view, the City of Bellevue offers many residential neighborhoods along the shores of Lake Washington, atop nearby hillside enclaves with breathtaking vistas, and in the high rises at the heart of the city center. Named the best place to live and launch a business, Bellevue is known for its top-ranked schools and some of the best shopping in the region. Amazon has also expanded significantly in this preferred Eastside community.

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Madison Park & Broadmoor

Just a ten-minute commute east of downtown Seattle, the communities of Madison Park and Broadmoor and their many surrounding enclaves afford the charm of a small town with a decidedly familial focus thanks to preferred private schools, the Broadmoor Golf Club, numerous parks, and seamless access to both the Washington Park Arboretum Botanical Gardens and the Lake Washington waterways.

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Kirkland

Kirkland offers gorgeous lake views, beautiful mountains in the distance, and acres of well-maintained public parks to enjoy, complemented by a thriving downtown core and an ever-growing number of tech companies. Over the years, Kirkland has been in high demand as a home for organizations, businesses, and residents alike. It was the headquarters of the Seahawks for the team’s first 32 seasons and was so beloved by Costco during the company’s tenure in town that its store brand, “Kirkland Signature,” bears its name. There are many reasons why Kirkland inspires hometown pride, but none more than this: it is simply an incredible place to live.

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Magnolia

As an affluent Seattle neighborhood encompassing coveted addresses for generations, the Tudor homes of the Magnolia Bluff give way to pockets of mid-century moderns. Drive tree-lined streets to parks that overlook stunning city and water views whether it’s a historic Fort Lawton home at Discovery Park or the wonderful trails of Magnolia Park. It’s no wonder the area has housed some of Seattle’s greatest minds over generations. In the spring, Magnolia boasts gorgeous flowering trees and opportunities for exploration, from craft cocktails at Oliver’s Twist to treats from Petit Pierre Bakery, where the satisfaction of a sweet tooth evokes a feeling of Parisian perfection.

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Queen Anne

Marked by mostly traditional and Craftsman homes, Queen Anne is named for its “Queen Anne” style houses and is noted for its family friendly setting, outdoor pool for summer use, hills for sledding in winter and walkability to stellar schools and parks. Though situated in close proximity to downtown Seattle, some would say Queen Anne function as its own “island” where residents find all they need close to home at one-of-a-kind restaurants and shopping experiences along Queen Anne Avenue.

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