Seward Park, Mount Baker
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Linked by a stunning parkway running miles along Lake Washington, Seward Park homes and Mount Baker homes are in a scenic setting unlike any other in Seattle. Mount Baker Beach, Seward Park itself, and the Stan Sayers hydro pits are the center of activity on any Sunday, with cycling, rollerblading, sailing, rowing, and countless other activities. The Seward Park neighborhood, located on the shores of Lake Washington in southeast Seattle, is built on a sloping hillside with views of the lake and Seward Park, a 300-acre, old growth park for which the neighborhood is named. Although there are not many Seattle waterfront homes in Seward Park, since the parkway and Lake Washington Boulevard run along the lake, Seward Park still features beautiful view homes including many mid-century modern homes. Mount Baker, just north of Seward Park, features a mixture of parks, churches, community clubs and carefully preserved landmarks. Mount Baker is home to a variety of activities throughout the year including Seafair, Seattle’s annual summer festival featuring the hydroplane races on Lake Washington. Mount Baker real estate has beautiful views, in fact it name comes from the views it has of Mt Baker which lies far north in a different county. The homes and picturesque boulevards, such as Cascadia Avenue, lend a sense of elegant living to Mount Baker neighborhood. No matter your preference, the Seward Park neighborhood and the Mount Baker neighborhood have a lot to offer when you are looking for you next home for sale or Seattle rental.