Seattle Real Estate Spotlight: Wedgwood
Wedgwood is a quiet residential neighborhood in northeast Seattle, bordered by Maple Leaf to the west, and View Ridge to the east.
Wedgwood Rock, dubbed an erratic glacier was first used by Native Americas as a landmark and intersection for trails through Seattle forests. It is home to the first Seattle P Patch, which began as a vegetable farm in the 1920’s, that went unused for some time in the 60’s. A local woman backed by the community worked with the city to pay off taxes, and created 180 plots, which have since developed into 1,900 plots over 12 acres of land.
Points of Interest
Wedgwood has become a popular residential community, with an active neighborhood community council and center. Attractions in the neighborhood include Dahl Playfield and skate park, and the Wedgwood Swim Club is great in summer months. The neighborhood has a quirky business district with restaurants and bars including Grateful Bread Company, Wedgwood Ale House and Cafe, Jet City Pizza, and Fiddler’s Inn.
|Median Household Income||$60,405||$45,736|
|Homes With Kids||26%||18%|
|Average Household Size||2||2|
|Average Commute Time (Minutes)||27||26|