Sand Point

Jan. 6, 2012

Seattle Real Estate New Year's Resolution #3 Know Your Neighborhoods

Greg Nikols, a former Seattle mayor, called Seattle a City of Neighborhoods.  Each has its character, its charms, perhaps even its faults.  Before you choose a home it is extremely important to be sure that you will not regret the location.

Are schools important to you?  Walkability ...

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June 22, 2011

Community Patch in Seattle Neighborhoods

community patches in seattle

One of the most delightful things about Seattle is the abundance of nature surrounding us.  Although this is a large metropolitan city, I appreciate the fact that you can escape to nature at any time.  Big or large, we have parks situated in every neighborhood and convenient access ...

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Nov. 1, 2010

Investing in Real Estate While Your Kids Are In College

If you are the parent of a college kid,  you might want to take a minute to think about real estate investing.  You're already spending a ton of money sending the kid to school, "investing" in his or her future, so why not hedge your bets on ...

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July 13, 2009

Windermere, Leash free and bountiful charm!

Windermere, leash free, rich and bountiful local charm!

Windermere, the lovely exclusive neighborhood in northeast Seattle, bordering the equally exclusive Laurelhurst area on the south and Magnuson Park and Sandpoint Way on the north and west, is a wonderful part of Seattle that is named after the Windermere in England ...
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May 21, 2009

Hawthorne Hills, Great Walking Neighborhood Close to UW

Hawthorne Hills, the triangle shaped neighborhood just bordering the famed biking and walking trail on the south and Sandpoint Way NE on the east, is the lovely community known for it's Cape Cod style and brick Tudor style homes. Developed from the 1920's to the 1940's, one ...
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May 20, 2009

Magnuson Park, Unleash the Dogs for a Run

Seattle is a very dog friendly town and one of the great ways to reward your faithful furry companions for their good behavior is to let them run loose at one of the many no leash dog parks in the city.  Magnuson Park in the NE neighborhood of Seattle ...

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