Lake Washington Waterfront Real Estate
us to help you buy or sell your Lake Washington waterfront home
Lake Washington represents
a huge portion of the local waterfront market because of it's size, good topography,
recreational opportunities, and especially its prime location to important business
and urban centers. Lake Washington is bordered by many cities and communities,
including Seattle, Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Kirkland, Medina, Bellevue, Mercer
Island, and Renton. It is crossed by two major highways (520 and I-90) that connect
the west and east sides, plus it is skirted to the west by I-5 and to the east
by I-405, therefore being encompassed by all of the Seattle area's major arterials.
to its location and amenities, Lake Washington waterfront tends to attract many
people to its lifestyles and reduced commute times. The northwest / Laurelhurst
neighborhoods, the northeast / Kirkland / Medina neighborhoods, and Mercer Island
tend to have the pricier homes and neighborhoods, and the southwest Seattle /
Rainier Beach area tends to have more waterfront bargains. There is quite a range,
however, among all the communities that line the shores of the lake.
Washington is known for its commanding views of sunsets and sunrises, Mt. Rainier,
sailboat races, and even public spectacles such as Seafair with its Blue Angels
aerial acrobatic shows and hydroplane boat races. Since the freshwater lake has
semi-protected waters, many properties offer docks for tying up boats and enjoying
water sports from your front yard during the warmer months.
are so many different locations, styles, communities, types of homes, and options
on Lake Washington that it's best for me to tailor an approach for you than try
to describe it all here. Call me any time if you're interested in buying or selling
on this waterfront treasure!
Lake Washington info
County Lake Resources
for Lake Washington Studies