Ravenna

POPULATION: 3,465
DEMOGRAPHICS: Married couples, families with children, students
TYPES OF HOMES: Tudors,Bungalows, Craftsman
COMMUNITY BLOGRavenna Blog
LIBRARY: closest is Seattle Public Library Northeast Branch, located at 6801 35th Ave. N.E., Seattle, WA 98115, Tel. 206-684-753
FARMERS MARKET: U District Farmers Market, located at the corner of University Way & NE 50th, Seattle, 98105, in the playground of the University Heights Center for the Community. Open every Saturday year-round, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. 
FAVORITE RESTAURANTS: Cafe Da Pino, Salvatore Ristorante, Bengal Tiger, Marcello
FAVORITE COFFEE SHOPS: Top Pot Doughnuts, Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar,  Grateful Bread

The green belt of Ravenna has become one of the city’s most desirable communities.  Cozy Tudors and bungalows are mixed in with wonderful craftsman-style homes. The streets are quiet and tree-lined, making this a dreamy little pocket of Seattle living.

Good schools, beautiful parks and athletic fields are the focal point for the residents of Ravenna.  On afternoons and weekends, the parks and ball fields are bustling with life and young sports activists.  Ravenna has earned itself a reputation as a wonderful community to raise the family.

While there are a limited number of restaurants and specialty shops within walking distance, many residents of Ravenna simply slip off to other areas for shopping and nightlife. Ravenna is close to Green Lake, the University Village shopping center, and near the freeway for downtown access. Many residents do their shopping on 65th Street, which has beautiful grocery

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8148 17th St SW
Highland Park
$265,000

27960_8

1309 S. Hill St.
Beacon Hill
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27990_8

3608 14th Ave W.
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12533 A 42nd Ave NE.
Cedar Park
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27891_18

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27677_16

1745 NE 90th St
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767 N 75th St
Green Lake
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27387_16

6412 SW Hinds St
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