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Seward Park

Seward Park is a home to herons, eagles and a woodsy peninsula. It is one of Seattle’s local treasures. The park itself is the peninsula, and it comes with tennis courts, fishing docks, walking trails and a public swimming beach.

Like most out-of-the-way neighborhoods, Seward Park has a tight-knit community feel, a strong ethnic diversity and a style that mixes old charm with contemporary remodels.  Houses start on the outskirt of the park. Residences run the gamut:  Tudor, family, brick, stucco, mid-century and modern.  Many of them are multi-storied to catch the views from the hills. There are homes in bright primary colors, and yards with sprawling rock gardens, bulging hydrangeas and rose bushes. The best recommendation is that home turnover is low.

The commercial section of Seward Park is small but resourceful. There’s a PCC along with some private businesses and local eateries. The neighborhood is a star attraction during the summer. People come here for Seward Park’s swimming beach and the Seafair festivities which include hydroplane races. The park is circled by a paved path, and a number of sports events are held here-from a 5K run for owners and their dogs, to triathlons and weeknight criterion bike rides. The park also has an amphitheater and hosts a number of cultural celebrations.


DEMOGRAPHICS: diverse population, Married couples, families with children

TYPES OF HOMES: Tudor, Brick, Stucco, Mid-century, Modern


LIBRARY: closest is Seattle Public Library Columbia City Branch

FARMERS MARKET: closest is Columbia City Farmers Market

FAVORITE RESTAURANTS: Flying Squirrel PizzaPizzuto’s


Our Blogs About Seward Park

7 Hikes for Seattle-Based Seniors

Aug 20, 2020
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$2,000,000 for Our Neighborhoods

Feb 10, 2017
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People on People on People

Feb 11, 2016
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Rental Registration and Inspection Ordinance

Jul 02, 2015
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Triple Success!

Jun 10, 2015
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Photo Contest: Seattle Bloomin’

May 13, 2015
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Oct 23, 2014
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Beat the Seattle Commute

Oct 14, 2014
The commute, the dreaded commute! Bumper-to-bumper for miles, moving down I-5 slower than you backed out of your dr [more]
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Of Parks and Pianos

Jul 29, 2014
Seattle is known for many things. Music, coffee, rain. Good scenery and great parks. And this summer, you can combi [more]
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Our Listings in Seward Park


5231 S Pearl St

$ 850,000
Charming, warm, and thoughtfully remodeled Seward Park bungalow. An open floor plan for the kitchen, dining room, and living room brings in ample light from the many windows. Exposed beams, wood floor [more]
Charming, warm, and thoughtfully remodeled Seward Park bungalow. An open floor plan for th [more]
12 840 ft2full info

6715 Seward Park Ave S

$ 575,000
Updated, light-filled Seward Park home with a seasonal view of Lake Washington. Open kitchen, dining, and living rooms on main floor and a full wall of east facing windows. Situated above the street w [more]
Updated, light-filled Seward Park home with a seasonal view of Lake Washington. Open kitch [more]
21.75 1,160 ft2full info