Water view homes are located in a wide range of areas throughout Greater Seattle. Ballard and other neighborhoods in North Seattle will often have water views of Lake Washington, Lake Union, Lake Sammamish, and many more lakes. Other homes will have views of Puget Sound and the islands. Many of these water views also encompass the Cascade or Olympic Mountain ranges. Owning a home with a water view in the Puget Sound region adds significant beauty to a homeowner's property, as well as significant value.
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Ballard is a neighborhood of contrasts: gleaming new condos, industrial marine businesses, popular bars and restaurants, and quiet classic bungalow-lined streets. The original wave of immigrant Danes, Finns, Icelanders, Norwegians and Swedes gave Ballard an "old country" flavor that lives on today. Ballard was known early on as the world's top producer of wood shingles and for its fishing fleet, still a towering presence above the Salmon Bay and Ship Canal waterfront. Its housing density has been increasing in recent years, and its business districts are known as popular entertainment destinations.
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