Water view homes are located in a wide range of areas throughout Greater Seattle. Washington Park and other neighborhoods in Central 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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Washington Park contains some of Seattle's most elegant streets and revered waterfront locations. Home to famed residences such as the Reed Estate and dozens of similarly-outstanding properties, Washington Park is one of the more expensive locales within the greater Madison Park area. Wide, glamorous tree-lined streets lead to homes of beautiful styles and some of gargantuan proportions. Many of Seattle's power brokers reside within Washington Park near the Lake Washington shoreline.
Washington Park is a neighborhood in east central Seattle, Washington, named after the city park to its northwest. It is bounded on the east by 38th and 37th Avenues E. and Hillside Drive E., beyond which are Madison Park and Denny-Blaine; on the south by Lake Washington Boulevard, beyond which is Denny-Blaine and Madison Valley; on the west by Washington Park, and on the north by the private Broadmoor community and golf club. Washington Park is home to many historic homes including one from 1907 that houses the current President of the University of Washington. This house is situated on 5 acres (20,000 m2) looking over Lake Washington and has grounds rivaled by few homes in the city. The house and land was donated to the University with the clause that it must be occupied by the President of U.W.
The neighborhood's main thoroughfares are E. Madison Street (northeast- and southwest-bound) and Lake Washington Boulevard E. (northwest- and southeast-bound).
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