The Sand Point peninsula encompasses Sand Point, View Ridge, and Wedgwood, as well as two of the region's most popular lakefront parks and the historic former Navy station where Bill Boeing flew his first airplane. In 1855, surveyors dubbed the Sand Point Peninsula "Mud Lake." But pioneers settled amid the swamps anyway. Today, Magnusson Park is one of Seattle dog lovers' favorites, and the Sand Point Country Club highlights some of the more upscale sections of the neighborhood.
In Sand Point, you will find Seattle's second-largest Park named Warren G. Magnuson Park. It is at 7400 Sand Point Way NE in northeast Seattle and west of Lake Washington. Warren G. Magnuson Park has four miles of walking trails, tennis courts, soccer fields, baseball/softball fields, a play area for kids, wading pools, picnic areas, barbeque grills, drinking fountains, many landmarks and historical sites, grassy fields, a community garden, wetland habitat, boat launch, a community center, dog off-leash areas, swimming beach, and restrooms.
Schools in Sand Point are Seattle Waldorf High School (Private, 206-522-2644, seattlewaldorf.org) in 7777 62nd Ave NE located in northern Sand Point, UW Children's Center at Radford Court (Montessori school, 206-543-3737, haggardchildcare.com/uw-radford-court) in 6311 NE 65th St #4300 located in southern sand Point, and Sand Point Elementary School (Public K-5, 206-252-4640, sandpointes.seattleschools.org) in 6208 60th Ave NE located in southern sand Point. There are many schools in the west of Sand Point. These are View Ridge Elementary School (Public Grades PK-5, 206-252-5600, viewridgeschool.org) in 7047 50th Ave NE located east of View Ridge Playfield Park, Thornton Creek Elementary School (Public K-5, 206-252-5300, thorntoncreekes.seattleschools.org) in 7712 40th Ave NE located north of View Ridge Playfield Park, Concordia Lutheran School (Private, 206-525-7407, concordiaseattle.com) in 7040 36th Ave NE located west of View Ridge Playfield Park, and more.
The local business within Sand Point is the Magnuson Cafe & Brewery in 7801 62nd Ave NE in the northern Sand Point. Magnuson Cafe & Brewery (206-525-0669, magnusonbrewery.com) is an American brewhouse restaurant with covered and heated outdoor dining and a great view of the lake, sailboats, and seaplanes. They offer fresh beers, burgers, sandwiches, fish tacos, beef tacos, and more. In the southwest of Warren G. Magnuson Park, Pagliacci Pizza is available at 6224 Sand Point Way NE. Pagliacci Pizza (206-726-1717, pagliacci.com) is a Pizza restaurant that serves thin-crust pies, pasta, calzones, desserts, beverages, and appetizers. Another restaurant near Sand Point is Where Ya At Matt in 8333 55th Ave NE in the Sand Point Country Club. Where Ya At Matt (Creole restaurant, whereyaatmatt.com) is a food truck that serves Shrimp Cornmeal Breaded, Fried Chicken Cornmeal Breaded, Red Beans & Rice, Shrimp & Grits, and more. Another American restaurant near Sand Point is the Sand Point Grill in 5412 Sand Point Way NE in Sant Point Village. Sand Point Grill (American restaurant, 206-729-1303, sandpointgrill.com) serves salads, cocktails, beers, desserts, and main course meals such as Daily Salmon Special, Diablo Shrimp Pasta, Sand Point Grill Burger, and many more. Homes in the Sand Point area have recently sold for between $475k and $4.1 million. To see today's real estate listings in Sand Point, Seattle, please click the link above.
The Sand Point neighborhood is located in North Seattle. Homes for sale in Sand Point include foreclosures (bank-owned homes), short sales, new construction, and traditional resale homes. Home styles range from condos to townhomes and single-family homes.
Sand Point is a neighborhood in Seattle, Washington, United States, named after and consisting mostly of the Sand Point peninsula that juts into Lake Washington, which is itself largely given over to Magnuson Park. Its southern boundary can be said to be N.E. 65th Street, beyond which are Windermere and Hawthorne Hills; its northern boundary, N.E. 95th Street, beyond which is Lake City. The western limit of the neighborhood, beyond which are View Ridge and Wedgwood, is not fixed and can be said to be anywhere up the hill that extends west from Sand Point Way N.E. as far as 35th Avenue N.E. It is also the former home of Seattle Naval Air Station.
Sand Point Airfield was the endpoint of the first aerial circumnavigation of the world in 1924. The historic flight helped convince Congress to develop Sand Point as a naval air station. The station ceased operations in 1970.
This region experiences warm (but not hot) and dry summers, with no average monthly temperatures above 71.6 °F. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Sand Point has a warm-summer Mediterranean climate, abbreviated "Csb" on climate maps.
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