Water view homes are located in a wide range of areas throughout Greater Seattle. Sand Point 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.
If there are no water view homes available today in Sand Point, check back daily for new listings.
If you'd like us to do the searching for you, just Contact Us with your home preferences.
Sand Point, Seattle
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.
Our exclusive Local Market Research helps you make more informed decisions. Each week we publish market updates for Sand Point. You can see the latest trends in pricing, affordability, supply and demand. We invest in this research so our clients always have the latest insights to make the best decisions with confidence. Below are the latest home pricing trends for Sand Point based on zip code 98115.
More information about:
Back to: All North Seattle Neighborhoods