Windermere is a perfectly-manicured neighborhood just north of Laurelhurst in NE Seattle. From its impressive entry to the lakeside multi-million dollar mansion, Windermere is a classically-designed neighborhood. Large lots, wide streets, and beautiful views make Windermere the kind of neighborhood where generations of families keep coming back to reside.
Windermere doesn't have parks. But it's surrounded by many large parks. One of the parks is Warren G. Magnuson Park. It is at 7400 Sand Point Way NE in the north of Windermere. Magnuson Park has a swimming beach, boat launch areas, restrooms, tennis courts, arts in the park, soccer fields, picnic areas, softball or baseball fields, wading pools, off-leash areas for dogs, a play area for kids, a drinking fountain, trails, and a great view of Lake Washington. Another park is View Ridge Playfield Park. It is at 4408 NE 70th St in the northwest of Windermere. View Ridge Playfield Park has basketball courts, a softball field, picnic areas, drinking fountains, and a playground for kids. Also, there's Bryant Playground Park at 4103 NE 65th St in the west of Windermere. Bryant Playground Park has tennis courts, basketball hoops, and a playground with slides, swings, and a whirl. In the southwest of Windermere, you will find Burke-Gilman Playground Park at 5201 Sand Point Way NE. Burke-Gilman Playground Park has a playground for kids, picnic areas, and trails for jogging.
Windermere has Sand Point Elementary School (Public K-5, 206-252-4640, sandpointes.seattleschools.org) in 6208 60th Ave NE in the northern Windermere and UW Children's Center at Radford Court (206-543-3737, haggardchildcare.com/uw-radford-court) in 6311 NE 65th St #4300 located in Warren G. Magnuson Park. There are other schools near Windermere like Villa Academy (Catholic school, 206-524-8885, thevilla.org) in 5001 NE 50th St in the south of Windermere Park, View Ridge Elementary School (Public PK, K-5, 206-252-5600, viewridgeschool.org) in 7047 50th Ave NE in the east of View Ridge Playfield Park, and Seattle Waldorf High School (206-522-2644, seattlewaldorf.org) in 7777 62nd Ave NE in the north of Windermere. In the west of Windermere, you will find schools such as Assumption St Bridget School (Catholic school, 206-524-7452, asbschool.org) in 6220 32nd Ave NE, Nurturing Knowledge School (Preschool, 206-755-0366, nurturingknowledge.com) in 5514 33rd Ave NE, and more. The nearest public libraries are Northeast Branch - The Seattle Public Library in 6801 35th Ave NE in the northwest of Bryant Playground Park, and NOAA Seattle Regional Library in 7600 Sand Point Way NE near Magnuson Park.
Residents in Windermere visit the street of Sand Point Way NE for shopping and dining. Windermere has few local businesses. There's Sand Point Village (Shopping mall) in 5400 Sand Point Way NE in the northeast of Burke-Gilman Playground Park, City People Sandpoint True Value (Hardware store, 206-524-1200, truevalue.com) in 5440 Sand Point Way NE, Katterman's Sand Point Pharmacy (206-524-2211, kattermans.com) in 5400 Sand Point Way NE, and Metropolitan Market Sand Point (Grocery store) in 5250 40th Ave NE in the north of Burke-Gilman Playground Park. If you're looking for restaurants, available restaurants in the area are Pagliacci Pizza (206-726-1717, pagliacci.com) in 6224 Sand Point Way NE near Sand Point Elementary School, and Sand Point Grill (American restaurant, 206-729-1303, sandpointgrill.com) in 5412 Sand Point Way NE located in Sand Point Village. Homes in the Windermere area have recently sold for between $699k and $11.5 million. To see today's real estate listings in Windermere, Seattle, please click the link below.
The Windermere neighborhood is located in North Seattle. Homes for sale in Windermere include foreclosures (bank-owned homes), short sales, new construction, and traditional resale homes. Home styles range from condos to townhomes and single-family homes.
Windermere is a residential neighborhood in Seattle, Washington, named after Windermere in England's Lake District. It is bounded on the north by Magnuson Park, part of Sand Point; on the northwest by Sand Point Way N.E., beyond which is Hawthorne Hills; on the southwest by Ivanhoe Place N.E., beyond which is Laurelhurst; and on the southeast by Lake Washington. The area has been a part of Seattle since 1910.
The neighborhood is home to the National Archives at Seattle, which is located on Sand Point Way (State Route 513).
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