Wallingford Condos For Sale in Seattle

Wallingford is the area of Seattle just north of Lake Union, to the west of the University of Washington District and I-5. It can be thought of as North 45th St. and its surrounding area. It is one of the more residential neighborhoods in Seattle because it is not in the center of the hustle and bustle of the city, but close to the popular Seattle destinations and The University of Washington. Older homes are plentiful in Wallingford, along with newer condominiums and apartment buildings. Many homes are elevated off the street level, allowing for views of Green Lake, Lake Union or the mountains. [Read more about Wallingford Condos.]

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The Wallingford neighborhood is a part of the Seattle Public School District. The Wallingford neighborhood draws in people from all around for some of its famous destinations, such as Gas Works Park on the south end. The public park, which sits on a peninsula on Lake Union, is a unique park and one popular to Wallingford dwellers and tourists alike. The park is made on the land of an old coal gasification plant, and several of the buildings are incorporated into the park. Some stand as historic structures, while others have been renovated into climbing and play structures for children (and adults!) There is even a brightly colored maze made from one of the old buildings and a kite-flying hill. The park also has picnic areas and walking paths. Gas Works Park is the host of a 4th of July festival, featuring food and fun by day and a fireworks display over Lake Union at night, which was rated as one of the “Top Five Fireworks Displays” by TIME magazine. The 27-mile Burke-Gilman Trail, which starts at Gas Works and runs through Wallingford, is one of the most heavily used trails in King County. On any given day, runners, cyclists and pedestrians use the trail which ties Wallingford into other Seattle communities.

Perhaps one of most enticing facets of Wallingford is the enthusiasm for food. The “What’s Cookin’ in Wallingford” fair is an annual event where vendors from various Wallingford Restaurants sample some of their menu items. Wallingford’s own take on Octoberfest is demonstrated through “The Great Wallingford Wurst Festival,” an event every fall which brings the community together for rides, live entertainment and, of course, bratwurst. Even when there is not a food festival happening, Wallingford has plenty to offer; it is home to the original location of the famous Dick’s Drive-In. The Seattle icon, known for having delicious and cheap burgers, has become the heart of the Wallingford neighborhood. Wallingford’s geographic location and reputation gives it a desirable setting for any type of person.

Listing information last updated on August 16th, 2017 at 3:44pm PDT.