Live in Madison Park

With its small community atmosphere, boutiques and one-of-a-kind restaurant options, Madison Park and Madison Valley feature side-by-side neighborhoods with a unique, relaxed offering. Those living in Madison Park and visitors alike flock to the small lakeside beaches and fresh, grassy parks during the warmer days of the year, while enjoying cozy coffee shops and a quieter schedule once the late fall and winter hits.

Plenty of parks and public areas line the main thoroughfare of East Madison St., offering a compliment to the nearby Arboretum. In addition to parks and lakefront spaces along Lake Washington, Madison Park features some of the best views that the Pacific Northwest has to offer.

living in Madison Park

The homes and properties in Madison Park and Madison Valley tend to feature classic as well as modern architecture, with plenty of historic and iconic homes in the area. Lot sizes run slightly larger for many Madison Park properties than you might find elsewhere in the city of Seattle, offering options and a more nature-centric atmosphere.

Madison Park House

Although Madison Park is home to many summer-only residents, great shopping and dining are available year-round. The neighborhoods are only minutes from Downtown Seattle, with all of the entertainment and employment the city has to offer. Being somewhat removed from the downtown area, living in Madison Park and Madison Valley is a safe, refreshing retreat from the busy-ness felt in neighborhoods closer to downtown.

Looking to buy or sell your home in Madison Park? Click Here to contact Agent Vincent Mullally.

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