Seattle Madison Park Residents


Seattle has been ranked the hottest housing market of the year 2017 for 16 months in a row. Many neighborhoods have reached median home prices over one million dollars. Though the inventory remains low, prices are expected to continue rising. According to Zillow, home values will increase another 5.4 percent in 2018. Madison Park and Washington Park saw less sales this month and small price decreases.

Madison Park had 38 sales in total in both 2016 and 2017. The median price for a home sold for $1,528,000 last year compared to $1,262,500 in 2016. The highest single-family home sale in the Madison Park area was $3,200,000. There were ten less condo sales in 2017 compared to 2016 (37 vs 27).  The median sale price jumped from $490,000 (2016) to $639,995 (2017). The highest sale for a condo was $2,155,000. There are currently 2 active listings in Madison Park, one single family home and one condo. There are 0 pending.

Washington Park had 24 sales last year, compared to 19 in 2016. The median sales price for a single-family home dropped to $1,876,250 from $1,998,000. The highest single-family home sale was $4,000,000 and the lowest was $770,000. There were 0 condominium sales last year, compared to 2 in 2016. There are currently 5 active listings and 0 pending.

With such a highly competitive market, professional knowledge and guidance is crucial when you’re looking for your new home in Seattle. Our team of experienced, customer-focused brokers and leasing agents can help you navigate the process and find your next dream home. Contact us to get started!

As the temperature starts to slowly drop, sale prices in Madison Park continue to rise. There were 4 single-family homes sold last month, compared to 3 in August 2016. The highest list price last month was $2,370,000 and sold for $2,368,000. In August 2016, the highest list price was $1,495,000 and sold for $1,545,000. According to the Northwest Multiple Listing Service, the median home price in Madison Park is at a high of $1,528,000, $243,000 more than August 2016.

Condominium sales are also showing strength in the Madison Park neighborhood. Like single-family homes, condos had one more sale last month than August 2016. The average sold price has jumped from $555,500 (2016) to $679,800 (2017). The median price for a condo is now up to $697,000, double than where numbers were in August 2016. The cumulative days on market have dropped from 28 days to just 13 days.

Washington Park is keeping up with Madison Park is the market with their rising prices! The highest list price last month was $4,330,000 and sold for $4,000,000. In August 2016, the highest list price was $1,750,000 and sold for $1,925,000. The median list price has increased from $1,860,000 (2016) to $3,035,000.

There are currently 11 active listings in Madison Park and 8 pending. In Washington Park, there are 4 active listings and 0 pending. For more information about real estate in Seattle contact Ewing and Clark or stop by our office at 4108 E Madison Street!


Join thousands of participants and supporters as they come together to support the fight against cancer through Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center! Run (or walk) along the western shore of Lake Washington, while also taking part in the 10K Run, Zillow 5K Run/Walk, or the Berts Apple Market Kids’ Run!

All donations and a portion of event proceeds will benefit Seattle’s Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

All participants and supporters can enjoy food, music, and the fun at the Party-In-The Park at the Finish Line!

Saturday, June 10

  • 9:00am-1:00pm – Packet Pick-up at Madison Park Starbucks

Sunday, June 11

  • 6:30-8:30am – Shuttle bus service from Madison Park to Ferdinand Park for 10K Run starting line.
  • 6:30-7:30am – Shuttle bus service from Madison Park to Leschi Park for the Zillow 5K Run/Walk starting line.
  • 7:30am – Last bus leaves Madison Park for Leschi Park for Zillow 5K Run/Walk starting line.
  • 7:00-8:00am – Registration and packet pick-up at Leschi Park for Zillow 5K Run/Walk.
  • 7:00-9:00am – Registration and packet pick-up at Ferdinand Park for 10K Run.
  • 8:15am – Last bus leaves Madison Park for Ferdinand Park for 10K Run starting line. Start time for Zillow 5K Run at Leschi Park, followed by Zillow 5K Walk.
  • 8:45-11:30am – Party-in-the-Park at Madison Park.
  • 9:00am – Start time for 10K Run at Ferdinand Park.
  • 10:00am – Awards ceremony and raffle drawing at Madison Park.
  • 10:15am – Start time for BERT’S Red Apple Market Kids’ Run in Madison Park.
  • 10:30am – Post-race raffle begins

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This month’s Madison Park Community Council meeting will feature a presentation on emergency preparedness by Public Education Coordinator JoAnn Jordan from the Seattle Office of Emergency Management. She will cover what to do in the event of an earthquake or other disaster, including what supplies to have on hand, how to stay safe during a disaster, and how to organize yourself and others afterward. The regular community council board meeting will follow.

The meeting will be held at the Bath House (1900 43rd Ave. E) and begins at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, November 3.