With beautiful landscapes and its close proximity to downtown Seattle, Magnolia is considered one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Seattle. It's large well-manicured yards and equally regal homes interspered with parks and beaches provide a tranquil suburban feel for residents of the area.
The Magnolia neighborhood includes neighborhoods Lawton Park and Carlton Park.
Magnolia's homes range from quaint single-story homes to larger, multiple story homes ranging between 3,000 and 4,000 sqft. Many of these homes sit on the hills of Magnolia, overlooking Elliott Bay.
There are currently 8 single family homes for sale in Magnolia, Seattle and 4 condos for sale in Magnolia.
There are typically about 47 home and condo sales per month in the neighborhood.
$1,150,000 is the median price for single family homes sold in the last 6 months. 2,135 SQFT was the median house size which is $539 per square foot.
There are several condos in the Magnolia neighborhood including: Magnolia Vista, Aravita and Windy Hills Condos. Many of Magnolia's condos sit on either side of Thorndyke Ave W, a thoroughfare that runs from Elliott Bay to North Queen Anne. Thorndyke Ave W is also just a few blocks east of Magnolia Village, the neighborhood's downtown area.
There are only a few new homes sold in Magnolia each year. The majority of these are townhomes.
Magnolia is served by Seattle Public School District's Magnolia Elementary, McClure Middle School and Ballard High School. There also plenty of nearby private school options for residents of Magnolia.
The Magnolia neighborhood includes Discovery Park, Seattle's largest public park, with hiking options in Capehart Forest and the historic grounds of Fort Lawton. Other neighborhood parks include Magnolia Playfield and Ella Bailey Park. Magnolia Viewpoint along the water provides a beautiful, uninterrupted view of Puget Sound.
There are many commute options from Magnolia to Downtown Seattle, which include bus Route 24, a route that drops passengers right in the heart of Downtown Seattle via Elliot Ave. W. Bus Route 31 is also a great option for those traveling to the University of Washington.
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