Seattle's Alki Point Park & lighthouse


The Seattle Skyline at Night


Downtown Seattle's Pike Place Public Market


Washington State Bald Eagles

8 Washington State is home of the largest concentration of the National Bird, the Bald Eagle.

Gasworks Park overlooking Lake Union


Discovery Park in Magnolia outside of Seattle


Green Lake Park in Seattle Washington


Rowing the Montlake Cut in Seattle, Washington


Famous Pike Place Market Seafood


World's best seafood.

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Seattle Waterfront Real Estate

As the most populated city in the state of Washington, Seattle offers residents and visitors an unparalleled combination of urban amenities and waterfront attractions. Living in Seattle involves interacting with at least one body of water every day. Whether it be Lake Washington, Lake Union, or the Puget Sound, if you love life on the water and urban amenities, Seattle Waterfront living is for you!


Beginning with Alaskan Way, this 1.3 mile stretch along the Puget Sound is currently marked by the Washington State Ferry terminal to the South and Shilshole Marina to the north. The Waterfront Seattle Organization is striving to reconnect the 1.3 mile stretch of existing waterfront promenade to Elliott Bay and the Central Waterfront. We will be posting a number of articles on the Washington Waterfronts Blog as this project moves through the phases and becomes a reality.


West Seattle, Ballard, Downtown Seattle, and Magnolia are all neighborhoods with Puget Sound waterfront homes in Seattle. Because Lake Washington and Lake Union have many waterfront neighborhoods, we've created unique pages for the waterfront homes on those lakes, which you can view by clicking here: Lake Washington & Lake Union.

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