South Beacon Hill
GET TO KNOW South Beacon Hill
The farther south you go on Beacon Hill, the more strictly residential it becomes, but it is still not far from restaurants and activities, with the charm Columbia City a short drive to the east and Georgetown (and views of the Duwamish River and West Seattle) to the west. You still find many long-time residents and young families, many of whom are engaged in maintaining a sense of active community in the vicinity and with the rest of Beacon Hill. There is a focus on youth and outdoor activities, especially at Jefferson Park, the Beacon Food Forest and the Cheasty Greenspace. It's still close enough to town, too, that for parents wanting a night out, the heart of the city is in easy reach.
WHERE TO SHOP
MacPherson's Fruit and Produce: A breezy market brimming with fresh fruit, vegetables, juices, flowers, preserves and more.
WHERE TO CHILL
Yoga on Beacon: A large airy space with diverse classes, from stress relief and slow flow to intense immersion courses.
WHERE TO BE OUTSIDE
Cheasty Boulevard and Greenspace: Wetlands, walking trails and trees sprawling in parcels of park land over 40 acres on Beacon Hill's east slope.
WHERE TO EAT
Chandala Thai: Bright and clean ambiance, really good panang curry and plenty of other Thai essentials made fresh.
WHERE TO DRINK
Montis Grill: American style pasta and sammies, a full bar and local draft beers served in a contemporary setting
LIVE IN South Beacon Hill
$395 kCondo Avg.
$593 kSingle Family Avg.
$2,0002 Bedroom Rent