GET TO KNOW Fauntleroy
Fauntleroy residents love the place they call home for its views and serenity. Not an urban buzz. This West Seattle neighborhood is secluded, but not isolated. Little nests of commerce like Morgan Junction are within walking distance. It's just a short drive to commercial areas like Westwood Village, Alaska Junction and White Center. Fauntleroy isn't just a sleepy hamlet. Residents enjoy a front-row seat to the stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and islands across Puget Sound. Home to the Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal and Seattle's "most multi-purpose park," Lincoln Park. Because of the ferry and Lincoln Park, Fauntleroy still has plenty of human activity in its public places. So it attracts sociable nature lovers who like being close to town. Just not so close that they can't feel fully embraced by the most stunning Pacific Northwest scenery and its playful shows of wildlife.
WHERE TO SHOP
Wildwood Market and Eatery: Part cafe, part local market, it's the perfect place to find a quick bite, a pantry essential, or even a little gift.
WHERE TO CHILL
The Birdhouse: Fauntleroy's adorable, local coffeehouse and a great place to get a simple and satisfying breakfast.
WHERE TO BE OUTSIDE
Lincoln Park: Acres of trails, play fields and playscapes, and picnic sites and a heated outdoor saltwater pool by the waterfront. And so. Much. More.
WHERE TO EAT
Endolyne Joe's: A family-friendly, unfussy eatery with a rotating seasonal menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
WHERE TO DRINK
Whisky West: Just north of Fauntleroy at Morgan Junction, it's a dream for lovers of Whisky, Bourbon, Scotch and other spirits.
LIVE IN Fauntleroy
$565 kCondo Avg.
$768 kSingle Family Avg.
$2,2242 Bedroom Rent