Wallingford

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Wallingford

Wallingford combines the quiet residential neighborhoods to the north with the youthful energy of the University District to the east, the arty flair of Fremont to the south, and the working class practicality of Ballard to the north. The main street, 45th Avenue, offers cheap eats, cafes, and fine dining. There are numerous pubs, but it’s considerably less rowdy than other nightlife destinations in Seattle. The liveliest bar on the stretch, Sea Monster Lounge, is a destination for lovers of soul and funk.

There is also plenty of retail, serving the dense mix of craftsman homes and apartment buildings throughout Wallingford. Its relative ease of access to Highway 99 and I-5 makes it convenient for those commuting north and south. The southern edge is residential until it hits the water, where it becomes a string of boatyards, marinas, restaurants and the stunning Gasworks Park. Here you’ll discover one of the most stunning views in the city!

AVERAGE COST

$485K

Condos

$1.56M

Houses

PHOTOS

OUR FAVORITES SPOTS

What a lovely shop, a very thoughtfully curated clothing and accessories, including indie and European brands!
An eclectic watering hole with nautical decor, patio seating and a kitchen serving snacks and flatbreads.
Grass and a wooded strip surround historic Gasworks structures, facing downtown across Lake Union.
A peaceful teahouse with a wide variety of loose leaf teas from around the world.
Fresh seafood and Mediterranean cuisine, bright, casual decor and a patio right on Lake Union.

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Recent Listings

SOLD! for $635,000

in 2 days

3333 Wallingford Ave N #305
Seattle, WA 98103
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2
705

SOLD! $685,000

5% above list in 4 days

4222 Winslow Pl N Unit B
Seattle, WA 98103
3
3.25
1,300
DivaLux, Sold

SOLD! $1,150,000

12% above list in 7 days

3817 Densmore Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
3
1.5
2,150