GET TO KNOW Wedgwood
As far as north Seattle goes, Wedgwood is about as central as it gets, meaning there is easy access to countless parks, activities and dining outside the neighborhood's boundaries...but there's a LOT going on within those boundaries, too. Property values have increased here just as they have everywhere else, and density has made the neighborhood a patchwork of commercial and residential areas, and yet it maintains a certain old-school pride and character that residents in other neighborhoods lament has been lost in recent years. You know those P-Patches we love in Seattle? Wedgwood started them. You know that quirky vibe that people associate with the Pacific Northwest. Wedgwood still has it. (And yes...it really is spelled with one 'E.') No wonder it is the proud home of young families, older couples and young professionals alike.
WHERE TO SHOP
Satsuma: Possibly the cutest baby boutique ever. Don't have kids? You STILL won't leave without at least smiling.
WHERE TO CHILL
Cafe Javasti: Super delicish crepes, pastries and coffee and crisp contemporary ambiance.
WHERE TO BE OUTSIDE
Inverness Ravine Park: A quintessentially PNW park. It may be less than 3-acres, but being there transports you into another world.
WHERE TO EAT
Zaina Food Drinks and Friends: Family owned and operated mediterranean goodness.
WHERE TO DRINK
Wedgwood Alehouse & Cafe: An old-school pub that prides itself on its free pours, pub food, patio seating and bar games.
LIVE IN Wedgwood
$385 kCondo Avg.
$853 kSingle Family Avg.
$1,8452 Bedroom Rent