Inspired by a birthday visit to Seward Park this last weekend and some absolutely glorious weather, I decided to profile the neighborhood! Seward Park is located in southeast Seattle and the park occupies all of the Bailey Peninsula, a prominent, forested peninsula that juts into Lake Washington and offers incredible opportunities for recreation and spectacular scenery, especially when you get lucky like I did and “the mountain is out”. 🙂
Seward Park (map) is bounded on the east and north by Lake Washington, on the south by South Kenyon Street, and on the west by the eastern boundaries of Columbia City, one of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods.
If you’re interested in visiting or living in Seward park, spend some time driving around and then go work up an appetite at Seward Park before indulging in some highly rated pies at Flying Squirrel pizza, or fuel up pre park at Both Ways Cafe.
Here is a snapshot of active listings in the Seward Park area and if you would like more details or have any questions just comment or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is another shameless plug of my adorable Olive enjoying the park and some of the beautiful forest area which also abounds!