Walk Score: 55
Transit Score: 40
Bike Score: 49
Magnolia is another old neighborhood that totes some of Seattle's most beautiful homes. Set almost on an island of its own, needing to cross the Magnolia bridge over the northern sea ports to get there, Magnolia is a built out neighborhood feeling separate from the rest of the city. Set on a hill and surrounded by the Puget Sound you get stunning views unblocked by neighbors since their home sits higher or lower on the hill from yours. Magnolia has its own school and quaint old-style downtown. It's perfect for families and living a quieter life while still so close to the city.
Pure sophistication & unmatched quality presented by Green Canopy Homes. Targeting 5-Star Built Green & Net-Zero energy for twenty first century living. Enjoy soaring vie...
Listing courtesy of Windermere RE/Capitol Hill,Inc.
A very rare custom home near the Magnolia Village. Amazing open floor plan on the main and more formal spaces up and down for you, your guests or others. A heavenly ma...
Listing courtesy of Windermere Real Estate Co..
Minutes from downtown, "The Orchard House" was completely revived to the studs by PacWest Construction. New plumbing, electrical, roof, insulation and windows are just th...
Listing courtesy of Valere Real Estate.
What a darling cottage, all ready for it's new owners to put their own touch to it. Magnolia has a small town feel yet under 5 miles to Downtown Seattle & S Lake Union. I...
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Bain.
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