Bordering the eastern shores of Lake Union north of downtown, Eastlake is home to one of Seattle’s largest houseboat populations. Recognized as a Seattle neighborhood in the 1890s, Eastlake became a hub of industry. Boeing’s first factory was located here. In 1962, Interstate 5 was pushed through, forever changing the Eastern edge of Eastlake. The neighborhood is a charming and eclectic mix of houseboats, single-family homes, apartments, townhouses, condos and small businesses. Eastlake Avenue offers a variety of coffee shops, restaurants and retail. Over the past twenty years, residents of Eastlake have worked hard to conserve the character of the neighborhood by planting trees along its’ streets and developing shoreline parks.
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For Sale|2,520 sqft|3 beds|1 bath|0.0487 acres|#NWM2029177
John L. Scott, Inc.
For Sale|2,720 sqft|5 beds|3.5 baths|0.101 acres|#NWM2032640
Coldwell Banker Danforth
Pending|1,130 sqft|2 beds|1 bath|0.0275 acres|#NWM2029313
Windermere RE Greenwood
For Sale|2,190 sqft|2 beds|2.25 baths|0.0333 acres|#NWM2026562
Windermere Real Estate Midtown
For Sale|2,218 sqft|3 beds|3 baths|0.0361 acres|#NWM2028273
Pending|1,095 sqft|2 beds|2 baths|#NWM2026164
For Sale|1,159 sqft|2 beds|1.75 baths|#NWM2006725
Windermere RE North, Inc.