The Seward Park neighborhood is named for the park that sits on a tiny peninsula in southeast Seattle.

The neighborhood sits east of Columbia City, west of Seward Park and Lake Washington, south of Mount Baker and north of Rainier Valley. The neighborhood is easily accessed from Rainier Avenue and Lake Washington Boulevard. Small commercial districts with restaurants, coffee shops, and amenities can be found throughout the neighborhood. On the Rainier Avenue side of Seward Park, you’ll find quaint Northwest bungalows, and on the Lake Washington side, many of the homes have impressive views of the lake and Mount Rainier.

 

Click below for my video tour of the neighborhood:

On the Road with Roger in Seward Park

Street Beat: Seward Park

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