PUGET SOUND WATERFRONT
MAGNOLIA Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms:
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Stunning Puget Sound Waterfront
Magnolia Living A life of fun, easy and views!
Wake up to panoramic views of the Sound, Olympics & Mt. Rainier, 4 legged/2 fin swimmers, Freighters, Sunsets beyond imagination, star lit. Nana glass doors open to major deck (4 more).
You & Nature A life of fun, easy and views! A thrill. Lower level sliding door can divide BR. .. presto, office or night study. Cherry floors, vaulted ceils, Centralvac, A/C. 365 Day vacation!
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Popular destinations and their distances from this home. »» Microsoft Redmond- 16.2 mi »» Amazon Seattle- 4.2 mi »» Google Kirkland- 13.8 mi »» UW Stadium- 7 mi »» Seattle City Center- 3.2 mi »» Boeing Renton- 20.3 mi »» SeaTac- 17.8 mi 21
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FACES AND PLACES
the faces and places of MAGNOLIA WA
MAGNOLIA is located on a peninsula west of Queen Anne Hill,
south of the Ballard Locks, and only minutes from downtown Seattle, Magnolia with its natural boundaries has a special feeling of being an island. Accessible by three bridges, Magnolia is a special place to live and visit, yet it still retains a small town atmosphere where you can easily get to know your neighbors. Although Magnolia trees line the main shopping area along West McGraw Street, the naming of Magnolia was actually a case of mistaken identity. While out at sea, Captain Vancouver saw the huge Madrona trees atop the bluffs on the south end of the peninsula and noted in the ship’s log “Magnolias.” An active group is working to save the remaining madronas on the bluff. The natural beauty, lovely vistas, and parks combine to give Magnolia the unique quality that attracts visitors from all over the world. On Magnolia’s south end, you will find Magnolia Park overlooking Puget Sound, Mount Rainier, and the city skyline. The park provides a picnic area and tennis courts across the street. Also within Magnolia are Smith Cove and the marina. Discovery Park, on Magnolia’s northwest side, encompasses 534 acres and is Seattle’s largest park. The park is home to eagles, herons, falcons, foxes, and beavers. Seven miles of trails provide visitors with a wilderness experience and serene views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. Parts of Fort Lawton, such as the officer’s homes and historic buildings, remain. Adjacent to Discovery Park is West Point Lighthouse. It was built in 1881 and is the oldest lighthouse in the Puget Sound area. Walking trails descend to two miles of beach and the lighthouse from the park. In keeping with Seattle’s penchant for coffee, Magnolia currently has numerous well known coffee establishments. Magnolia’s business districts are home to many specialty stores and professional services, some of Seattle’s top award winning restaurants, and industrial and marine services. www.magnoliachamber.org
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