Beautiful homes and abundant character come to mind when summarizing the true vibe of the Wallingford neighborhood. Wallingford is located between the Green Lake neighborhood and the University District. Homeowners enjoy the peace and quietude of the tree lined residential streets and the fun vibrancy of North 45th St.
North 45th St is truly at the heart of Wallingford’s character. If you’re a food lover you will be in heaven as you make your way down this historic street. Molly Moons ice cream will absolutely change your life. Further east on 45th street you will arrive at one of Seattle’s most legendary eateries, Dick’s Drive-In. If you’ve ever been to Seattle and you haven’t had a Dick’s cheeseburger, you’re doing it wrong. Further South you can enjoy Seattle’s Gasworks Park situated at the north end of Lake Union with stunning views of Downtown Seattle.
Wallingford has a lot to offer in terms of food, night life, music and outdoor activities. The neighborhood is also conveniently located between Hwy 99 and Interstate 5 making travel to downtown and throughout western Washington a piece of cake. To round it out, property values in this neighborhood have remained consistently high, even during economic downturns.