The Denny Blaine neighborhood is located in Central Seattle. Condos for sale in Denny Blaine include foreclosures (bank-owned condos), short sales, and traditional resale and new construction condos.
One of the schools serving Denny Blaine is The Bush School (bush.edu/page / 206.326.7733) in 3400 E Harrison St in the west of Lakeview Park. It is a K-12 top-rated private school with 629 students. The Valley School (thevalleyschool.org / 206.328.4475) is another school in Denny Blaine located at 318 30th Ave E #4819 in the west of Harrison Ridge. It is a Pre-K, K-5 private school with 104 students. Epiphany School (epiphanyschool.org / 206.323.9011) is also available at 3611 E Denny Way west of Denny Blaine Lake Park. It is a Pre-K, K-5 private school with 236 students. Other schools near Denny Blaine are Seattle Amistad School (seattleamistadschool.org / 206.325.3172) at 1625 19th Ave in the east of Madison St near Cayton Corner Park. It is a Pre-K, K-3 private school with 84 students. Meany Middle School (206.413.2100) in 301 21st Ave E located north of Miller Playfield and it is an above-average public school with 494 students in grades 6-8, and Seattle Word School (seattleschools.org / 206.252.2200) in 1700 E Union St located east of T.T. Minor Playground and it is a public school with 242 students in grades 6-12. The nearest public library is Madrona-Sally Goldmark Branch at 1134 33rd Ave in the north of Madrona Playground.
If you're one of the fans of the songwriter and musician named Kurt Cobain, you may want to visit Kurt Cobain's Benches located in Viretta Park (151 Lake Washington Blvd E). The musician used to sit in that area to write songs and spend some time. The fans went to the place decorated the two original benches with letters, lyrics, names, poems, and flowers to give tribute. And fans gather every year (April 8 - the death anniversary of Cobain) to honor the musician.
Denny Blaine is part of King County, with a 6,857 population, and is located north of Madrona and south of Washington Park. Denny Blaine is also known as Harrison, and it is one of the best neighborhoods to live in Seattle. 25% of the people in Denny Blaine are renters, and 75% are homeowners. It ranked #31 neighborhood in Seattle (Excellent Livability Score) and the #129 neighborhood in Washington. The cost of living in this neighborhood is 42% higher than the Seattle average. Rental prices are 73% higher than the Seattle average, and Real Estate prices are 105% higher than the Seattle average. To see today's condo listings in Denny Blaine, Seattle, please click the link below.
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Denny-Blaine is one of Seattle's most historic waterfront enclaves. A tiny stretch of the Eastern Seattle shoreline on Lake Washington, some of the most affluent of Seattle's residents and some of the most ornate of Seattle's homes reside within Denny-Blaine. Named after its developers, Elbert F. Blaine and Charles L. Denny, one can feel a sense of Seattle's history in touring the neighborhood.
Denny-Blaine (also known as Harrison) is a neighborhood in east central Seattle, Washington. It is bounded on the east by Lake Washington; on the south by E. Howell Street, beyond which is Madrona; on the west by 32nd Avenue, beyond which is Madison Valley; and on the north by Lake Washington Boulevard E., Hillside Drive E., and E. Prospect Street, beyond which are Washington Park and Madison Park.
The neighborhood's main thoroughfares are E. Denny Way and E. Harrison Street (east- and westbound) and Dorffel Drive E. and Lake Washington and McGilvra Boulevards E. (north- and southbound). Denny-Blaine Park is on the Lake Washington waterfront at the foot of E. Denny-Blaine Place.
The Denny-Blaine neighborhood is one of the most affluent and exclusive neighborhoods in Seattle.
The neighborhood is named after its developers, Elbert F. Blaine and Charles L. Denny, who began subdividing the area in 1910. Denny was the son of Seattle pioneer Arthur Denny.
On April 8, 1994, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain was found dead at his home at 171 Lake Washington Blvd. E. The greenhouse in which he was found was later razed by his wife Courtney Love; the house and property were subsequently sold to a private party. A memorial to the iconic musician is located adjacent to the house in Viretta Park; numerous messages and dedications have been carved into wooden benches there.
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