The Madison Park neighborhood is located in Central Seattle. Condos for sale in Madison Park include foreclosures (bank-owned condos), short sales, and traditional resale and new construction condos.
Madison Park is part of King County located west of Lake Washington and south of Evergreen Point Floating Bridge. It has a 7,539 population. 33% of the residents are renting, and 67% are owning their properties. The livability score of Madison Park is 69/100 (considered Average), ranked #39 neighborhood in Seattle, and ranked #175 neighborhood in Washington. The cost of living in this area is 52% higher than the Seattle average. Real Estate prices are 151% higher than the Seattle average. And the rental prices are 9% lower than the Seattle average.
Many top-rated schools are serving Madison Park. One of them is The Bush School in 3400 E Harrison St located south of Madison Park and west of Lakeview Park. The Bush School(206-322-7978, bush.edu) is the #6 of 73 best private high schools in Washington. The Bush School has an 8 to 1 student-teacher ratio and 629 students in grades K-12. Another top-rated school serving Madison Park is the Mc Gilvra Elementary School in 1617 38th Ave E located east of Broadmoor. Mc Gilvra (206-252-3160, mcgilvraes.seattleschools.org) is the #102 of 1,168 best public elementary schools in Washington. Mc Gilvra has a 16 to 1 student-teacher ratio and 243 students in grades K-5. If you're looking for a Catholic school, there's Holy Names Academy at 728 21st Ave E located southwest of Madison Park and north of Miller Park. Holy Names Academy (206-323-4272, holynames-sea.org) is the #3 of the 15 best Catholic high schools in Washington. Holy Names Academy has a 13 to 1 student-teacher ratio and 660 students in grades 9-12. Another top-rated public school is the Montlake Elementary School in 2409 22nd Ave E located west of Madison Park and west of Washington Park Arboretum UW Botanic Gardens. Montlake(206-252-3300, montlakees.seattleschools.org) is the #122 of 1,168 best public elementary schools in Washington. Montlake has a 15 to 1 student-teacher ratio and 252 students in grades K-5.
Other top-rated schools serving Madison Park are Stevens Elementary School in 1242 18th Ave East located south of Interlaken Park, and The Valley School in 318 30th Ave E #4819 located west of Lakeview Park. If you're looking for a grocery store, Madison Park has Bert's Red Apple Market (206-322-1330, bertsredapple.com) at 1801 41st Ave East located west of Madison Park Tennis Courts and near HomeStreet Bank. If you want to go shopping or dining, Madison Park has many shops and restaurants in E Madison St and near Madison Park Beach. One of the top-rated restaurants is the Cactus Madison Park at 4220 E Madison street in eastern Madison Park and near Red Wagon Toys. Cactus Madison Park (206-324-4140, cactusrestaurants.com) is a Tex-Mex restaurant that offers fajitas, enchiladas, and tacos. And if you're looking for a pizza place after visiting Madison Park Beach, The Independent Pizzeria (260-860-6110, theindiepizzeria.com) is available at 4235 E Madison St near Cactus Madison Park. See all condo listings in Madison Park, Seattle on the link below.
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Madison Park and its neighbors housed many of Seattle's founding power families. The neighborhood and nearby enclaves of Washington Park, Broadmoor and Denny-Blaine have attracted Seattle's wealthiest families for generations. Beach parks, waterfront condos, and stately mansions line Madison Park's streets, with a particularly residential feel, separated from the bustle of downtown Seattle while just a short drive away.
Madison Park is a neighborhood in east central Seattle, Washington, USA, named after the city park at the foot of E. Madison Street on the Lake Washington shore. It is bounded on the east by Lake Washington; on the south by the intersection of Lake Washington Boulevard E. and 39th Avenue E., beyond which is Denny-Blaine; on the west by Lake Washington Boulevard E.; and on the north by Union Bay. Washington Park and the private Broadmoor community and golf course are subunits within Madison Park. The neighborhood's main thoroughfares are E. Madison Street (northeast- and southwest-bound) and McGilvra Boulevard E. (north- and southbound).
Madison Park in the early 1900s was a popular destination for people who lived in Downtown Seattle and continues to draw from Capitol Hill and beyond, especially on warmer days. Though very close to the city center, it was seen as a summer getaway, with a cable car leading over the hills to the lake, park, swimming beach and ferries to destinations across Lake Washington.
Today, Madison Park is an upscale residential community with a number of restaurants and eateries.
Madison Park's Pioneer Hall (also known as Washington Pioneer Hall) is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, ID #70000645.
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