The Broadview neighborhood is located in North Seattle. Condos for sale in Broadview include foreclosures (bank-owned condos), short sales, and traditional resale and new construction condos.
Looking for more options?
Search by building name, floor, HOA dues, and more in the Detailed Condo Search.
Broadview runs along the Northwest border of Seattle on Puget Sound's shoreline. Waterfront homes, mostly on high-bank bluffs, dot the shoreline of Broadview's priciest enclaves, with a number of multi-acre, multi-million dollar homes on the Sound. Inland, Broadview has a fair number of less-expensive homes in similarly-quiet locations. Serviced by the retail establishments on Greenwood Ave, Broadview feels like an escape from the city, especially in its furthest-north coastal local, Llandover-by-the-Sound.
The Broadview neighborhood is located in North Seattle. Homes for sale in Broadview include foreclosures (bank-owned homes), short sales, new construction, and traditional resale homes. Home styles range from condos to townhomes and single-family homes.
Broadview is bounded on the west by Puget Sound; on the north by the Seattle city limits at N.W. 145th Street, beyond which is the Highlands community in the city of Shoreline; on the east by Greenwood Avenue N., beyond which lies the neighborhood of Bitter Lake; and on the south by Carkeek Park, beyond which, from west to east, are the neighborhoods of Blue Ridge, Crown Hill, and Greenwood.
The name "Broadview" was given to the neighborhood because of its panoramic views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains, which can be viewed to the west from its steep, westerly hillsides.
Farmers began to settle in Broadview and neighboring Bitter Lake in June 1889, after the Great Seattle Fire. These farmers had to float their goods into Seattle via the Puget Sound, because there were no roads at the time. Eventually, logging began in the area.
More information about:
Back to: All North Seattle Neighborhoods