The Windermere neighborhood is located in North Seattle. Condos for sale in Windermere include foreclosures (bank-owned condos), short sales, and traditional resale and new construction condos.
Windermere has a population of 7,574, the Median Age is 37.4, and the Families with kids under 18 are 42%. Windermere Livability Score is 82/100 (considered exceptional). It ranked #5 neighborhood in Seattle and #26 neighborhood in Washington. For Windermere Employment, the Median Household Income is $149,004, and the Unemployment rate is 3%. And for Windermere Housing, the Median Home Value is $1,224,679, the Median Rent is $1,773, and the homeownership is 71%.
One of the schools serving Windermere is Sand Point Elementary School (sandpointes.seattleschools.org) at 6208 60th Ave NE. It is the #475 of 1,168 Best Public Elementary Schools in Washington and 221 students in grades PK-5 with a ratio of 13 students to 1 teacher. 52% of students are proficient in Reading, and 47% are proficient in Math. Some parents in Windermere send their children to a private and Catholic school like Villa Academy (thevilla.org) at 5001 NE 50th St. Villa Academy has 373 students in grades PK-8 with a ratio of 9 students to 1 teacher.
Other schools serving the neighborhood are View Ridge Elementary School and Laurelhurst Elementary School. View Ridge Elementary School (viewridgeschool.org) is at 7047 50th Ave NE. It is the #100 of 1,168 Best Public Elementary Schools in Washington and has 473 students in grades PK-5 with a ratio of 17 students to 1 teacher. Laurelhurst Elementary School (laurelhurstes.seattleschools.org) is at 4530 46th Ave NE. It is the #227 of 1,168 Best Public Elementary Schools in Washington and has 308 students in grades K-5 with a ratio of 14 students to 1 teacher.
Residents in Windermere enjoy recreational activities like playing tennis, swimming at the lakefront beach, and having a picnic party with friends and family. Residents visit the large park named Warren G. Magnuson Park at 7400 Sand Point Way NE. Magnuson Park features swimming areas, picnic sites, tennis courts, soccer fields, a play area for kids, baseball fields, and hiking trails. There's no business district in Windermere. Locals have easy access to the business district along Sandpoint Way. If you're planning to buy pizza before going to the park, head to Pagliacci Pizza (pagliacci.com) at 6224 Sand Point Way NE near Sand Point Elementary School. To see today's condo listings in Windermere, Seattle, please click the link below.
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Windermere is a perfectly-manicured neighborhood just north of Laurelhurst in NE Seattle. From its impressive entry to the lakeside multi-million dollar mansion, Windermere is a classically-designed neighborhood. Large lots, wide streets, and beautiful views make Windermere the kind of neighborhood where generations of families keep coming back to reside.
Windermere is a residential neighborhood in Seattle, Washington, named after Windermere in England's Lake District. It is bounded on the north by Magnuson Park, part of Sand Point; on the northwest by Sand Point Way N.E., beyond which is Hawthorne Hills; on the southwest by Ivanhoe Place N.E., beyond which is Laurelhurst; and on the southeast by Lake Washington. The area has been a part of Seattle since 1910.
The neighborhood is home to the National Archives at Seattle, which is located on Sand Point Way (State Route 513).
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