The Mount Baker neighborhood is located in South Seattle. Condos for sale in Mt Baker include foreclosures (bank-owned condos), short sales, and traditional resale and new construction condos.
Mount Baker has a population of 12,353, the Families with Children are 28%, and it's part of King County. The Livability Score of Mount Baker is 58/100. It ranked #69 neighborhood in Seattle and #278 neighborhood in Washington. For Mount Baker Employment, the Median Household Income is $115,549, and the Unemployment rate is 4%. For Real Estate, the Median Home Value is $725,850, the Median Rent is $1,364, and the homeownership is 64%. And the Mount Baker Transportation Statistic, 57.8% are Workers who drive to work, 19.8% are Workers who take public transit, and 8.8% are Workers who carpool.
One of the highly-rated public schools serving the Mount Baker neighborhood is Franklin High School (franklinhs.seattleschools.org) at 3013 S Mt Baker Blvd. It is the #1 of 24 Niche Standout High Schools in Washington with 1,232 students in grades 9-12 and a ratio of 19 students to 1 teacher. 70% of students are proficient in Reading, and 54% are proficient in Math. Other locals send their children in grades K-5 to John Muir Elementary School (muires.seattleschools.org) at 3301 S Horton St. John Muir Elementary School is the #310 of 1,329 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Washington with 331 students and a ratio of 13 students to 1 teacher. Another public school serving 430 students in grades PK-5 is Hawthorne Elementary School (hawthornees.seattleschools.org) at 4100 39th Ave S. Hawthorne is the #337 of 1,179 Best Public Elementary Schools in Washington.
Residents love the neighborhood for many reasons. Bikers enjoy the lakefront view while cycling along Lake Washington Boulevard. Other residents spend time with their families and friends for recreational activities like playing outdoor games, fishing, swimming, and hiking in Mount Baker Park (2521 Lake Park Dr. S). Mount Baker Park offers tennis courts, picnic sites, a play area for kids, fishing areas, swimming beaches, and hiking trails. If you want to buy pizza before or after the outdoor adventure, visit the most popular pizza place in the area, called Mioposto Pizzeria (miopostopizza.com) at 3601 S McClellan St. Mioposto serves wood-fired pizzas, brunch, dinner, desserts, cocktails, and a kid's menu. They also have happy hour from 4-6 pm daily. To see today's condo listings in Mt Baker, Seattle, please click the link below.
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Mt Baker is a waterfront South Seattle neighborhood on Lake Washington at the I-90 crossing. Sitting at the Mount Baker tunnel entrance, the West end of Mt Baker has a significant number of retail and entertainment options, while the residential neighborhood to the East near the lake has a much quieter vibe. Views of Lake Washington and the Cascade mountains are available to many Mt Baker homes. The neighborhood has easy access to local parks and the Seafair hydroplane races are centered on the beaches of the Mt Baker/Columbia shoreline.
Mount Baker is a neighborhood in southeast Seattle. The neighborhood's name comes from the view of Mount Baker in Whatcom County, that is seen by looking north over Lake Washington. It is bounded by Lake Washington to the east, Interstate 90 and then Leschi to the north, Rainier Valley to the west, and Columbia City to the south. The neighborhood has a community club and a rowing team. It hosts Seattle's annual Seafair, which includes an airshow featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, hydroplane races, a fireworks show, and other festivities. Franklin High School and Garfield High School serve this area. It is part of Seattle's South End.
The Mount Baker Community Club is a volunteer non-profit neighborhood association located next to Mount Baker Park. The organization hosts community and private events at the Mount Baker Community Clubhouse, as well as park and open space stewardship programs around the Mount Baker neighborhood. In addition, the organization publishes a newsletter to support members with community news, events and historical interest stories.
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