The North Admiral neighborhood is located in West Seattle. Condos for sale in North Admiral include foreclosures (bank-owned condos), short sales, and traditional resale and new construction condos.
North Admiral has a population of 18,717, and it's part of King County. North Admiral is #47 of 88 Best Neighborhoods to Raise a Family in Seattle and the #54 of 88 Best Neighborhoods to Live in Seattle. The Median Household Income is $127,395, and the rate of the Families with Children is 24%. For North Admiral Real Estate, 66% of the residents are homeowners, 34% are renters, Median Home Value is $719,278, and Median Rent is $1,757.
Are you looking for a place to walk with your dog? Visit Hamilton Viewpoint Park at 1120 California Way SW located northern North Admiral. Hamilton Viewpoint Park is a small park that features a great view of Sunset, Downtown Seattle, Cascade Mountains, and Elliott Bay. Another place to walk with your dog is Schmitz Preserve Park. It is at 5551 SW Admiral Way near Alki and Admiral Junction. Schmitz Preserve Park is a forested area with walking/hiking trails. In the south of Admiral Junction, you will find Hiawatha Playfield at 2700 California Ave SW. Hiawatha Playfield is a perfect place to spend time with family and friends. Hiawatha Playfield has basketball courts, soccer fields, football fields, baseball fields, tennis courts, a play area for kids, adult fitness equipment, wading pools, and restrooms.
Two of the schools serving the North Admiral neighborhood are in the north of Hiawatha Playfield. There's Lafayette Elementary School at 2645 California Ave SW. Lafayette Elementary School (206-252-9500, lafayettees.seattleschools.org) is the #282 of 1,168 Best Public Elementary Schools in Washington. It has a 17 to 1 student-teacher ratio and 420 students in grades PK-5. The second school you will find in the north of Hiawatha Playfield is The Andover School (206-935-0924, theandoverschool.com). It is a private Preschool at 2641 42nd Ave SW #118/119 located in Admiral Junction.
In the south of Hiawatha Playfield, you will find West Seattle High School at 3000 California Ave SW. West Seattle High School (206-252-8800, westseattlehs.seattleschools.org) is a highly rated public school with 1,029 students in grades 9-12, and it is the #73 of 419 Best Public High Schools in Washington. Another highly-rated public school in the southwest of Hiawatha Playfield is named Madison Middle School. Madison Middle School (206-252-9200, madisonms.seattleschools.org) has 951 students in grades 6-8, and it is the #86 of 514 Best Public Middle Schools in Washington.
Residents in North Admiral visit the area around the Admiral Junction for shopping and dining. If you want to buy pizza before or after the park stroll, you will find many options to choose from in Junction. There's Mioposto Pizzeria (206-466-2677, miopostopizza.com) in 2139 California Ave SW near California Place, Pizzeria 22 (206-687-7701, pizzeria22.com) in 4213 SW College St near Admiral Pub, Luciano's Pizza & Pasta (206-933-1193, lucianospizzawa.com) in 2341 California Ave SW near Admiral Theater, and Sopranos Antico Pizza & Pasta (206-596-3999) in 2348 California Ave SW near Ralph's Hair Place. To see today's condo listings in North Admiral, Seattle, please click the link below.
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North Admiral is a unique portion of the well-regarded Admiral neighborhood in West Seattle. North Admiral has a quaint yet classic feel, with local businesses, grocery stores, and restaurants creating a neighborhood center. The Admiral Theater, Hamilton Viewpoint Park, and many other local destinations make North Admiral a great location for beautiful homes and easy access to recreation.
North Admiral (or simply the Admiral District) is the oldest neighborhood in West Seattle, Washington. In the early 1900s, it was connected to Seattle by ferries and a cable car. These ferries included the paddle steamers City of Seattle and West Seattle.
The North Admiral district is the location of West Seattle High School, which is adjacent to Hiawatha Playfields and Community Center, the oldest community center west of the Mississippi. North Admiral is also home to Schmitz Preserve Park, 53.1 acres of old-growth forest traversed by 1.7 miles of hiking trails. The neighborhood name implies that it is at the north end of Admiral Way S.W.; however, Admiral Way runs east and west and crosses California Avenue S.W. north of the major junction at S.W. Alaska Street and California. Thus the name North Admiral combines the orientation to The Junction with the name of the main cross street.
The population of the area is approximately 22,241, based on the estimates of the U.S. Census.
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