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About Three Tree Point
The history of the Three Tree Point neighborhood in Burien dates back to the early 1900s when the first homes were built in the area. The name “Three Tree Point” refers to a prominent point of land that extends out into Puget Sound and is marked by three large trees.
Real estate development in Three Tree Point began in earnest after World War II, when returning soldiers and their families were looking for homes in the area. The post-war period saw a surge in suburban development across the United States, and Three Tree Point was no exception.
Many of the original homes in Three Tree Point were modest in size and design, reflecting the style of the era. However, as the area became more affluent, larger and more luxurious homes were built on the waterfront and throughout the neighborhood.
Today, Three Tree Point is a highly desirable neighborhood with a mix of historic and modern homes. Real estate values in the area have risen significantly in recent years, driven by the area’s scenic beauty, waterfront location, and proximity to downtown Seattle.