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One of Western Washington’s smallest municipalities, Hunts Point might well be the most desirable place to live on Lake Washington. Incorporated in 1955, Hunts Point is named after a Yarrow Point resident who bought the peninsula in 1890 to remove trees and thus improve his view. Before that it was a camping ground for the Sammamish Tribe while today it is home to around 400 lucky residents.
Living in Hunts Point, WA
What to Expect
Hunts Point is an extremely desirable town to live in. On a peninsula on the eastern side of Lake Washington, Hunts point is home to some of Washington’s most expensive real estate. Most homes are situated on the finger that protrudes into the lake and have waterfront exposure. It is worth noting that there is an animal control policy in Hunts Point, restricting households to two cats and two dogs.
Most homes enjoy waterfront access with docks on which to moor personal boats and even seaplanes. There is very little traffic on the peninsula leading to tranquility, particularly with the seclusions of the homes off the main road. Access to Seattle and Bellevue is highly convenient with the proximity to 520.
The Unexpected Appeal
Hunts Point is known for its lush greenery and tree canopy. To protect this wonderous natural resource, the City has enacted rules to regulate the cutting of trees. The net result is a sense of living in a forest in the heart of the Greater Seattle area.
You'll Fall in Love With
The retreat like setting in close proximity to some of the worlds biggest companies headquarters.
Included below are homes for sale in Hunts Point, Washington as well as recent data for Hunts Point real estate.
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