Madison Park


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Named for the park that lies along the banks of Lake Washington at the end of East Madison Street, Madison Park has long been a popular destination to enjoy summer by the lake, especially given its proximity to the center of Seattle. Madison Park was always designed to be a retreat from the city, even its location is telling sitting at the end of the only street the connect the Puget Sound to Lake Washington. With it’s own retail core, Madison Park offers all the micro amenities that one could need with several blocks of shops and restaurants right by the shoreline.



As the neighborhood became more popular as a weekend escape, Madison Park luxury real estate took off. Waterfront properties in Madison Park offer docks on Lake Washington making swimming or kayaking a breeze. Lot sizes in Madison Park are slightly larger than the average in Seattle, and with a supportive community, picturesque views and lakefront parks its obvious why Madison Park is one of Seattle’s favorite neighborhoods. 



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Contact your Madison Park Compass real estate team, Reis Residential at (206) 931-6147. Top-rated realtor Chris Reis and Compass affiliate brokers are here to help you master the Madison Park real estate market in addition to the Greater Seattle housing market. 

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