About Seward Park
The Seward Park neighborhood was originally inhabited by the Duwamish people, who fished and hunted in the area for thousands of years. In the late 19th century, the land was purchased by developers who saw the potential for a residential community. The neighborhood was officially annexed to the city of Seattle in 1907.
The Seward Park neighborhood is known for its beautiful homes and tree-lined streets. The neighborhood includes a mix of architectural styles, including Craftsman, Tudor, Colonial, and modernist designs. The real estate market in Seward Park is highly competitive, with many homes receiving multiple offers.
The neighborhood is popular with families and professionals who appreciate its quiet streets, access to outdoor activities, and proximity to downtown Seattle.