Welcome to the top of Lake Washington in Kenmore. Have you been searching for a sunny, spacious, and private patch of land that is also mere minutes to shopping and commuting options? Then look no further, this 1.61 acre parcel may just be the one. You’ll appreciate how much potential this home and lot offers its next owner.
Love mid-century details? Built in 1947, this home was ahead of its time. Wood ceilings, exposed beams that extend to the exterior, and open spaces are all hallmarks of mid-century architecture that draw us in. Large picture windows bring in natural light throughout the day and views to the secluded, sunny backyard.
Summer is calling and so is this sunny backyard with some views of Lake Washington. The spacious back deck is the perfect spot for entertaining, or just watching the hummingbirds as they make their rounds throughout the garden. Last updated in the 70’s, the home is ready for an upgrade that aligns with its modern roots. Restore this gem and create your own slice of paradise.
Looking for a more ambitious project? This lot is the perfect destination to build your dream home. Views of Lake Washington would be captured by thinning the trees and going up a story. We can picture a lovely new home with a rooftop deck to really take advantage of views of Lake Washington. With so much potential, what will you do? Not sure? Not a problem. Live in the home while you decide.
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Log Boom Park is a nearly four-acre waterfront park provides access to Kenmore’s Lake Washington waterfront. The public dock is a fantastic place to watch the seaplanes land, toss out a line for fishing or simply enjoy the sunset. Other features include the Kenmore History Path, playground area, picnic tables, access to the Burke-Gilman Trail, daytime moorage, and restroom facility. During the summer, enjoy the water by renting kayaks and stand-up paddleboards.
Lyon Creek Waterfront Preserve is nearly a one-acre passive park located across from Lake Forest Park Town Center. It includes 100 feet of Lake Washington shoreline and 250 feet of Lyon Creek. Enjoy a quiet moment on the dock down by the lake, or take a few minutes to look for salmon swimming in Lyon Creek. Lyon Creek originates in wetlands in south Snohomish County. The creek flows around and under Lake Forest Park Town Center – to meet Lake Washington in this park. For salmon that leave the Sammamish River and enter Lake Washington, this is the first creek mouth they encounter. Lyon Creek itself is named after a family who owned several adjacent lakefront properties in the late 1800‘s.
Northshore Summit Park is a 3.6 acre neighborhood park containing walking trails, open lawn areas for informal play, two children’s play areas, picnic tables, picnic benches, sitting boulders, general landscaping and wetlands and wooded areas.
The University of Washington Bothell is a public university in nearby Bothell. It is a campus of the University of Washington. The campus was established in 1990 and is located just northwest of the junction of Interstate 405 and State Route 522.