The Pinehurst neighborhood experienced much of its growth in the 1940-1960s as the city limits started to push both the south and north boundaries further from the city’s core. Much of northeast Seattle is very walkable and very well designed leaving many wooded areas while the areas around them were being developed. The neighborhoods, almost always, were developed around a “playfield” or a family gathering place.
Pinehurst has a community pea patch and two neighborhood parks, Pinehurst Playfield and Pinehurst Pocket Park, and the neighborhood is bounded on the north by Jackson Park and Thornton Creek Park. The Pinehurst residential areas are conveniently located between two major shopping areas the Northgate Mall and Lake City home to one the biggest Farmers’ Markets in the area.
The popularity of the Pinehurst neighborhood is due to its close proximity to down town Seattle, the University of Washington, major medical centers, schools, restaurants and professional services.
Home prices in the Pinehurst neighborhood range from $249,000 to $545,000 with a nice mix of ramblers and two story designs available.
Form more specific information about the Pinehurst neighborhood or for housing information contact Adrian Willanger 206 909-7536.
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