Seattle’s Cedar Park neighborhood is perhaps one of the best kept secrets in Seattle. Homes for sale in Seattle’s Cedar Park typically move fairly quickly due their tremendous location. Cedar Park’s eastern border is Lake Washington. Waterfront homes for sale in Cedar Park are much sought after because of great views and the many recreational opportunities afforded by Lake Washington.
Living on the water in Cedar Park
Waterfront homes are separated from the other homes by the popular Burke Gilman Trail (BGT) running 18 miles from Shilshole Bay in the City of Seattle to the City of Bothell where it intersects the Sammamish River Trail.
The “Cedar Park” name comes from the plats that subdivided the land along Lake Washington that had previously belonged to the Puget Mill Company. Many lots overlooking Lake Washington were occupied by vacation cottages from the 1920s to World War II. After 1945, the area developed as a single-family residential community, much of the growth in the community date from the 1950s- 1970s.
View homes in Cedar Park
Some of the residents of Cedar Park are extremely lucky, not only do they have great views of Lake Washington they also have views of Mt. Baker to the North and Mount Rainer to the South, view homes for sale in Cedar Park offer a wide varied of specular views.
The neighborhood is walking distance to the Lake City Business community which features one of the best Farmers Markets in Seattle other nearby shopping are Northgate and popular University Village.
Children living in Cedar Park would typical go to John Rogers Elementary School, middle school students attend Nathan Eckstein Middle School and high school students go to Nathan Hale High School.
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For any additional information regarding the Cedar Park area contact Adrian Willanger 206-909-7536. More….