FROM THE SELLER
When I asked the homeowner what they’d miss most about living in this house, they said, “It’s location and accessibility to Greenwood Ave. with its wonderful restaurants, bars, shops, library, postoffice, fire department, churches, markets, etc. It’s a great walking neighborhood.”
“Green Lake is close and is a wonderful community park. The walkability of the neighborhood is very high. Anything that one might need or want to do is wishing walking distance.” Find Green Lake less than 2 miles away. This recreational area has trails, beach & boathouse, plus tennis courts, baseball fields & indoor pool. Adjacent to the park is the Green Lake Branch Library if you’re looking for something to read while hanging out under the trees in the park and if you need a little snack or something to cool you down on a warm summer day, Peet’s Coffee - coffee, blended drinks, tea and baked goods and Zoëyogurt - yummy frozen yogurt with many toppings.
“Coyle’s Bake Shop: everything. The Yard: Carnitas tacos and margaritas. FlintCreek: Mussels, martinis, steak, roasted squash and burrata, etc. Cornuto’s: Gnocchi, italian wine, pizza. The Ridge: pizza and beer. Herkimer Coffee.”
The seller also mentioned that there is the annual Greenwood Car Show - this years car show will be held on Saturday, June 29. Car fanatics can feast their eyes on more than 800 vintage rides and hot rods. There will be around 50 food and car related vendors + a kids zone. The street closes down and is open to all spectators. This event typically starts at 8 AM and wraps up around 4 PM.
If you need groceries, you won’t have to go far either, because Fred Meyer is in the same neighborhood and just down the street!