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Not all neighborhoods are feeling a chill. Greenwood had a humble beginning, known mostly for the cemetery and marsh it once was, but it has prospered in a uniquely Seattle way. For that reason, people who love Greenwood really love it. Their passion for Greenwood helped to push single family home price up by 18% in 2018 alone. Market time is still 7 days, and inventory is still too low with less than a months supply. Seattle's Greenwood neighborhood is still as has hot as it ever was.
That old Seattle vibe. Homes are a mix of turn-of-the-century individual homes, newer townhouses and mostly older condos with the exception of a couple buildings. Go to far north and you will loose sidewalks in this neighborhood. Schools are great and there is good access to major employers.
It can be a chore getting into downtown during traffic from Greenwood. You need to look closely at a homes basement and crawl space for water concerns too. But if you buy right you will love living in Greenwood. It's like Greenlake or Ballard, just more affordable.
Greenwood has all the features of Seattle's most popular neighborhoods but without the price normally associated with neighborhoods like Greenlake, Fremont, or Ballard. A little tip: Stay south of 91st if you like sidewalks. Greenwood's active residents sponsor many events throughout the year. Greenwood car show, Seafair parade, monthly art walks and The Taproot Theatre all help to create the attitude in Greenwood. A down-to-earth neighborhood that is uniquely Seattle. You'll likely fall in love with this little neighborhood that could.More people ride the bus in Greenwood each day to get to work than 98.5% of U.S. neighborhoods. Commuters in Greenwood ride their bikes to and from work on a daily basis in higher numbers then 95.4% of other neighborhoods in America.
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Humbler beginnings are hard to come by. Once called Woodland, Greenwood wasn't much more than a marsh and a cemetary at the start of the 20th century. Forty years later "Greenwood" was called the "Miracle Mile". Shops were and still are booming in Greenwood. Greenwood is far enough away, while oddly still close enough to downtown Seattle. All the flavor but none of the chaos of city life. Greenwood feels similar to Fremont, Ballard or Greenlake, only more affordable. Greenwood enjoys that nostalgic Seattle feel that everyone loves.