A quiet, established neighborhood.

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  • what you’ll fall in love with

    The breathtaking, panoramic views of shimmering Lake Washington.

  • market

    Lots of single-family homes with beautiful yards.

  • What to expect

    Scenic, sidewalk-lined streets.

  • real talk

    You’ll find very limited options for groceries in the immediate neighborhood, but you don’t have to go far to reach PCC, Trader Joe’s, Safeway, Central Co-Op, and more.

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Madrona is a scenic, exclusive Seattle neighborhood nestled along the idyllic shores of Lake Washington. This neighborhood is mostly residential, but you’ll find a cute business district surrounding the intersection of E Union Street and 34th Ave. There are also lovely outdoor spaces to enjoy, including Madrona Park and Madrona Beach.

Pack a picnic and head to Madrona Beach for a mini stay-cation!


Median Home Price

Commute Times

  • 9mto Amazon Spheres

  • 30mto Amazon Spheres

  • 18mto Microsoft Redmond

  • 63mto Microsoft Redmond

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From the Neighbors

I love walking my dog along the picturesque streets while I admire everyone’s gardens. It’s such a peaceful setting!


Happy at Home Client

This neighborhood feels terrific. Quiet streets, 15 from downtown and 15 from Bellevue (without traffic). I can walk to way more restaurants than I can visit regularly - Thai, Turkish, French, Italian, Japanese - both at the top of the hill at 34th and Union and over at Madison and Lake Washington Drive. Lots of playgrounds, annual block parties, and I like my neighbors. I wish the City would pave the streets!


Happy at Home Client

Microsoft Shuttle is very nearby for me, and my wife works at Amazon. Both of us split the commute evenly, and both enjoy how quick it is. I love our neighborhood restaurants and shops. It feels like you know everybody as if it were a small town, but only 15 minutes to downtown Seattle. Great!


Happy at Home Client


Madrona has a charming, small-town vibe along 34th Ave and here you’ll find a few fantastic eateries—coffee shops, dessert spots, bistros, wine bars, and more are all in the mix. Hi-Spot Cafe is very popular for breakfast (prepare to wait in line, but it’s worth it!), and Cafe Soleil is a delicious choice for brunch (come back for dinner, too—they’ll be serving Ethiopian cuisine!). Locals also rave about Bottlehouse, Vendemmia, Naam Thai Cuisine, and of course, Cupcake Royale for dessert!


There are several smaller parks throughout the Madrona neighborhood, but the 31-acre Madrona Park and Beach is a definite highlight! The park includes a wooded area with paths that let you feel like you’re miles and miles away from the city, and the beach area is ready for summertime swimming.

Madrona Park in Seattle


Would you like to be able to ride your bike to work? If you are attracted to the idea of getting a little exercise of the two-wheeled type while reducing your carbon footprint, bicycling to work might be the answer. However, which neighborhood you live in can make this either impossible or a great and realistic option. Neighborhood Scout's analysis revealed that Seattle’s Madrona neighborhood is a fantastic option for bicycle commuters, and 8% of commuters here ride their bikes to and from work daily! That might not sound like a ton, but Madrona is in the top 1% of neighborhoods in the entire nation when it comes to having the most people who commute via bike!


Madrona is one of the more exclusive neighborhoods in the entire nation, and according to Neighborhood Scout, Madrona is more affluent than 99% of neighborhoods in America. Real estate here is exceedingly well-maintained and tends to maintain its value over time, and this is a true Blue Chip neighborhood.

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