Magnolia Homes For Sale - Seattle

Find all Magnolia homes for sale in Seattle, Washington. The Magnolia neighborhood is, in area and size, the second largest neighborhood of Seattle and is located on a hilly peninsula northwest of the central business district of Seattle. The Magnolia neighborhood is home to Discovery park, Seattle's largest park, which contains various wildlife and seven miles of trails. Median price homes for sale in the Magnolia community range from $500,000 to well over $1 million. Search all Magnolia home listings for sale, or read more information about Magnolia real estate. 

Seattle Magnolia Real Estate Market StatisticsAugust 20, 2017
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$466.33
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$895,000
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Magnolia Real Estate Market

Magnolia, acting as the second largest neighborhood by area, is also one of the oldest parts of the city, having been a part of Seattle since 1891. In many ways, homes for sale in Magnolia have somewhat of a secluded feel, as the neighborhood occupies a hilly peninsula that sits northwest of downtown Seattle. Furthermore, Magnolia is only accessible by one of three bridges that cross over the BNSF Railway tracks, which also act as the neighborhood’s eastern borderline. But even despite Magnolia’s heavily traveled railways and isolated location, many still consider the area to be a great place to call home for a wide variety of reasons.

First, the 534-acre Discovery Park is situated on Magnolia’s northwest corner, which contains nearly 12 miles of walking trails, plenty of open beaches, and some of the best spots to take in views and outlooks of the Puget Sound. Fisherman’s Terminal, located directly on Salmon Bay near the 15th Street Bridge, is also located near Magnolia, and is one of the best places in Seattle to walk the docks, experience the local fishing culture, and even buy some fresh seafood that was just caught earlier in the day.

Aside from a small little stretch of McGraw Street at 33rd Avenue, much of the Magnolia neighborhood is primarily residential however, which is exactly what those who live here love most about it. A charming neighborhood that’s known most for its parks and fishing docks, nothing says Seattle more than living right here in the one-and-only Magnolia.

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Listing information last updated on Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 4:22 AM PST.