Beautifully remodeled mid century classic across the street from Lincoln Park. Interior upgrades include new kitchen cabinets, vinyl windows, hardwood flooring, designer ...
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Lincoln Park is one of West Seattle’s crown jewels. The sprawling recreational area extends from the Ferry Dock up to the scenic Beach Drive neighborhood. While Coleman Pool is known citywide for saltwater swimming and sun bathing with a Puget Sound view, the wading pond on the northern edge of Lincoln Park is a free alternative for kids and toddlers. Covered picnic areas and grills along the water edge and up near the playground can be reserved through the Park District. The zip line, built for adults and children, is worth standing in line for. The residential neighborhoods to the east and west of Lincoln Park go by the names Fauntleroy, Endolyne, Brace Point and Marine View. Red brick mid century homes are popular here, as are ramblers, Seattle Boxes (also called Four Squares), Craftsman Bungalows and Moderns. Some homes, built atop or into the hillside along California Ave. SW offer residents panoramic views of Lincoln Park, Puget Sound, Vashon and the Olympic Mountains.