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The Madrona neighborhood in Seattle is named after the commonly found Madrona tree, a beautiful broadleaf evergreen tree, with rich orange-red bark that peels away on the mature wood, leaving a greenish, silvery appearance that has a satin sheen and smoothness. The exposed wood sometimes feels cool to the touch. In spring, it bears sprays of small bell-like flowers, and in autumn, red berries.
The Madrona neighborhood is a mostly residential area in east central Seattle. It is bounded on the east by Lake Washington waterfront; on the south by E. Cherry Street, beyond which is Leschi; on the west by Martin Luther King, Jr. Way, beyond which is the Central District; and on the north by E. Howell Street, beyond which is Denny-Blaine.
The neighborhood's main thoroughfares are E. Union and E. Cherry Streets (east- and westbound), Madrona Drive (northwest- and southeast-bound), and 34th Avenue and Lake Washington Boulevard (north- and southbound). It is home to Madrona Park.
The Leschi neighborhood in Seattle was named after Chief Leschi of the Nisqually Native American tribe.
Homes in Leschi include condominiums (especially along Lake Washington waterfront), refurbished bungalows and craftsman, contemporary styles, bricks, Tudors and mid-century ramblers. Curvy streets wind away from the lakefront, which means many residences get at least a partial lake view. There are many parks from the popular Leschi lakeside park to pocket parks spread throughout the neighborhood.
If you are thinking of selling your Madrona or Leschi home please call us. We work in the Madrona/Leschi area and can help you get the most out of selling your Madrona home or Leschi condo. Please email us for a free Comparative Market Analysis to see what your current home value is compared to similar homes recently sold in Madrona/Leschi.
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