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Wallingford Homes for Sale

Wallingford is home to about 12,000 residents and stretches from Lake Union to 45th St., and Aurora Ave to I-5.

Originally developed in 1906, this was and industrial area where coal was turned into gas, now known as Gasworks Park. The neighborhood has grown over the years and in 1920, Wallingford was known as one of the most popular and fastest-growing neighborhoods in all of Seattle.

The term "Wallingford" takes its name from a wealthy landowner who possessed pretty much the entire area from Green Lake to Lake Union.  After the development of the University of Washington on the east side of I-5, this area grew even more. This central location coupled with a wide variety of amenities, parks and beautiful view homes has long been the location for middle and upper class families. 


 In addition to trendy coffee shops, and eclectic retail outlets and vintage boutiques, Wallingford is also home to many annual events such as the Wallingford Kiddie Parade as part of Seafair and the Wurst Festival, an Oktoberfest style of celebration that takes place in September and October at the St. Benedict school. For over 30 years, this festival brings more than 10,000 visitors to the Wallingford neighborhood. Of course, everyone knows one of the best places to watch the Family fourth fireworks is it Gasworks Park. Lay your blanket out, enjoy a cold beverage, lay back and check out the fireworks.


 There are a variety of homeowners and apartment dwellers living in Wallingford. There are a few power singles with high income, educated professionals with many advanced degrees, and it's a great location for upper scale urban singles. There are very mobile singles living in the city ranging from the 20s to their mid-40s to find Wallingford is an ideal place for them to call home. The median household income for Wallingford is a little higher than Seattle on average and $52,000. There are more renters than owners with a median age of 35. Commute time is typically 25 minutes depending on where you're going.


Wallingford has some of the best restaurants. Whether you are heading up to Dick's Burgers or enjoying Molly Moon ice cream, Wallingford has a unique vibe unlike other Seattle neighborhoods.  Popular hotspots include the Guild theater, a two screen cinema originally built in 1919. The Wallingford Pizza House is famous for their dome pieces and the Wallingford Center is an old school building recently renovated to house apartments and retail space. Trophy Cupcake is an ideal spot to grab something sweet after dinner and of course Gasworks Park is one of the largest and most iconic landmarks in the area. Wallingford boasts a walk score of 95 as shops, restaurants, grocery stores, parks, bars and schools are all within .1 to 1 mile of most homes and apartments. 


 Home and condominium prices for Wallingford average between $400,000 and $480,000 on average. The median home price for a two bedroom is $439,000 and for a two bedroom condo is $407,000.

For more information please browse all condos and Wallingford homes for sale below or contact me for a private showing at any time.