Montlake

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The Montlake Bridge, completed in 1925, is the only link between Montlake and the University District.  It was the last-built and easternmost of four double-leaf bascule bridges that carry vehicle and pedestrian traffic across the Lake Washington Ship Canal.  It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982, and unlike the three other vehicle bridges crossing the ship canal, the Montlake Bridge is owned and operated by the Washington State Department of Transportation and is part of the short State Route 513 that runs from State Route 520 to Sand Point.  The Montlake Bridge is just one of many historic views in the Montlake neighborhood of Seattle!

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Combine exercise, education, and entertainment on a fun running tour through the amazing 230-acre Washington Park Arboretum, one of Seattle’s Olmsted Parks and home to the University of Washington Botanic Gardens’ world-class plant collections. You will learn about the history and design of the park, a few choice plants, and traditional or modern uses of various plants along the route.

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Montlake is a community in Seattle sandwiched between Eastlake and the Washington Parks Arboretum. It is a quiet neighborhood with ample park space. Because most of its homes were built before 1940, it maintains a charming old school feel. Interlaken Park, which forms the border between Montlake and Capitol

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Many of our clients want homes within well rated school districts. Even if they don't, we remind them that in the future when they go to sell, future buyers may choose another home over their's if they buy a home that has poor school ratings; it's something to keep in mind regardless of whether or not they have kids in school or any kids at all.

For example, do you want to know how the schools in Montlake rate compared to the state averages?  Here are two reliable sources that will help you compare schools - simply enter the name of the school or district in their search field. These results are based on a variety of things such as test scores and other available data including academic growth and college readiness.

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Cafe Lago was founded in 1990 and has been a Montlake favorite ever since!  They serve fresh pasta that is hand rolled every morning and pizza baked by an applewood fire.  Known for their lasagna, this iconic Montlake restaurant won't let you leave hungry! And when you want to work off all those carbs, see our other blogs about many local trails and places where you can run or hike!

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About Montlake:

Montlake is a community in Seattle sandwiched between Eastlake and the Washington Parks Arboretum. It is a quiet neighborhood with ample park space. Because most of its homes were built before 1940, it maintains a charming old school feel. Interlaken Park, which forms the border between Montlake and Capitol Hill, had some

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East Montlake Park is the starting point for miles of waterfront trails which makes this park one of the most popular areas in the city. This is a great park between the Museum of History and Industry and Husky stadium with a waterway between. Cool features include a totem pole, large observation deck, benches, and walking paths as well as a trail that connects to W. Montlake Park.

About Montlake:

Montlake is a community in Seattle sandwiched between Eastlake and the Washington Parks Arboretum. It is a quiet neighborhood with ample park space. Because most of its homes were built before 1940, it maintains a charming old school feel. Interlaken Park, which forms the border between Montlake and Capitol Hill, had some of Seattle's first bike and

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Seattle's boating season opening day festivities include a morning of crew races, a sailboat race, and the grand opening day boat parade!  These are on Saturday, May 5th.  As always, the Opening Day Parade starts at noon the first Saturday in May with the blast of a cannon and the raising of the Montlake Bridge. Seattle Yacht Club's Opening Day has become the nation's largest regional celebration of water, spring, and the opening of boating season. Participating yachts will be decorated to illustrate the 2018 theme for Opening Day, "Ocean Crossings". Don't miss this fun family friendly affair!

For more details on the Seattle boating season opening day festivities, click here.

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Montlake is a community in seattle sandwiched

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