Madison Park

You can find an abundance of ways to spend your leisure time in Madison Park.

Welcome to Madison Park

Sophisticated and high-end Seattle-area neighborhood with an abundance of green space and waterfront views
 
Madison Park is regarded as Seattle’s tranquil suburban oasis. Situated in the northeastern corner of the city (along with Lake Washington), the neighborhood is surrounded by acres upon acres of green space. The Washington Park Arboretum UW Botanic Gardens, Seattle Japanese Garden, Foster Point Trail, and the Broadmoor Golf Club act as a cocoon for this private and sophisticated community.
 
Prospective buyers who are in search of a luxurious and stately home should absolutely consider relocating to Madison Park. Secluded from the busyness of city life, residential areas in this neighborhood offer the utmost peace and serenity. Moving here means that you get to reside in one of the most scenic and majestic communities in the Pacific Northwest.

What to Love

  • Stunning waterfront properties and gorgeous inland homes
  • Madison Park Beach
  • Affluent suburban oasis
  • Multiple green spaces within the community
  • Broadmoor Golf Club

Local Lifestyle

Daily life in Madison Park is a delight. Charming, storybook-like homes, towering evergreens, and calming views of Lake Washington make this neighborhood one of Seattle’s most desirable places to live. Locals can spend their leisure time at Madison Park Beach, Broadmoor Golf Club, the Washington Park Arboretum UW Botanic Gardens, or at the Seattle Japanese Garden. Feeling connected with nature is effortless for locals of this community. Individuals who frequently travel to Bellevue can do so with ease from this neighborhood.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

On East Madison Street, there is an excellent selection of restaurants and shops to explore. Locals are especially fond of the cuisine at Cactus. Offering Southwest-inspired dishes and cocktails, diners can enjoy everything from cotija chicken to seafood enchiladas. Down this same street, check out the menu offerings at How to Cook a Wolf, McGilvra’s Bar & Restaurant, Madison Kitchen, Red Onion Tavern, and The Independent Pizzeria.

The shops on (and around) Madison Street are also a must-see. Peruse the latest arrivals at stores such as Cookin' at Madison Park (kitchen supplies), Madison Park Hardware, Madison Books, Moonjar toy shop, Bert's Red Apple Market, Madison Cellars wine store, and Parlour Wines.

Things to Do

Without ever leaving the neighborhood, you can find an abundance of ways to spend your leisure time in Madison Park. Year-round, there are outdoor spaces that help locals stay active and connected to the natural surroundings.
 
On the eastern side of the community, the area’s namesake — Madison Park — provides an expansive greenspace to enjoy along with Lake Washington. This park features tennis courts, walking paths, a playground, and beachfront space at Madison Park Beach. The beach includes diving boards, a swimming raft, and other water-related activities. Nearby, those who own a boat can cast off from the Madison Beach Dock.
 
Shifting to the western side of town, there is no shortage of green space. Take the day to explore places such as Broadmoor Golf Club, The Washington Park Arboretum UW Botanic Gardens, Seattle Japanese Garden, Washington Park Playfield, Beaver Lodge Sanctuary wildlife sanctuary, and Foster Point Trail.
 
 
 
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