The small Woodland Park neighborhood is named after the Woodland Park Zoo which it borders to the south. Woodland Park was originally a large estate developed and owned by Guy Phinney, a lumber and real estate magnate who developed large parts of the area near Green Lake. Upon his death, the city of Seattle purchased the 200 acre estate and it later became the park and zoo. The neighborhood near to Woodland Park has often been considered part of Green Lake or Wallingford but the small number of blocks north of 45th Street really bear the name of Woodland Park. There is no business district inside Woodland Park but the heart of Wallingford is nearby as well as Green Lake and the large number of businesses, shops and restaurants they both offer. Homes in Woodland Park are a mix of single family, condos and townhouses with price points starting around $400k for condos and townhouses and $600k for single family homes.
The Woodlaun Haus offers a diverse mix of one-bedroom, two-bedroom units and features one studio. This mostly renovated building with new cabinets, countertops, and floor...
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