Home to a beautiful blend of outdoor recreation, art, boutique shopping, and more.
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On the eastern shore of Lake Washington, Kirkland is home to a beautiful blend of outdoor recreation, art, boutique shopping, and more. As the city with the most waterfront beaches and parks in the Puget Sound region, Kirkland hosts a dynamic repertoire of waterfront restaurants and a beautiful downtown shopping district.
If you are looking for a home where you have the space to stretch, then Kirkland is the place for you. With its tree-lined streets and beautifully-kept public waterfront parks, this particular suburb of Seattle has a luxurious, charming allure all its own.
What to expect: This neighborhood has been described as “a Pacific Northwest beach town”, and offers an impressive number of small, boutique shops and a wide selection of award-winning wineries, bars, and tasting rooms to explore.
What you'll love: You will love Kirkland if you’re a weekend warrior who loves to explore trails and the waterfront on the weekends, but enjoy easy access to Seattle.
Unexpected appeal: Whether you’re a fan of the outdoors, the art gallery, or the salon, this neighborhood has something for everyone.
Park Lane | Whatever you're in the mood for you can find along Kirkland's walkable downtown. Restaurants like Cactus, Hector's, and Volterra, as well as tempting bakeries and gelato are just steps away.
Deru Market | Scrumptious baked goods, and guilt-free take away meals
You're never far from Lake Washington! Check out the farmers market or stroll among sailboats at the docks. On sunny days, Marsh Park is the place to be!
Zoka Coffee is the place to be - AND they do coffee subscriptions!
Houghton Beach Park is another waterfront park where Kirkland residents congregate year round. Kids of all ages will love the views of the lake, sand volleyball, and pirate playground!
The Queen of Macarons - Lady Yum is a must! Featuring a seasonal roation of yumminess, Lady Yum also hosts Bottomless Champagne Tuesdays. They have locations in South Lake Union and Pioneer Square, but this is the store that started it all.