Magnolia, the in-City Suburb.

3227 44th Ave W, Seattle 98199 | $995,000 | 4 bed, 2 bath | 2,280 sq. ft | 1-car garage

  • Parks and community space

    When I was young I dreamed of growing up in a neighborhood like Magnolia. I would have rode my bike all over Magnolia’s wide quite streets. There are parks around every corner including Seattle’s largest park Discovery Park. Views of Downtown, views of Puget Sound, walking trails, community center with pool, tennis, and tons of great gathering spaces.

  • Bright now, brilliant later

    Magnolia is going through a bit of phenomenal growth in home values as of late. This is for many reasons. I mean Magnolia is picturesque and the homes are beautiful but I think there is another reason too.

  • Commuters Paradise

    Once the gripe about Magnolia (commute) is now the draw. In the long long ago before Seattle slammed another 100,000 people downtown folks use to complain about Magnolia being to far away and to the drive being too long. Well all I have to say is try getting downtown in 15 minutes from Queen Anne during rush hour. Magnolia’s drive downtown hasn’t changed much. Still just 10 to 15 minutes as always.

  • Fresh home ready for those on the go

    Feels new with all the charm of a yesteryears. This home really shines with refinished and reimagined spaces throughout. You’ll love the bright open grain oak floors, newer country kitchen, manicured, low maintenance, entertainers yard, and abundant space to spread out. This home has been lovingly cared for and it shows. Blocks away from Discovery Park, shops, entertainment and a short stroll to the most magnificent views Seattle has to offer. Picturesque setting to be sure. Great schools? Check! Parks? Check! Community village? Check! I think your going to love it here.

welcome home

Magnolia, the urban-suburban neighborhood! Nature filled & 15 mins to SLU. Magnolia has more parks than population density which makes it so special. Cute urban village with all the culinary & cultural delights you'd expect from an exceptional neighborhood plus schools better than 97% of the nation. This home is calm, cheerful, & lovingly refreshed with room to grow & entertain your loved ones. Live the good life steps to shops, parks, bike trails & walking trails to Magnolia's sandy beaches. The perfect place for nature lovers and city dwellers. Quite a unique place to call home. + MORE

Magnolia is the sort of neighborhood that I would have LOVED to have grown up in. The sort of neighborhood where your parents could let you go off with your friends and know you'll be safe.

a glance at the neighborhood

ratio of housing type

single family home vs condo

*Based on 2018 data

annual median home price

single family home vs. condo

condo avg. square footage

891

single family avg. square footage

2027

Location Info

Neighborhood: Magnolia

commute times

  • 12m to Downtown Seattle
  • 27m to Downtown Seattle
  • 23m to Downtown Bellevue
  • 67m to Downtown Bellevue
  • 23 Walk Score®

listing highlights

Stunning treelined street with wide sidewalks and roads.
Recently renovated country kitchen with adorable eating nook facing back yard.
Refinished wood floors.
Bright, cheery, and calming interior.
Spa-inspired bathrooms.
Large lower floor family room with two bedrooms off a jack and jill bathroom.
entertainers backyard with very little to maintain.
Ride your bike to work along the water front.
Walking trails that lead to Magnolia's sandy beaches.
Striking views everywhere you turn.

Parks and Community:

When I was young I dreamed of growing up in a neighborhood like Magnolia. I would have explored all over Magnolia’s wide quite streets. There are parks around every corner including Seattle’s largest park Discovery Park. Views of Downtown, views of Puget Sound, walking trails, community center with pool, tennis, and tons of great gathering spaces. The best part is my mom wouldn’t of needed to be worried about me. Magnolia lacks busy thoroughfare’s and the neighbors here look after one another. Magnolia is that neighborhood in Seattle or anywhere else that makes you feel at pease and ease. Now these sorts of neighborhoods usually exist miles from an urban core. This is what makes Magnolia Truly special. Magnolia is INSIDE the urban core of Seattle. You can bike to downtown along the water front in only 20 minutes or drive in only 10 minutes. It’s a little piece of Mayberry wrapped in Seattle.

Schools that rule

As if there weren't enough good new about Magnolia did you know that the schools are rated better than 97% of all schools nationwide! Magnolia has so many shiny stars and this is just another.

Feels miles away from Seattle but it isn't 

For those who may work at Google, Facebook, Tableau, Big Fish, D9, Amazon, Expedia (coming soon!), or anywhere in Downtown Seattle, Magnolia is in an ideal location. Because Magnolia is a peninsula, most people assume that it will take a long time to get anywhere, but that’s a misconception. From the heart of Magnolia to Pike Place Market, you’re looking at just a 12-minute car ride or a 20-minute bus ride. Did you know you can also ride your bike from Magnolia to Downtown Seattle on the Elliott Bay Trail? Enjoy a scenic ride that’s just you and spectacular views of the Puget Sound! Microsoft’s Connector bus also runs through the neighborhood.

I love Metropolitan Market!!!

That's all... I love it. Magnolia has one!!!!

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