Lake Washington in Seattle, the largest lake in King County and the second largest lake in the state of Washington. That is lots of Blue Water.

It’s a Ribbon Lake, long , narrow and finger like. An excavation project by glaciers. Today you will find opportunities for sport fishing, boating activities of all kinds, swimming, water skiing, boat tours, and seaplanes.

Clockwise around the Lake from the west are Seattle, Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Kirkland, Yarrow Point, Hunts Point, Median, Bellevue, Beaux Arts Village, Newcastle, and Renton. With Mercer Island at the south end.

Lake Washington is fed by the Sammamish River at the north end and the Dedar River at the south. Plus a long list of Creeks that feed into the lake include:

Coal Creek

Fairweather Creek

Forbes Creek

Juanita Creek

Kelsey Creek

Lyon Creek

May Creek

McAleer Creek

Mercer Slough

Ravenna Creek

Thornton Creek

Yarrow Creek

Yesler Creek

The famous Evergreen Point Floating Bridge SR 520, The East Channel Bridge Interstate 90 are the longest floating Bridges in the World.

For those that purchase properties around the lake early on and have enjoyed the lake for its rich history year over year, they are the envy of many Washington residence. To have a home on this wonderful lake you would not only enjoy the life style of living with lake front but, you would also enjoy the views that surround the lake including Mt Rainer and the skyline of Seattle.

For those aspiring to acquire a waterfront home today, opportunities exist in buying everything from an old lake front cottage to a newly build modern luxury home. Some 41 lake front homes are listed for sale today, ranging in price points from $1 - $30 Million. 

Check them out here: http://www.matrix.nwmls.com/Matrix/Public/Portal.aspx?ID=18417840848

Featured Lake Washington Listing: 

13643 62nd Ave NE, Kirkland, 98034 Washington | Bothell, WA real estate | Homes and Properties for sale | The Red Door Team

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