Seattle Cabin Fever Anyone?











Fever cabin anyone? Have you ever felt the need to explore neighborhoods beyond the Seattle city limits to get a flavor of peace and quiet away from street traffic and nervous drivers? Well, if you haven’t already done so, I would suggest a drive down to Burien and Normandy Park: barely a 25-minute ride from Downtown. Take the 148th exit to Olde Burien, stroll down 152nd street for a delicious bite at the 909 or a tasty home made chocolate at Armoire Chocolat and continue the journey onto Maplewild Avenue. This scenic meandering street with its tall fir trees & striking Puget Sound views, will lead you to beautiful public beach accesses, barking sea lions and the imposing Mount Rainier silhouette as a dramatic backdrop. Welcome to the Three Tree Point. Continue your journey along the water to Normandy Park and its wonderful Cove park and nature trails.cove-view-web

Dreaming of building your new reasonably-priced home (modern or traditional) with the expertise of a high-end builder? Let’s meet! You will have the choice between a Sound view lot with practically no yard maintenance or a one-acre lot with total privacy.

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