Kirkland

Home to a beautiful blend of outdoor recreation, art, boutique shopping, and more.

Properties In This Neighborhood
13115 102nd Ln NE, Unit 2, Kirkland, WA 98034 BD 2 | BA 2.25 | SQ 1,065
13714 133rd Place, Kirkland, WA 98034 BD 5 | BA 2.75 | SQ 3,340
11023 129th Pl NE, Kirkland, WA 98033 BD 4 | BA 2.5 | SQ 2,400
10151 113th Place, Kirkland, WA 98033 BD 3 | BA 2.5 | SQ 3,360
1304 5th Street, Kirkland , WA 98033 BD 4 | BA 4 | SQ 3,100
8131 115th Wy, Kirkland, WA 98034 BD 4 | BA 2.75 | SQ 2,820

LEARN MORE ABOUT KIRKLAND

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 over 500 parks, 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.


DINING

Kirkland offers world-class dinning and award winning wineries.

At Café Juanita, James Beard Award-winner Holly Smith has mastered northern Italian cuisine. Recently featured on Eater’s The 38 Essential Seattle Restaurants, Café Juanita provides an intimate atmosphere and exceptional dining experience.

Volterra offers exquisite Italian cusine in a modern setting and has been featured on the Thrillist’s Ten Best Restaurants on the Eastside.

Little Brother focuses on fresh northwest inspired cuisine in relaxing neighborhood setting.

Waving Tree Winery is a small award winning family owned winery that focuses on the on Italian and Rhone Style Washington Estate Grown Wines.

To learn more about the Eastside restaurants and wineries, see this selection of resources:

425 Magazine | Kirkland
Thrillist | Best Restaurants in Seattle’s Eastside
Zagat | 8 Delicious Reasons to Drive to Kirkland
Explore Kirkland | Wine Tasting Tours


SHOPPING

From high-end boutiques to local designers, Kirkland offers shoppers with a diverse range of retail opportunities. Whether shopping at Purpose Boutique or Essentials on Park Lane, you will find yourself transported into a shopper’s paradise.  

For more on Kirkland shopping, please visit: Explore Kirkland | Shopping

Bellevue Square
Redmond Town Center


RECREATION

With easy access to the shores of Lake Washington and natural scenery that is so quintessential to the Pacific Northwest, Kirkland offers an amazing host of recreational activities. From boating along the shores of Lake Washington, an afternoon kayaking trip, cycling alongside the renowned Washington loop, having a stroll along the water, or enjoying the extraordinary park systems, you will find yourself embracing the outdoors like never before.

To learn more about the Kirkland Parks, please visit: Explore Kirkland | Parks

To learn more about outdoor recreation in Kirkland, please visit: Explore Kirkland | Outdoor Recreation


ARTS

Kirkland offers a diverse range of artistic endeavors; from public art, sophisticated galleries, performance art, and creative classes, there is truly something for everyone.

To learn more, please visit: Explore Kirkland | Arts


KIRKLAND. EVOLVING FORWARD.

The future of Kirkland is very bright, to learn more about developments and exciting new changes coming to Kirkland, please visit:

Kirkland Urban
Cross Kirkland Corridor

Park Lane | Voted one of the top 5 streets in the nation, Park Lane is part of Kirkland's walkable downtown - boasting restaurants like Cactus, Hector's, and Volterra, as well as tempting bakeries and gelato. More are just steps away.

St. Edwards | Formerly a Catholic Seminary, St. Edwards is now a state park known for its hiking and biking trails, elaborate playgrounds, and the only undeveloped stretch of Lake Washington—3,000 feet of shoreline Sunset Magazine called "ideal for fishing, wading, picnicking, or kayaking and canoeing"

Deru Market | Scrumptious baked goods, and guilt-free take away meals at this local eatery featuring local, organic, and seasonal ingredients.

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!

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 rotation 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.

Zoka Coffee is the place to be - AND they do coffee subscriptions!

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