Spurred by the veterans and industrial workers who had come to help with the war effort, Seattle grew quickly and its suburbs began to expand in the years following World War II. From the previously working-class neighborhood of Ballard and quirky Fremont to active Green Lake and charming Ravenna, there is a neighborhood for just about everyone in North Seattle. Starter homes attract young families and professionals, while grand and impressive properties also abound. Neighborhoods like Wedgwood, Hawthorne Hills, and View Ridge in Northeast Seattle were largely developed post-war, and contain a number of modern gems.
Pricier properties line the shore and high bluffs with water views, while more modest homes can be found inland. For one of the largest concentrations of mid-century homes in Seattle, though, Olympic Manor in Crown Hill is the place to be. This enclave north of Ballard started in 1953 as a community of 350-plus homes built on the site of a former golf course. Let us show you the Seattle Modern gems.
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