Windermere Community Guides

We know local neighborhoods inside and out. Check out these neighborhood spotlights with city resources, community info, crime mapping, and more. Once you find neighborhoods of interest, you can easily search area homes or condos.

Mercer Island & the Eastside

The Eastside is comprised of the cities of Bellevue, Clyde Hill, Hunts Point, Issaquah, Kirkland, Mercer Island, Medina, Newcastle, Redmond, Renton, Sammamish, and Woodinville. It is located on the east side of Lake Washington from Seattle.


Home to major Fortune 500 and tech companies, Bellevue's desirable neighborhoods and convenient downtown condo core are one of the most sought-after areas in the region.


Northwest views and community-orientated neighborhoods with easy access across the mountains to the east, or west into Bellevue and Seattle, make Issaquah an ideal location.


Kirkland is a vibrant waterfront city with a balance of outdoor recreation, local dining, and boutique shopping. Home to Google, dog-friendly, very walkable, and brimming with life.

Medina, Clyde Hill & The Points

Arguably the most elite real estate in the region, Clyde Hill, Medina, Hunts Point, Yarrow Point and Evergreen Point offer front row access to Lake Washington.

Mercer Island

Directly connected to the Seattle and Eastside by I-90, Mercer Island offers a small-town feel with beautiful neighborhoods, abundant parks, waterfront homes, excellent schools, and front row commute options. 


Known for its abundant natural beauty, Redmond is home to Microsoft and the many other tech companies. The city is diverse and modern, and home to some amazing eateries, parks, and community gathering spaces.

Renton & Newcastle

From favorite community gathering places to beachfront parks on Lake Washington, Renton offers an eclectic balance of opportunity, affordability and natural beauty. Close to Metro regions, Renton is an ideal place to call home.


With its exceptional livability, focus on natural resources, and pristine appearance, Sammamish is an fun local community with excellent schools, ample housing options, and an abundance of recreation opportunities.

Woodinville & Duvall

Surrounded by natural beauty, Woodinville is ideal for those who enjoy spending time outdoors. Locally known for its Wine Country region, boutique wineries, distilleries, and breweries are scattered throughout the area.


Neighborhoods located within or near the city of Seattle include Ballard-Green Lake, Belltown-Downtown, Central Seattle, Kenmore-Lake Forest Park, North Seattle, Queen Anne-Magnolia, Shoreline-Richmond Beach, South Seattle, and West Seattle.

Ballard, Fremont & Green Lake

Located just north of downtown and across the ship canal from Queen Anne, this area houses a vibrant working waterfront, a strong sense of community, and hopping local scene.

Belltown & Downtown

West of the Denny Triangle, where Amazon houses its Seattle headquarters, you'll find a mecca of food, shopping, lodging, nightlife, and a vibrant performing arts community.

Central Seattle

Old Seattle charm close to the urban core. Many of Seattle's most desirable neighborhoods are found here. Enjoy many beautiful amenities including the stunning Washington Park Arboretum and Broadmoor Golf Club.

Kenmore & Lake Forest Park

Enriched with parks, incredible water views, and an alcove of waterfront homes, this area offers an oasis-like setting just north of Seattle with terrific neighborhoods, friendly people, and diverse housing choices.

North Seattle

This area incorporates UW and University District along with many established neighborhoods, including Bitter Lake, Broadview, Hawthorn Hills, Greenwood, Laurelhurst, Maple Leaf, Northgate, Olympic Hills, Ravena, Sand Point, and Wedgwood.

Queen Anne & Magnolia

Within walking distance of downtown, Queen Anne is known for its prominent architectural style. To the west, Magnolia is a natural peninsula surrounded by the sound.

Shoreline & Richmond Beach

Its namesake saltwater shoreline along Puget Sound provides an abundance of beauty for one of the most inviting, vibrant, scenic, involved and “event-full” neighborhoods in the region.

South Seattle

Beacon Hill, with its mountain views, has tremendous appeal to commuters. Mount Baker and Seward Park, two of Seattle’s early neighborhoods, boast traditional Craftsman and modest Seattle bungalows.

West Seattle

West Seattle enjoys gorgeous views of the Seattle skyline, Puget Sound, and mountains, making it a local favorite. Alki Beach, The Junction, restaurants, shops, a year-round farmers market, and a welcoming community make this an ideal location to live.



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