Lincoln Park is one of Seattle's prime parks that opens to the great waters of the Puget Sound, which is situated near downtown Seattle. In the end, it really boils down to paying the place a visit, or settling down for that matter. In any case, you ought to learn everything there is to know about this area first. In that way, you can get the best experience out of your visit. Lincoln Park sits adjacent to Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal; so if you're coming from across the Puget Sound, it should be the first thing you would see when you land to Seattle. Alternatively, the place is served by various access routes that crisscross along the suburbs towards the Interstate 5, which is northbound.
The neighborhood at Lincoln Park avails you two great places to enjoy your weekends. First is the Colman Pool at the tip of the park, and another is Solstice Park that is located just north of the suburbs. There's also the Beach Drive, which is lined with fine white sand and beach houses. You would do well to visit here some time. And if you go farther inland, you would end up near Pelly Place Natural Area, which is yet another great place to go on weekends.
This park-like retreat nestled in the trees above Lincoln Park is a modern twist on a classic NW home. Exceptionally livable open floor plan anchored by spacious & airy g...
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Tranquility abounds in this French Country style, 4bed/3ba home nestled up to a green belt 2 blocks from Lincoln park & beach.French doors from LR lead to spacious back d...
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