There are 924 single-family homes in Blue Ridge Seattle. The average
year these homes were built is 1951. The average size of a Blue
Ridge home is 2,588 square feet with three bedrooms and two
bathrooms. There are 700 single-story homes in Blue Ridge Seattle,
89 homes with one and a half stories, 124 two-story homes, and 3
homes that are two and a half stories or taller.
average length of ownership of a home in Blue Ridge Seattle is
8.7 years. There are 298 homes in Blue Ridge that have been owned
for five years or less. Of the remaining homes, there are 183 home
that have been owned between five and ten years and 299 homes that
have been owned over ten years. The
average property taxes for a home in Blue Ridge are $4,986.
Seattle Washington Real Estate Map of Blue Ridge Seattle
This tiny corner of Seattle is one of the most unknown and
isolated neighborhoods in the city.
Blue Ridge is a covenant community north of Ballard, developed
during the Depression, by William Boeing for some of his airplane
Never heard of Blue Ridge? You're not alone. Many locals haven't
heard of it either, or can only vaguely tell you where it's located
-- which is on Puget Sound north of Northwest 100th Street and south
of Carkeek Park, mostly downslope toward the water from 15th Avenue
There are only three reasons to be in Blue Ridge, you live here,
you are visiting someone who lives in Blue Ridge, or you might be
hillside community -- with some spectacular views of Puget Sound --
is divided by home-crowded ravines and persistent creeks. It is
completely residential, with about 450 homes and covenant-restricted
access to a community club, a swimming pool, tennis courts, two play
fields and a private beach. Blue Ridge is removed from the typical
urban hustle and bustle. Its geographic location and limited street
access assure it a strong sense of place, identity and privacy.
Ridge is one of those places that you move to and live in for the
rest of your life. This is a place where kids can safely ride their
bicycles on the streets or wander along a clean beach; where crime
is infrequent and neighbors not only know each other but play
You have to play by a few extra rules, but most in Blue Ridge
think it's worth it.
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