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Denny Blaine

Designed to take advantage of Lake Washington Views

Denny Blaine is an entirely residential neighborhood with quiet streets that are charmingly “off the grid” in pattern, taking advantage of the Lake Washington views by following the curve of the hillsides.. It is full of green space, including Denny Blaine Place park with a large public beach, Viretta Park, and Minerva Fountain (fondly referred to as “the duck pond”).

Denny Blaine neighborhood is located North of Madrona and South of Washington Park. It was developed just after the turn of the century (by E.B. Blaine and Charles Denny) was originally accessed by a trolley from downtown (early 1900’s).

Denny Blaine is relatively affluent and lies equally close to Madison Park and Madrona commercial districts. The majority of the housing is single family residences, most of which were built between 1900-1939. An intangible benefit to living in Denny Blaine is listening to the chimes from Epiphany Church.

Denny Blaine is surrounded by good school options. The public elementary school for the neighborhood, is McGilvra (a highly sought after elementary choice). The Bush SchoolEpiphany SchoolSt. Therese Catholic Academy and The Valley School are all desirable private school options and are within walking distance.

Denny Blaine

Designed to take advantage of Lake Washington Views

Denny Blaine is an entirely residential neighborhood with quiet streets that are charmingly “off the grid” in pattern, taking advantage of the Lake Washington views by following the curve of the hillsides.. It is full of green space, including Denny Blaine Place park with a large public beach, Viretta Park, and Minerva Fountain (fondly referred to as “the duck pond”).

Denny Blaine neighborhood is located North of Madrona and South of Washington Park. It was developed just after the turn of the century (by E.B. Blaine and Charles Denny) was originally accessed by a trolley from downtown (early 1900’s).

Denny Blaine is relatively affluent and lies equally close to Madison Park and Madrona commercial districts. The majority of the housing is single family residences, most of which were built between 1900-1939. An intangible benefit to living in Denny Blaine is listening to the chimes from Epiphany Church.

Denny Blaine is surrounded by good school options. The public elementary school for the neighborhood, is McGilvra (a highly sought after elementary choice). The Bush SchoolEpiphany SchoolSt. Therese Catholic Academy and The Valley School are all desirable private school options and are within walking distance.

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