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Kirkland, WA Neighborhood Information

Welcome to a world of possibility in picturesque Kirkland. Few places offer such ideal living, thanks to its unique mix of local charm, inviting nature, and a strong economy that includes opportunities in tech, health, and gaming. Located along the shoreline of Lake Washington, Kirkland offers a scenic downtown waterfront that’s lined with parks, shops, and numerous restaurants. After a day on the lake, spoil yourself with a sunset cocktail at one of the many bars, or make the short drive to Seattle for a night out. With a variety of shopping and dining options at the recently reimagined Totem Lake Village, there’s always something to do close to home. In Kirkland, you’ll find the space to roam and the options to succeed.

Neighborhood Highlights

Fancy Fare

Enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience at Café Juanita where you can dine on dishes created with locally sourced ingredients inspired by Northern Italian fare.

Downtown Destination

Stroll the waterfront of Lake Washington in downtown Kirkland and enjoy abundant restaurants, galleries, wine bars, and public art.

Community Conveniences

Take advantage of our ground-floor retail services including urban COFFEE, Waxing in the City, and City Max.

Vintage Vines

Tour Washington state’s oldest winery, Chateau St. Michelle, and enhance your knowledge about wine while indulging in a glass fresh from the vine.

Outdoor Adventures

489-acre Bridle Trails State Park features a 28-mile trail system designed for horseback riding and hiking.

Exceptional Education

Kirkland boasts quality education with both of its school districts ranking within the top ten districts in the state.

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