Magnolia is a tranquil neighborhood on a peninsula between Elliot and Salmon Bay.

Welcome to Magnolia

A tranquil and suburban neighborhood next to Discovery Park.
Magnolia is a tranquil neighborhood on a peninsula between Elliot and Salmon Bay. Residents love taking short drives, walks, or bike rides to Discovery Park, which spans over 500 acres of forests and meadows with hiking and bicycle trails woven through them. It also contains West Point Lighthouse, tennis and pickleball courts, a playground, a wetland bird sanctuary, and beach shores greeting the Puget Sound. Many Magnolia homes boast stellar bay and Puget Sound views. The Magnolia neighborhood has a serene and secluded feeling and is only a 20-minute drive to downtown Seattle. Though zoning laws are subject to change, Magnolia has a history of upholding firm zoning laws contributing to its competitive housing market. Magnolia also has a history of steadily increasing real estate prices. Therefore, waiting to purchase Magnolia real estate may prove more costly than buying sooner. If you would like to relocate to Magnolia and sell your current home, Compass Spring Market Guide is an excellent resource for home sellers.
Magnolia residents not only appreciate their neighborhood for its relaxed atmosphere but also for its food and fun-loving community. Independently owned restaurants featuring menus with organic, sustainable, and locally sourced ingredients, such as Pink Salt, or pubs with weekly trivia nights, such as Mulleady’s Irish Pub, color this neighborhood. Home-cooked meals are a joy to shop for as well at Metropolitan Market, a reputable grocer and deli with high quality, consciously-sourced produce, seafood, and food items.

What to Love

  • A short drive, walk, or bike ride to Discovery Park
  • Restaurants with delectable foods
  • 20-minute drive to downtown Seattle
  • Homes with Puget Sound and bay views
  • The serene setting within a thriving metropolis

Local Lifestyle

Magnolia appeals to residents who enjoy all nature offers and seek the perks of being close to a major downtown. Magnolia is also a wonderful place to enjoy expertly crafted cocktails, memorable meals prepared with high-quality ingredients, and the ambiance of a thoughtfully booked live music performance at a local restaurant or pub.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Sink your teeth into a refreshing bite of ceviche nikkei (yellowfin), a Peruvian-Japanese style ceviche served at Pink Salt. Or enjoy a decadent Monte Cristo for brunch: French toast filled with ham, turkey, and Swiss cheese and sprinkled with powdered sugar, served with sides of syrup and jam at Serendipity Cafe and Lounge. Magnolia’s dining scene is vibrant and varied, accommodating many appetites and cuisines. 
Want to pick up a new read and support an independent bookstore? Stop by Magnolia Bookstore and peruse their selection. Ready to pamper your skin or find a new article of clothing to spice up your wardrobe? See what Vixen Collection can do for you. Need a pick-me-up? Head over to Uptown Espresso and sip on the caffeinated beverage of your choice. 
Things to Do 
Magnolia Summerfest is a three-day festival with live music, a beer and wine garden, and food vendors. There is a fun fashion event for pets, a costume contest, kids' crafts and games, a bounce house, and an outdoor movie. Summerfest is enjoyable for adults and children alike. 
Watching the sun rise or set on the water’s horizon from Magnolia Viewpoint is an experience to enjoy. After going for a sail, you can grab a bite at one of the Elliott Bay Marina restaurants, Maggie Bluffs or Palisade Restaurant.


Magnolia is served by Seattle Public Schools.

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