Gatewood in West Seattle is a quite residential neighborhood on a hill. With the highest elevation in Seattle, Myrtle Reservoir park has stunning views of the puget sound, the olympic mountains and downtown seattle. this quite neighborhood feels SEPARATED from the city, while still being close enough to everything.
WHAT IS gatewood LIKE?
Gatewood is a quite residential neighborhood on the tallest hill in Seattle. Many West Seattleites call this neighborhood home to escape the rush of city life, without being too far from downtown.
Points of attraction:
Orchard Street Ravine is a lush, two acre forested site with a generous amount of blackberry bushes, just waiting to be snacked on.
Enjoy a coffee at Cafe Ostia, a local favorite.
Westy’s Sports Bar and Spirits is a great place to watch a game, grab a drink and nibble on their menu items with a unique twist on the classic pub fair.
Locol Barley & Vine is a cozy, eclectic spot and regularly hosts live music nights.
Gatewood Bed and Breakfast is surrounded by lush green gardens, creating a restful and tranquil stay.
why move to gatewood?
This quiet neighborhood feels seperated from the city, but is actually a very short commute.
The dog & kid friendly Myrtle Reservoir Park is the highest elevation in the city, providing gorgeous views of Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains and downtown Seattle.
There’s a wide array of schools and beautiful parks in the area, making it very desirable for residence with kids.
This quite neighborhood is only a few minutes up the hill from from some great shopping and restaurants in the Morgan Junction & the busy Alaska Junction neighborhoods.
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