South delridge is bordered on the north by high point and Riverview, on the east by highland, on the south by White Center, and on the west by roxhill. though you will find most of the dining, shopping and nightlife in adjacent neighborhoods, the neighborhood’s main attraction is for being quaint and a great option for affordable housing.
WHAT IS South delridge LIKE?
A no frills, quaint neighborhood in between Roxhill and Highland Park in West Seattle. Though you have to make a short trip if you’re craving more of a “city feel”, South Delridge is still part of the vibrant West Seattle culture and has the main attraction of being a great entry point for affordable housing in the Seattle area.
Points of attraction:
Fresh flours Bakery and cafe- All of the items are made daily in their West Seattle kitchen. Fresh out of the oven, they deliver to their four beautiful and cozy cafes in the city of Seattle. Enjoy fresh pastries and coffee on the outside patio.
Westcrest Park- The park captures panoramic views of the mountains, and city skyline while incorporating public artwork and sculptures.
Can Bar Seattle- “Can” being the nautical term for a buoy, the bar’s aesthetic based on a nautical theme. The actual bar and bar top is made out of a cut up 1960, 26’ Owen’s boat and they offer 60+ different beers in a can.
2 Fingers Social- This neighborhood cinematic, whiskey bar is a movie buff’s dream. There’s movies always playing on the big screen and a big patio.
why move to south delridge?
With Seattle’s expensive housing, South Delridge has became an attraction destination for individuals looking for decently affordable housing, ranging from single family homes to condos to apartment buildings of all types. Though this is not in the middle of the “lively” part of town, there is shopping center next door, eight parks within a ten minutes' drive, a short drive to Sea-Tac airport and good public schools.
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