Food & Real Estate – Madison Park

Pops of poppy orange, new banquette seating an an airiness are hallmarks of the Madison Kitchen, which lives

beet salad

in the spruced-up Madison Park locale where the diim, crowded Park Place Deli spent many years. Here, neighbors stop in for coffee and a scone – or sit and stay for unexpectedly good sandwiches, among them the roasted eggplant on Macrina sourdough with a seductive swath of basil aioli and roasted red epppers ($9.25). Even better; the breakfast egg sandwich, with its tender Macrina potato roll, bacon, arugula and egg cooked to your liking ($8.95)……. 4122 E. Madison St, Seattle. ( Seattle Mag)

Seattle’s Madison Park Neighborhood is on the banks of Lake Washington and has some amazing historic homes. In addition to the tree lined streets filled with beautiful estates, there is a hip neighborhood center for all your needs. It is a great Saturday morning place to stroll, eat…and enjoy the ambience.

Madison Park has some great choices in area homes ranging from condos and townhomes to grand estates. We see great opportunities arise there…often.

Greg & Marsha Abbott, Real Estate Brokers at Windermere/Bellevue, have 20+ years experience helping area residents buy and sell homes. They have worked with many seasoned buyers &sellers through the years as well as ‘first timers’.  As Market Experts they will be happy to discuss the current market with you, advise you on selling price or offer price, and negotiate on your behalf.  (425) 466-8786

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