Lynwood Center was recently profiled in the the Seattle Times’ real estate section.
Here’s a taste:
“The area’s old-fashioned, small-town feel is cherished by residents, who relish walking their dogs or riding bikes near the winding roads surrounded by forest.”
Some of the folks at Treehouse, Pane d’Amore, and Buckley and Buckley Real Estate helped paint a picture of what life’s like in the south-end neighborhood.
Buying a piece of Lynwood Center will likely cost between $385,000 and $1 million, according to the Times.
Read the article HERE.
Photo: Seattle Times