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American Classic Homes has new Spot Lot homes under construction throughout this highly desirable neighborhood of Laurelhurst. "Spot Lots" are homes that are individually built into already existing communities and neighborhoods. Please contact us with any questions you may have about our current or upcoming homes at 206.565.0237.
Laurelhurst is one of the most highly sought after places to live in Seattle. Laurelhurst covers an entire mini peninsula jutting into Lake Washington creating phenomenal water views on two sides. It’s an exclusive location close to the University district, Sand Point and only minutes from downtown. A boutique neighborhood that’s been around since the early 1900’s, it’s age only showing through the variety of architecture and charm.
Recreation: There are endless activities to do in and around Laurelhurst. Located in the large Laurelhurst Playfield Park, the Laurelhurst Community Center is situated on top of a hill with views of Lake Washington below and it offers toddler, preschool and afterschool programs and year-round events for kids. The center creates a community linking neighbors together through events and play. Next door to Laurelhurst is the University of Washington Botanic Gardens the gardens are beautiful resources for educating young minds. The botanic garden offers summer camps, night hikes, free educational weekend walks, story times and a forest school.
Magnusun park is a 350-acre gem located only 2-3 miles away. Previously a naval base, the City of Seattle turned it into a recreation dream with the largest playground in the city including a climbing wall and a wading pool for toddlers in the summer.
The Laurelhurst Beach Club has a gated, private beach and is available exclusively to residents of Laurelhurst and Windemere who pay the annual dues. It’s a social hub of the neighborhood and an easy way to get acquainted with the community. They offer a junior sailing program for kids 8-14 to learn the ropes and youth swim lessons for kids to get comfortable with their sea legs.
The Burke Gilman trail connects the North side of the neighborhood to safely access the rest of the city by bicycle. Take the trail to parks all over the city without worrying about straying child bicyclists on busy city streets.
Laurelhurst is a haven for families within a big metropolis. Where you can enjoy all that Seattle has to offer while feeling safe on quiet streets. Known for good restaurants, friendly people and peaceful, treelined boulevards.
Schools: Schools for Laurelhurst are extremely impressive: Roosevelt high school is ranked the best high school in Seattle and seventh in the State. Schools for the homes we build in Seattle depend on a lot of factors so please make sure to check with your local Seattle school district for all of the information.