Embraced by the 16-acre Maple Leaf Reservoir Park, Seattle’s newest scenic public space, the Estate offers recreational opportunities for all ages. Stroll or jog along the park’s half-mile paved loop, catch a wind current with your kite, enjoy a game of pickle ball or watch the children ride the zip line. Engage with your neighbors at the annual ice cream social on the plaza, and enjoy its dazzling views of mountains and water. (The neighborhood of Maple Leaf boasts Seattle’s third highest elevation – higher than Queen Anne Hill.)

How easy it is on Maple Leaf Estate to live a life of contemplation, cultivating your extraordinary garden, safe in its natural setting or in a future community of your own creation. But if you step outside the tall hedges, you will quickly become part of Maple Leaf’s supportive neighborhood.

Beyond the neighborhood, Seattle’s varied urban amenities are at your fingertips. The location is a commuter’s dream: The express lanes of I-5 are a couple of minutes away. Roosevelt Way, 15th Avenue and Lake City Way, major commercial and transportation corridors, are each a block or two from the Estate. In 2021, Link Light Rail service arrives at both Roosevelt Village and Northgate, providing swift rail travel to the University, downtown and SeaTac Airport.

The natural seclusion of the Estate happily coexists with every modern convenience. Want to watch Fourth of July fireworks from the patio while enjoying a barbecue with your friends? The best ingredients are easily procured at the Roosevelt Whole Foods or the Green Lake PCC (Puget Consumers’ Cooperative natural food store), both about a five-minute drive away. For nights when you’d rather dine out, eateries of many varieties abound in the area. Local favorite Cloud City Coffee Shop and Café, a mere block away, welcomes early-bird neighborhood regulars with its signature coconut bread. Major shopping centers at University Village and Northgate offer convenient services and world class retail shopping.

Adjacent to Seattle’s newest park

Engaged & supportive community

Easy interstate highway access

Proximity to commercial hubs

Walk to neighborhood coffee

Minutes to natural food markets

Close to the UW campus

16-acres of recreational space

Playground, zip line, pickle ball

 Seattle’s third highest elevation

Views of Mount Rainier from park

Link Light Rail arriving 2021