Kenmore, WA Real Estate News

By John Paulson, Helping families make the right move since 2004.
(RE/MAX Northwest)
This 316-acre day-use park has 3,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on Lake Washington. It was once a Catholic seminary, the buildings are still there but most of them are in sad shape.  The park has a rich history best seen in its grounds and architecture. This park has it all, picnicking, hiking, soccer, mountain biking, fishing, bicycling, swimming, bird watching, softball, horse trails, and a fantastic playground. Additional details and driving directions are on the Washington Parks website.One thing to keep in mind, parking is not free.  By a parking permit here.         History of the park from the City of Kenmore website:In the late 1920's the land for Saint Edward Seminary was donated by Bishop O'Dea to the Diocese of Seattle for use by the Sulpicain Order of Catholic Priests. In ...
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