The Highlands neighborhood in Shoreline/Seattle is having a tour of the homes for sale on Halloween day from 11:00 AM to 1 PM. Homes for sale on tour range from $2,175,000 to $6,450,000 and are listed by three different Seattle real estate companies: Windermere, John L Scott, and Ewing and Clark. The pictured home is listed by Ewing & Clark for $4,995,000. Please join the tour of broker’s open houses in The Highlands this Halloween.
The average list price of the homes for sale on the tour is over $2.5 million. One of the most notable is the Arthur Erickson home, listed at $4,995,000. There is also a Highland Colonial home listed for less than a million that you can view as well.
If you would like to tour the homes, either call Ewing & Clark at 206-322-2840 or fill out the contact form prior to 10 am on Wednesday, January 11th, and register for “The Highlands Tour.” Once registered, your name will be given to the on-duty security guard located at the main entrance of The Highlands at NW 145th Street and 3rd Avenue NW. Directions to the homes will be provided at the gate.
Seattle’s annual Christmas Ship Festival officially kicks off this Thursday, December 1st, and you don’t want to miss it when it floats by the Highlands. The 62 year Seattle tradition is a sure way to get you and your family into the holiday spirit.
On December 11th, head over to Carkeek Park in the evening to see the largest holiday floating parade in the world. The brightly decorated Christmas ships will stop in front of Carkeek for 20 minutes, starting at 6:00pm. Pack a thermos of hot chocolate, warm your hands by the bonfire and listen to the Dickens Carolers.
If you’re busy on Sunday, you can catch the ships up at the Richmond Beach Saltwater Park on Tuesday, December 13th. The Christmas Ships arrive near Richmond Beach a bit later, around 8:20pm. For more information, check out the full schedule here. Happy Holidays!
Excellent news, Highland residents! The locally-owned chain, Dick’s Restaurant, is expanding to the area six weeks ahead of schedule. For those of you who crave the infamous hand cut fries, creamy shakes, and juicy burgers, the newest Dick’s Restaurant will be opening at 3pm this Thursday at 21910 Hwy 99, according to the Snohomish County Business Journal. It’s only ten minutes north from the Highland neighborhood, a much closer location than the twenty minute drive to the Holman location
Make sure to stop by on the opening day. It will be a true celebration with high school marching bands from around the area, contest winners, and even a visit from the co-founder Dick Spady.
This is the sixth Dick’s Restaurant in the Puget Sound region and the first to open since 1974. Be sure to stop by and enjoy the local Seattle treat.
Long time Seattle and Highlands resident, Bagley Wright, passed away Monday night at the age of 87. One of the original investors in the Space Needle, Mr. Wright also was an influential Seattle art patron and philanthropist.
The Seattle Times gave a brief overview of Mr. Wright’s life since he came to Seattle:
Mr. Wright came to Seattle from New York in 1956 and started a real-estate development company. Over the decades, he became known as one of the leading funders, collectors and promoters of arts in the Seattle area.
He led the creation of the Seattle Repertory Theatre at Seattle Center following the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair, and the Bagley Wright Theatre there is named in his honor.