A small peninsula located on the eastern shoreline of Lake Washington on the Greater Eastside.
A small peninsula located on the eastern shoreline of Lake Washington on the Greater Eastside, Hunts Point is home to just over 400 residents with some of the region’s most phenomenal waterfront living opportunities. Bounded by nature preserve areas, Hunts Point offers a serene break from the urban centers at nearby Bellevue, Kirkland and Seattle. Part of the famed grouping of the “Four Points,” residents of Hunts Point enjoy seamless access to the lake, the tranquility of lush greenery and old growth trees, tennis courts and a clubhouse, and access to top-rated public schools.
In its earliest days—prior to the construction of the bridges to connect downtown Seattle and the Greater Eastside —Hunts Point was accessed via a ferry that docked at Cozy Cove (between Hunts and Yarrow Points) each morning. Today, the Hunts Point neighborhood is among the most valuable residential real estate in the Pacific Northwest. It has retained its original character of beauty and community spirit, with unrivaled access to job centers, premier schools, boutique shopping, and delectable eateries.