Pillar Properties Weekly Recap – May 23

With the sun out this week, we thought it was a great time to find some nature spots around our communities. Here were some of our recommendations.

The Corydon

People looking for an amazing walk through the flowers and trees often forget about the 702 acres of paths and cherry blossoms at the University of Washington campus. It’s a peaceful and serene set of trails ideally designed for anyone who loves outdoor scenery. Read the whole post here. UW Cherry Blossoms Image Source: MyNorthwest.com

The Lyric

We have two easy suggestions for the nature lover. The Volunteer Park Conservatory is a  Victorian greenhouse modeled after London’s Crystal Palace, featuring bromeliad, fern, palm, seasonal, and cactus. And the St. Mark’s Greenbelt buffers Capitol Hill from I-5 and provides wildlife habitat, dense vegetation and trails. Get all the info here. Volunteer Park Conservatory 2 Image Source: Yelp

The 101 Kirkland

While Marina Park is the closest park to The 101 Kirkland, Heritage Park and Waverly Beach are within walking distance and offer manicured green space, gardens, pathways, viewpoints, and views of both Seattle and the Olympic mountain range. Read more here. Heritage Park 1 Stadium Place

Water is within a short walk of Stadium Place You can stay on land and visit Waterfront Park to enjoy views of Puget Sound, birds, seals, islands and the Olympic Mountains. Or, get your sea legs spend a Seattle evening than cruising around on a sailboat in the middle of Puget Sound. Get the inside scoop here.

Elliott Bay Cruise

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