King County Metro Route 62 starts downtown, then heads north using a somewhat unconventional route. After passing through South Lake Union, it travels up Dexter, crosses the Fremont Bridge, then goes from there to Wallingford.
The bus then heads north along Green Lake, skirting the eastern edge of the lake itself, before turning east through Ravenna on NE 65th Street. From there, it follows that road all the way past Hawthorne Hills and View Ridge to Sand Point, then runs up the length of Magnuson Park before looping back around at Seattle’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration chapter.
As it hits a variety of neighborhoods, it hits a few landmarks, like Roosevelt High School, Seattle Children’s Hospital, and Green Lake Park, without going directly through the heart—and traffic—of the University District.
We’ve found six notable homes for sale along the route, from condos to Craftsmans.Read More