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The Windermere small business community is located in Seattle, Washington. The Windermere community is bounded on the north by Magnuson Park, on the northwest by Sand Point Way N.E., on the southwest by Ivanhoe Place N.E., and on the southeast by Lake Washington. The neighborhood is bordered by Sand Point, Hawthorne Hills and Laurelhurst. The land in Windermere was developed for farming in the late 19th century, and native trees were removed. The attempt was less than successful, and shortly after, the neighborhood was recognized for its potential for real estate development. The Windermere neighborhood was annexed into Seattle in 1910. Over the next 30 years, the quiet residential neighborhood grew in popularity and slowly filled with residents. Named after Windermere in England's Lake District, the neighborhood is situated on the western side of Lake Washington, the largest freshwater lake in Washington state. The Windermere neighborhood has a private beach access point, and a park for its residents, which includes tennis courts, a children's playground, kayak and canoe storage, and boat dock. Residents of the Windermere neighborhood enjoy quiet walks in the park and host parties on the park grounds. Warren G. Magnuson Park is directly to the north of Windermere, providing residents with more opportunities for leisure. Magnuson Park features 350 acres of land, boating, swimming, and kite flying. Safety, security and neighborliness are prime in this idyllic neighborhood, and this feeling increases at the Windermere neighborhood’s community events. Sand Point Way NE is the main thoroughfare through the Windermere neighborhood and the small business community on Sand Point Way is nearby to the Windermere neighborhood. Local favorite Sand Point Grill draws a good crowd. And Pagliacci Pizza is a Seattle city-wide small business favorite.
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