The Leschi neighborhood looks out over Lake Washington with views that are second to none. Named after Chief Leschi of the Nisqually nation, the area was part of a bitter land dispute that culminated with the Battle of Seattle in 1856. Over time, settlers began laying claim to the area called Leschi. Once a cable car line was established in the late 1880’s, the Leschi neighborhood came to fruition. Today you’ll find lush parks, hiking trails and a vibrant retail area.
By land or by lake, Leschi is a Seattle neighborhood gem.
Unique Places to See / Things to Do:
- Leschi Park
- Frink Park
- Lake Washington
- Daniel’s Broiler
- Pert’s Deli
- Leschi Market
Popular Home Design:
- Classic Craftsman
- Arts and Crafts
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Updated: 22nd May, 2019 6:24 AM.