Arborvue I | Arboretum

430 26th Avenue East, Seattle



HeatGas, Forced Air


Year Built2021

Square Footage3,769

Your neighborhood guide to living in Arboretum

  • Schools
  • Shopping/Restaurants
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Community


  • McGilvra Elementary
    Be nice. Work hard.
  • Meany Middle
    A community of lifelong learners that demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and values required for innovative global citizenship.
  • Garfield High (Award-Winning)
    A place where you make your dreams come true.
  • Bush School
    To spark in students of diverse backgrounds and talents a passion for learning, accomplishment, and contribution to their communities.
  • Seattle Preparatory
    Seattle Prep is a Catholic, Jesuit college preparatory school since 1891.



  • Madison Valley Shops & Restaurants
    Madison Valley has been called “Little France” in recognition of its many outstanding French restaurants. The business district is an eclectic mix of sophisticated shops, services, and restaurants independently owned.
  • Pacific Place
    Enjoy the view of five levels of exceptional fashion, delicious foods, and new movies.
  • University Village Shopping Center
    Seattle’s only outdoor lifestyle shopping center, offering a unique mix of locally-owned boutiques, signature national retailers, and a distinct collection of restaurants and eateries.
  • Bellevue Square Mall
    Home to over 200 shops, the region’s largest dining district with over 50 local-to-global restaurants & nightlife adventures.


  • The Essential Baking Company
    Our menus change to highlight the seasons and we choose locally produced ingredients whenever possible.  We serve breakfast and lunch, fair-trade Victrola Coffee, teas, natural juices, sodas; and of course our fresh-baked breads, pastries, crackers, and desserts.
  • The Harvest Vine
    Tapas in Seattle: A Basque kitchen where collaboration meets craft and strangers become friends.
  • Café Flora
    Creative vegetarian cuisine.
  • Aglio E Olio
    Locally sourced simply delicious, unpretentious, and honest rustic Italian.
  • Voila! Bistrot
    Charming French food venue.
  • Nue
    Tapas/Small Plates – An opportunity to experiment and explore, to both work with and taste new flavors and foods without any pretense or culinary douchiness.
  • Bar Cantinetta

Outdoor Recreation

  • Washington Park Arboretum
    230 acres contain a dynamic assortment of plants, some found nowhere else in the Northwest.
  • Washington Park Playfield
    Located in the Washington Park Arboretum. It has fields for soccer, baseball, and softball.
  • Madison Park Beach
    Seasonal swimming beach offers swimming raft, diving boards, and children’s play area.
  • Plum Tree Park
    Great neighborhood park complete with a play area with slide and climbing features, small lawn area, and true to its name: a plum tree.
  • Seattle Japanese Garden
    One of the most highly regarded Japanese-style gardens in North America.
  • Madrona Park
    Park includes a wooded hillside that slopes down to a grassy beach and swimming area, where lifeguards are on duty in the summer. It also features a jogging path along Lake Washington and picnic areas.
  • Cal Anderson Park
    Includes a fountain, texture pool and reflecting pool, promenade paths, landscaping, a shelter house, a plaza, a children’s play area, a wading pool, a lighted sports field, and a number of oversize chess boards. This open park invites walking, sitting, reading, contemplation, informal sports in the meadow, and organized sports on the athletic field.
  • Powell Barnett Park
    Children’s play area, complex climbing structures, a wading pool in the summer, basketball hoops, and a broad field ideal for frisbee – there’s something in the park for kids of all ages.


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