7046 122nd Avenue Northeast, Kirkland
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Your neighborhood guide to living in South Rose Hill
- Outdoor Recreation
- Downtown Kirkland
High-end boutiques to vintage finds.
- Bellevue Square Mall
Home to over 200 shops, the region’s largest dining district with over 50 local-to-global restaurants & nightlife adventures.
- Deru Market
Modern Café for artisan deli fare.
- Pagliacci Pizza
Quality & locally sourced Northwest artisanal foods and fresh, local produce.
- The Lime
Live music, sports, great food, and drinks.
- Cactus Kirkland
Festive Southwestern-Mexican kitchen and bar.
- Soi Kirkland
A return to Thailand — a departure from your normal expectations of Thai Food in Seattle.
- North Rose Hill Woodlands Park
Known as “Castle Park” for its popular playground on the west side of the park. Take a stroll on the boardwalk through wetlands and restoration areas.
- South Rose Hill Park
Neighborhood park featuring a playground, basketball court, picnic tables, and restrooms.
- Waverly Beach Park
2.76-acre park with a public dock, picnic tables, children’s playground, swimming, fishing, and windsurfing area.
- Marina Park
Downtown and close to many restaurants and shops, features a sandy beach, boat launch, public art, and a beautiful open-air pavilion as well as summer concerts and magnificent views of Lake Washington and Seattle.
- Rose Hill Meadows
Features a playground, picnic shelter, open lawn, walking paths, and natural habitat.
- Bridal Trails State Park
Located between Kirkland and Redmond, offers extensive horse trails and horse-friendly culture.
- Grass Lawn Park
Features a basketball court, facility rental, courts/fields, natural areas, pavilion, picnic shelter, picnic tables, playground, soccer field, splash pad, tennis court, and walking trails.
- South Rose Hill
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