11505 Northeast 100th Street, Kirkland
MLS # 1434732
HeatGas, Forced Air
Your neighborhood guide to living in Kirkland Highlands
- Outdoor Recreation
- Peter Kirk Elementary – Currently being rebuilt and planned to open September 2019. See updates here.
Every student future ready.
- Kirkland Junior High
To create a community-connected environment that promotes each student’s academic and personal success.
- Lake Washington High
Strong we will never fall.
- 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.
- Little Brother
Celebrating our local farms and the bounty of the sea breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- Trellis Restaurant
Crafted around what’s fresh for the season.
- Cactus Kirkland
Festive Southwestern-Mexican kitchen and bar.
Contemporary Italian dining and drinking.
- Bottle and Bull
Experience the travels of Ernest Hemingway through your palette, eating and drinking your way through the cities that Hemingway loved to frequent.
- Spinney Homestead Park
6.54-acre park with children’s playground, picnic tables, pathways and open lawn area.
- Forbes Creek Park
2-acre park with picnic areas, tennis and basketball courts and children’s play area.
- Crestwoods Park
26.63-acre park with children’s playground, basketball court, athletic fields, picnic tables, trails and forested areas.
- Cotton Hill Park
Natural green space and trails.
- Peter Kirk Park
12.48-acre park with wireless internet access, children’s playground, skate, basketball and tennis courts, open lawn areas, pool, teen center and pathways.
- Marina Park Pavilion
3.59-acre park with wireless internet access, boat moorage, amphitheatre, beach and fishing area.
- Waverly Beach Park
2.76-acre park with public dock, picnic tables, children’s playground, swimming, fishing and windsurfing area.
Upton I Gallery
The design and use of natural light, and the smart way the spaces
indoor and outdoor flow
into each other showed how much initial thought and creativity had gone into making the most of this location.