Maple Leaf is one of everyone’s favorite smaller Seattle neighborhoods. While it’s in North Seattle, it is in the middle of everything. Commuter routes, many different transit options and just north of ML is what claims to be the first indoor Mall in the United States, Northgate Mall. Many other office parks and shopping centers have grown up around it, Thorton Place is a place to catch a first run film and have a great bite to eat.
Connections to Interstate 5 and Lake City way run right through the neighborhood. Greenlake neighborhood is just across I-5, Roosevelt is to the south and Ravenna is to the East.
Maple Leaf has it’s own walkable area on 5th Ave NE and Roosevelt. The variety of homes from different eras, the possible views and the proximity to so many things, allows Maple Leaf to fetch some high prices in the current 2015 market. Below is the data from October Sales