Fauntleroy has a low violent crime rate and a low property crime rate for Seattle.
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Fauntleroy is a neighborhood in West Seattle with a small-town relaxed atmosphere. This is an affluent, residential community of single-family Craftsman-style homes. There is a smattering of restaurants, bars, and shops around, but no real commercial center.
But that's just fine with the neighborhood's residents: their real passion is the community. Fauntleroy hosts a number of community fairs and events – including the annual release of thousands of young Salmon into Puget Sound every spring from Fauntleroy Creek.
As you'd expect of a neighborhood overlooking the Sound, there are incredible views here and a number of great parks from which to enjoy those views. Fauntleroy Park and Arroyos Natural Area are just two spots where you can get outdoors for a run or hike and take in the scenery of the water, islands to the west, and Olympic Mountains.
Fauntleroy is bordered on the north by Lincoln Park, on the east by Roxhill, on the south by Arbor Heights, and on the west by Puget Sound.
Downtown Seattle: 9 miles / 25-50 minutes by car / 45 minutes by transit
Bellevue: 18 miles / 40-65 minutes by car / 105 minutes by transit
Redmond: 24 miles / 45-80 minutes by car / 85 minutes by transit
Joe's jumps at breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily with a tasty menu of updated American classics.
Lincoln Park is West Seattle's major multi-purpose park - a nose-shaped bluff on Puget Sound just north of the Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal.
No good coming to this fish and seafood house if you're on a diet.
Colman Pool is a Seattle landmark you won't want to miss this summer. It enjoys a stunning setting on the beach, the pool is heated saltwater, and if that's not enough, it features the Giant Tube Slide!
A densely wooded patch of forest in West Seattle, Fauntleroy Park has a network of trails and paths great for wandering, hiking and dog-walking.
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