Get your Exploring Wallingford brochure while supplies last!

We’re in the final week of Historic Wallingford’s self-guided activity Exploring Wallingford! The public is invited to pick up a free brochure at one of these sponsor locations through September 15:

City Cellars Fine Wines – 1710 N 45th St. 
The Sock Monster – 1909 N 45th St.
Yazdi – Wallingford Center, 1815 N 45th St.
Young Tea – 2110 N 45th St.

The rich, colorful brochure that highlights 20 natural, historical, and artistic points of interest along and north of the 45th Street business district. A QR code in the brochure links to an interactive map with more information about each feature. Learn more here!

Exploring Wallingford brochures now available!

Historic Wallingford and our four neighborhood sponsors are pleased to present Exploring Wallingford!

Discover Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood through this self-guided tour featuring 20 natural, historical, and artistic points of interest along and north of the 45th Street business district.

Pick up a FREE tour brochure at one of these neighborhood sponsors through September 15 (check their websites for business hours):

City Cellars Fine Wines – 1710 N 45th St. 
The Sock Monster – 1909 N 45th St.
Yazdi – Wallingford Center, 1815 N 45th St.
Young Tea – 2110 N 45th St.

Video Features Wallingford’s Craftsman Bungalows

Historic Wallingford partnered with Tyson Baty, real estate specialist with John L. Scott Real Estate, to produce this short video about Wallingford’s Craftsman bungalows.

Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood is located on a hill overlooking the north shores of Lake Union. It is an early 20th century streetcar suburb, and its growth followed the arrival of the streetcar lines between 1905 and 1910. Hundreds of residences were built all over Wallingford in the early 1900s, and they reflect a range of architectural styles that were popular nationwide. Craftsman is the most common house style found in Wallingford.

Thank you, Tyson!

Historic District Application Still Under Review

Historic Wallingford’s application for recognition of the Wallingford Historic District-North in the National Register of Historic Places remains under review with the Washington Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation.

It has not yet been scheduled for a public hearing with the Washington State Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. We will post details of the public hearing when they become available.

View the application at this link.

Updated Historic District Application Posted

Historic Wallingford is pleased to share an updated and revised draft of the National Register of Historic Places application (Feb. 2022) for recognition of the Wallingford Historic District-North.

This revised draft will be considered at an upcoming meeting of the Washington State Advisory Council on Historic Preservation. We will post details of the public hearing when they become available.

View the application at this link.