WELCOME TO Market
Arguably Kirkland's most iconic neighborhood, Market has been from the very beginning. In fact, the Market Neighborhood was home to Peter Kirk, the founder of Kirkland! Driving along Waverly Way transports you back to a time that was perhaps a tick slower than the hustle and bustle of today. The Market neighborhood has stood the test of time and seen tremendous change over the years. Iconic homes, parks and views for days continue to make Market one of Kirkland's most desirable neighborhoods in the area.
“Waverly Beach Park was the go-to park when I was in elementary and middle school. Fast forward 30 years and it was my favorite park to take my kids when they were young. Waverly has a great swing set, enclosed swimming area, nice grassy area for laying out beach towels and picnic blankets. Now, there’s even more reason to gather with the addition of the new cabana. Sunsets are amazing from this park. ”
— Dana V. Adams, Broker
Learn more about the beautiful parks found in the Market Neighborhood.
First homesteaded in 1877, Heritage Park is the oldest park in Kirkland. Large, beautiful grassy areas allow for many activities including frisbee with the dogs, rolls down the big knoll, and strolls along the meandering paths with sweeping views!
Juanita Bay Park
Enjoy bird watching? Come to Juanita Bay Park to experience beautiful nature trails with ample opportunities to catch some impressive views of the wildlife, flora and fauna here!
With 450-feet of shoreline, Kiwanis Park has been a long-time favorite for Kirklanders to come and enjoy the water, views and nature trails!
“I absolutely love books, and BOOK TREE is my go-to for just about everything! And on the off chance I’m unable to find exactly what I’m looking for, they always order it for me and it’s there within a day or two!”
— Cherri Parris, Broker
WHAT TO DO
Besides the many, many annual and on-going events to be enjoyed in Downtown Kirkland, there are also some staple happenings that you're sure to enjoy.
Greeting residents to the Market neighborhood is Heritage Hall, located at the Southern end of Heritage Park. Available for meeting space and events, Heritage Hall has entertained and hosted thousands and thousands. Oh my... if those walls could talk!
LOCATION AND MORE INFO
Learn more about the Market Neighborhood
Tell us what your favorite things are about Market! We'd love to hear from you.