In one of the latest issues of Maple Leaf Life, an online blog for Maple Leaf residents, there is a crime report
that is issued on a regular basis by neighborhood members. What I love about this is the sense of civic
responsibility that you find in the Maple Leaf community. Sure, there is crime in any neighborhood, but
in Maple Leaf there is a sense of awareness that is very refreshing. This is a proactive neighborhood that is taking the necessary steps to make their neighborhood a great place for families to live.
Think about this for a minute. Not every neighborhood in Seattle is like this. Maple Leaf has a very great thing going for it: the people that live there. That’s not usually a selling point for most neighborhoods. Usually the highlights are the views, quality of schools, low crime rates, etc. But I’m here to tell you that on top of the usual good news proclaimed about Maple Leaf, there is the hidden value of having really great neighbors.
If it is Seattle real estate that you want, and a great neighborhood to live in, look no further than Maple Leaf Neighborhood in North Seattle.