Kenmore, WA

Custom Homes In Kenmore

Love Where You Live.

Kenmore is a small city located in King County, Washington, United States, just north of Lake Washington. With a population of approximately 23,000, it is a quiet residential community that offers easy access to the urban amenities of nearby Seattle and Bellevue. Kenmore is surrounded by natural beauty, with parks, forests, and waterfront areas that provide ample opportunities for outdoor recreation. It also has a vibrant downtown area with shops, restaurants, and local businesses, making it a charming place to live or visit.

Best Places to Buy
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  • City Center
  • Kenmore North
  • Kenmore West
  • Moorlands
  • Moorlands West


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Kenmore, WA

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  • High
  • Elementary
  • Middle
Inglemoor High School
Moorlands Elementary
Kenmore Middle School
Arrowhead Elementary
Kenmore Elementary


  • Cairn Brewing
  • Inglewood Golf Club
  • The JewelBox
  • Kenmore Lanes
  • Log Boom Park
  • Nine Yards Brewing Company
  • North Shore Pub
  • Rhododendron Park
  • Saint Edward State Park
  • WhatsSup Stand Up


Saint Edward State Park Kenmore, WA


Amidst the sprawling grounds, lapping lakeshore, and verdant footpaths, you’ll find a place steeped in Northwest history.

Saint Edward State Park is a 326-acre day-use park with 3,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on Lake Washington. Picnic tables are available on a first-come, first-served, and the Grotto and several picnic areas are available for rental. For events at the seminary, please contact The Lodge at Saint Edward. There is no watercraft launch at the park, but paddlers launching from other parts of Lake Washington can bring their kayaks and boards onto the beach.


A true neighborhood brewery along the Northshore of Lake Washington.

The dog and family-friendly taproom offer an up-close view of the brewing area amid communal tables or in the beer garden with options for sun and shade. The beer program features a range of year-round and seasonal ales and lagers with 15 or more onsite-brewed beers on tap. Cairn hosts a wide variety of rotating food trucks at the Kenmore Food Truck Corner.  Bike, hike, bus, or drive to the taproom alongside Seattle’s urban trail, the Burke-Gilman, and Highway 522.

Cairn Brewing Kenmore, WA
Inglewood Golf Course Kenmore, WA


A rare gem among Pacific Northwest golf clubs.

It combines a spectacular setting, illustrious heritage, and a championship golf course to create the ultimate golfing experience. Dating back to 1919, Inglewood Golf Club is one of the oldest clubs in the Pacific Northwest. The handsome clubhouse, an architectural masterpiece, was built in 1926 and has recently been restored to enhance and reflect its rich French Provincial influence.


The public dock is a fantastic place to watch the seaplanes land, toss out a line for fishing, or enjoy the sunset.

This 3.9-acre park provides access to over 1200 lineal feet of shoreline on Kenmore’s Lake Washington waterfront. Other features include the Kenmore History Path, playground area, picnic tables, access to the Burke-Gilman Trail, daytime moorage, and restroom facility. The park was renamed Tracy Owen Station after the late King County Councilmember Tracy Owen.

Log Boom Park Kenmore, WA
Kenmore Lanes Bowling Kenmore, WA


Where Kenmore and Bothell come to play!

Kenmore Lanes is the largest bowling center North of Reno, Nevada, and West of the Mississippi. They are dedicated to the sport of bowling through leagues, youth development, and different types of tournament play.

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