South Beacon Hill is a neighborhood in Seattle, Washington with a population of 9,026. South Beacon Hill is in King County. Living in South Beacon Hill offers residents an urban feel and most residents own their homes. In South Beacon Hill there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in South Beacon Hill and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in South Beacon Hill are above average.
"An Area Know for Diversity"
Beacon Hill is a pretty large neighborhood in Seattle that is split up into North and South it’s a diverse area that is a great place to live when you want the full Seattle experience. The neighborhood is a virtual melting pot of different races and a person can find a variety or shops and restaurants that cater to all the different tastes in the area.
Thai Palms is a great way to spend a lunch time but it can get really crowded so go there if you have time to wait for a table; you won’t be disappointed if you do. Other ethnic cuisine is found in the area as well. The housing marketing isn’t very expensive and the neighborhoods can be hit and miss, but tend to reflect a sense of pride the community takes in their little part of Seattle. The Light Rail is big in the area with a really clean and impressive system running through the neighborhood. The neighborhood is really growing and is a great way to get into the Seattle homeowners market.