Each neighborhood at Easton Park has its own personality, with a unique combination of home types, parks, builders, and amenities.
Sure it has twin swirl slides and a rock climbing structure made of dodecahedrons, but as our second largest park, Prospect Park’s best feature is acres and acres (literally!) of green space!
Named to honor the original Pilot’s Knob settlement, Pilot Park has playful features and sculptures that capture the essence of wind and pay homage to aviation.
Union Park puts you in the heart of the community, close to The Union, Easton Bark, trails, and retail.
Nestled in the heart of Easton Park just off of William Cannon, Union Village is now selling!
Named for the largest park in Seattle, Discovery Park will be home to trails, natural areas, and recreational park space.
Named for the family that owned much of this original land, Kieke Park is located in the south area of Easton Park along the east side of Apogee Road.
Named for the popular Denver park, the Skyline Park neighborhood boasts a 21-acre park and the highest point in the community.
Tucked along the north side of William Cannon, Knob Hill is known for its great community spirit and hilltop park with the Easton Park Trolley.
This is where it all began, with our first Easton Park residents moving into Bryant Park back in 2017! The lush signature park is known for its huge lawn and oversized pavillion.