Arbor Heights, Seattle

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House was at 10422 47th Ave. SW

Arbor Heights is a neighborhood in West Seattle, Washington, made up of the area south of SW Roxbury Street, north and east of Puget Sound, but excluding the downhill portion on the west side of this region. [1] It is the southernmost section of West Seattle.

The neighborhood formerly contained an elementary school (Arbor Heights Elementary School), was demolished in August and September 2014.[2] It will be replaced by a larger school.[3] There are no secondary schools. It has a private club pool, Arbor Heights Swim and Tennis Club. The neighborhood is almost exclusively zoned as residential property, with the nearest commercially zoned areas being north in the Roxhill neighborhood, and a small zone down the hill to the west in the Fauntleroy neighborhood.


  1. ^ "Seattle City Clerk's Office Neighborhood Map Atlas - Arbor Heights". Seattle City Clerk's Office. Retrieved 2008-12-14.
  2. ^ "Arbor Heights Elementary School demolition, four weeks in". West Seattle Blog. 2014-09-26. Retrieved 2015-08-05.
  3. ^ Record, Tracy (2014-06-03). "New Arbor Heights Elementary: 2-phase construction; no size decision yet". West Seattle Blog. Retrieved 2015-08-05.

Coordinates: 47°30′34″N 122°22′41″W / 47.50955°N 122.37819°W / 47.50955; -122.37819

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