"Homes and businesses living together"
Just south of Hwy 520, East Miller Street is a short 3-block neighborhood with single-family homes and little restaurants and businesses. The street dead-ends at Seattle Preparatory School at the north end of Interlaken Park. Residents can enjoy Interlaken Park, Volunteer Park and Washington Park Arboretum, all within a few blocks. East Miller includes Seattle's own Pagliacci Pizza and Cafe Dharwin, as well as a medical clinic. A few blocks east, adults can play golf at the Broadmoore Golf Club. Access to I-5 and downtown is convenient, though commuters may suffer some traffic congestion during the morning and afternoon rush hours. Housing prices, like most on the north end of Capitol Hill, are pretty high, though the recent housing crisis has brought costs down to an almost-affordable level. The neighborhood does have more highway noise due to I-5 and Hwy 520 than most of the surrounding neighborhoods. Houses in the area range from huge and beautiful to nice, single-family residences.