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Windermere-Mercer Island
2737 77th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
The Mercer Island Windermere real estate office provides the experience and resources needed for its clients' next home,More condo or waterfront purchase. Since 1971, Windermere has provided full real estate service in the Puget Sound area, with an emphasis on Mercer Island, Seattle and the Eastside. The Mercer Island office supports many community events and programs such as Summer Celebration, Relay for Life and Mercer Island Youth and Family Services.
Beckes Construction
2960 76th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
Beckes Construction is a contracting company serving Mercer Island and King County. The company specializes in buildingMore custom luxury residential waterfront homes. Beckes has been building homes for more than 20 years and continues to build homes that meet the satisfaction of its clients. For more details on the company's services or previous projects, call the number provided or visit the website. 
Luther Burbank Park
2040 84th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
Luther Burbank Park sits on 77 acres of the northeast corner of Mercer Island, featuring three quarters of a mile ofMore Lake Washington waterfront and many walking trails. A variety of recreational facilities are available including tennis courts, play structures, a public dock (fishing and boating) and a swimming beach. Picnic tables, a picnic shelter, off-leash dog runs and an amphitheatre are other amenities enjoyed by visitors. The park also features the city's only Pea Patch community garden.
72nd Ave SE Landing
1605 72nd Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
The 72nd Ave SE Landing is an undeveloped landing located directly north of the Roanoke Inn. The street-end locationMore offers waterfront access to Lake Washington.
Duck-In Bed & Breakfast
4118 100th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
A country-styled private cottage, the Duck-In Bed & Breakfast, is located on the waterfront of the northeast shoresMore of Mercer Island. This 2 bedroom, 1 bath unit has a living room, dining room, a small study and a fully stocked kitchen. It feels like home with small amenities, such as an ironing board, a sewing kit, games and a kitchen ready with spices, flour and sugar - a high chair and crib are available upon request. The owners provide a continental breakfast - juices, fruit, coffee and fresh baked goods daily. The Duck-In Bed & Breakfast has been welcoming visitors from near and far since the late 80's.
Mercerwood Shore Club
4150 E Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA 98040

The Mercerwood Shore Club, a private member-owned and family-oriented swim, tennis and beach club, sits on 500 feetMore of Lake Washington waterfront on the east side of Mercer Island.

The club grounds include a two-level clubhouse, a 25-meter swimming pool, four outdoor tennis courts, a fitness center, a sandy beach with roped off swim area, a play structure, barbeques and picnic tables, a boat launch, boat moorage and beach showers.

The MWSC junior summer programs compete in the Midlakes swim, dive and water polo leagues, and the Junior Eastside Tennis (JET) league. A variety of fitness classes are offered year round, as well as a Masters swim program. The club holds various social events throughout the year. "Music on the Beach" is a popular summer event with a potluck picnic and a live local band. The main clubhouse is available for private rentals.

Mercer Island Beach Club
8326 Avalon Dr, Mercer Island, WA 98040

The Mercer Island Beach Club is located on 625 feet of waterfront at the south end of Mercer Island. Once the site ofMore the Seattle Central Lions Club summer camp, this family oriented member-owned club has been active since 1953. The grounds include two swimming pools (an eight lane competition pool and an activity pool with a lazy river), six outdoor tennis courts, a fitness center, outdoor pickle-ball, basketball and volleyball courts, a sandy beach, a lake roped off swimming area with dock and waterslide, a play structure, boat moorage, a firepit and a barbeque area with many picnic tables.

Summer adult tennis programs include Ladies Night, Mens Night, Saturday morning Wimbledon workout and Cardio tennis. The year round fitness center offers a variety of classes - Boot Camp, Abs, Buns, & Guns, Tone Body Basic, Teen Training, Yoga and Personal Training. Group and private swim lessons are available through the aquatics program. MIBC junior teams compete in the popular summer Midlakes swim, dive and water polo leagues. Junior tennis players participate in the summer Junior Eastside Tennis (JET) league. The pool is covered during the fall, winter and spring months, making swimming accessible year round. Social programs are held throughout the year -  Family 4th of July Celebration, Songs & S'mores and Dive In Movie Night are popular summer events. A large clubhouse with expansive views of Mt Rainier and Lake Washington is available for club functions and private rentals.

Herzl-Ner Tamid Conservative Congregation
3700 E Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA 98040

Herzl-Ner Tamid (HNT) is the largest and oldest Conservative Jewish community in the Seattle Metro area. FirstMore organized in 1906 as the Herzl Congregation in Seattle, the congregation moved to Mercer Island and merged with another group in the late 1960s along with an influx of Jewish residents to form the HNT. The members broke ground on a new synagogue on June 7, 1970. The HNT is located next to the Mercer Island Boat Launch near Barnabie Point and and the East Channel Bridge. Behind the synagogue lies a private waterfront park with a pebble beach and several outdoor grills.

Along with the neighboring Stroum Jewish Community Center, the HNT plays a vital role in Jewish cultural life on the island. Led by Rabbi Jay Rosenbaum, the conservative synagogue serves as a Beit Midrash (House of Study), a Beit Knesset (gathering Place), and a Beit Tefillah (House of Prayer). It also has a dedicated youth education component, the Frankel Religious School, which teaches children grades K-8 about Jewish culture and scripture. A number of family programs and workshops teach congregants how to read Hebrew, Israeli dance and learn from the teachings of the Torah.