Found at the north end of Lake Sammamish, Redmond is one of the key cities which makes up the Puget Sound areas ‘eastside’. If you are looking at homes in the Redmond area, you’ll already know that this pricey market has a lot to offer, depending on your budget. One particularly attractive neighborhood is known as Redmond Ridge, which is a short drive east from Redmond on NE Novelty Hill Rd. It will only take a quick drive through Redmond Ridge to see just why it is so popular with home shoppers in the region.
Compared to some of the other cities and neighborhoods on the eastside, the homes in Redmond Ridge were constructed relatively recently. Many properties were built in the early 2000s, meaning they still look modern and have many of the original features in good condition. For buyers who are looking for a home that doesn’t feel like it is from a long-gone era, this neighborhood is sure to be appealing.
If you have done much shopping in the eastside real estate market to this point, you aren’t going to be surprised to learn that the homes you will find in Redmond Ridge will typically sell for more than one million dollars. There are a couple reasons for these lofty price tags. The first, of course, is the proximity to the many great companies which employ so many around the eastside. Also, there is the relaxed setting, the well-built homes, and the nice community that has developed here. Something as simple as taking a walk around Redmond Ridge might be all it takes to convince you that this is the right place to call home.
Another impressive element of Redmond Ridge is the way it manages to blend a quiet setting with easy access to a busy commercial district. You can reach the Redmond Town Center in a matter of minutes, which is a great place to do your shopping, have something to eat, or meet up with friends. Marymoor Park is also close by, which is one of the largest public parks in the area and located on the north end of Lake Sammamish.
Redmond Ridge is one of those eastside residential neighborhoods that really sells itself. It doesn’t take much from a real estate agent to convince buyers that this is a good place to live – that much is evident as soon as you arrive. What a real estate agent is needed for, however, is to help close a deal in this highly competitive market. If you have the right agent working with you while browsing for homes in Redmond Ridge, your process will be far more likely to end in success.
For a high-end eastside neighborhood that offers everything families could want, Redmond Ridge needs to stay high on your priority list. Also, it feels quiet and relaxed, you won’t need to be in your car for long before you get back into the city. With any luck, you’ll be able to close a deal on the right property within this sought-after community.
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