Shoreline WA Housing

Shoreline Washington has a population of around 53,000 people. It borders Puget Sound to the West, Lake Forest Park to the East, Edmonds to the North, and Broadview to the South. Shoreline offers an easy commute to Seattle and homes for sale start at about $100,000 for a 1 bedroom condo and go up from there depending on the size of the home, view, and location.

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You will find the most expensive high end luxury homes in Shoreline in The Highlands Neighbood. This gated community borders Puget Sounds and is adjacent to the elite Seattle Golf & Country Club. Rumor has it the even Bill Gates was turned down to become a member. The Highlands has multimillion dollar homes which many have views of the Sound. You can find ultra modern homes and very old school mansions, most of the home have large lots and most homes sit on acreage.

Shoreline Properties

Shoreline is a growing city located to the north of Downtown Seattle along the I-5 corridor. Most of the city lies to the west of the freeway, and as its name would indicate, it runs up along the shoreline of the Puget Sound. More than 50,000 people call Shoreline home, and it serves as a popular residence for those who wish to make the short drive south into the city for work.

Despite the proximity to the big city, Shoreline takes on something of a suburban feel with plenty of single family homes and shopping centers around town. The median home prices of MLS listings within Shoreline come in just a little higher than $350,000, making it one of the more affordable markets within the greater Seattle area. Because of the size of the city, real estate shoppers looking for houses for sale in Shoreline should find plenty of inventory to choose from most of the time.

Richmond Beach Park is one of the many points of interest within the city, offering residents access to the shores of Puget Sound. On a clear day, the view across the sound to the Olympic Mountains is one of the best vistas in all of the region. The park also offers trails, a playground, and public art displays. Boeing Creek Park is another enjoyable outdoor area, named for the founder of the aviation company which has played such a vital role in the development of the Pacific Northwest.

It doesn’t take much thinking to understand just how attractive the location of Shoreline is within the Puget Sound region. Bordering the Seattle city limits to the south, Shoreline gives residents the opportunity to live out of the city atmosphere but still have a manageable commute into the city each day for work. When that access is combined with the park system, shopping, entertainment, and more, Shoreline makes a lot sense for a great number of Puget Sound citizens.

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