There’s really no business district here — just spectacular homes and views
Profiles of neighborhoods around Seattle, the Eastside, King County and south Snohomish County – including school district information, employers, walkability scores and transit scores – to help those looking for new homes in the Puget Sound area.
Residential Eastside community is one of the most affluent in the metro Seattle area
This residential neighborhood has its own 16-acre park, plus easy access to Green Lake, downtown and more
It’s easy to walk around this dense Seattle neighborhood — or to hop on a major road to downtown
Neighborhood along the west shore of Lake Washington offers affordable homes, a diverse community, and lots of options for transit and recreation.
North Bend: a scenic small town on the Eastside — with a quick commute to the wilder west | NW Neighborhood VIEW
This former timber town has become a close-to-nature bedroom community that attracts families and outdoorsy folk.
Busy, retail-fueled neighborhood of affordable housing is a quick commute to Seattle and Snohomish County.
View Ridge: a quiet community that didn’t get its name — or its views — by accident | NW Neighborhood VIEW
Country club, park, trail and vistas anchor residential neighborhood close to UW.
Beaux Arts Village: A tiny, woodsy Eastside oasis tucked in between big cities | NW Neighborhood VIEW
Founded as an artists’ colony, this quaint, affluent town is one of King County’s smallest.
Relatively new city is still growing and adding homes
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