This aerial view looks south from the Hollywood Hill area of Woodinville. Homebuyers are drawn to the city’s combination of large lot sizes, semirural feel and amenities such as wineries and restaurants, said Ryan Wilkerson, a John L. Scott broker who lives and works in Woodinville. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
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