Since November’s grand opening, 75 percent of the homes have sold at 50 Pine Street, built on a bluff overlooking Marine Beach Park.

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EDMONDS — Big views are on full display at 50 Pine Street.

The popular community of 68 condominium homes, built on a bluff overlooking Marine Beach Park and offering spectacular views of Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains and Mount Baker, has released its final homes just in time for summer.

Since November’s grand opening, 75 percent of the homes have sold, but many are still available.

“The small-town vibe of Edmonds, located on the shores of Puget Sound just 20 miles north of Seattle, is just one of many reasons 50 Pine Street is such a sought-after address,” says Nancy Marsh, sales manager at 50 Pine Street who is a longtime resident of the town. And, she says, with housing prices in Seattle and Bellevue prohibitive to many first-time buyers, Edmonds is an affordable alternative and one of the most picturesque waterfront towns in Washington.

“Edmonds offers a great quality of life that’s attainable,” says Marsh.  “When shoppers consider moving just 20 minutes farther north, it opens up a whole different world.”

Homeowners can enjoy views of Puget Sound, Mount Baker and local ferry crossings.
Homeowners can enjoy views of Puget Sound, Mount Baker and local ferry crossings.

The one- and two-bedroom units at 50 Pine Street, with either patios or waterfront views, are priced from the $370,000s to the $800,000s. In addition, a $5,000 buyer bonus is currently being offered for the first few sales of the season.

With 11 different models to visit, there is a condo to suit any lifestyle at 50 Pine Street. There is a rooftop deck with barbecue and spacious fire pit patio, perfect for summer parties or just unwinding while watching the Edmonds-Kingston Ferry coming and going on Puget Sound.

Edmonds is situated in Snohomish County midway between Seattle and Everett, making it ideal for city commuters who need quick access to work, but want to come home to a quaint beach community.

All homes at 50 Pine Street are built to endure, using long-lasting, low-maintenance design and materials. Finished with designer-specified materials, colors, fixtures and cabinetry, each home is planned to take maximum advantage of the natural light and available views.

Every unit offers an inviting master bedroom with walk-in closet, chef’s kitchen with slab quartz countertop and undermount sink, hardwood flooring in the kitchen and living areas, wall-to-wall carpet in the bedrooms, and a laundry room with front-loading Whirlpool washer and dryer. The kitchens feature European-style cabinetry and stainless-steel KitchenAid appliance packages with gas ranges. Parking is available for each unit with extra storage available for select units.

People who live in Edmonds are moments away from nearly 50 cafés and dining destinations, 11 health and medical centers, dozens of parks and recreation destinations, and an abundance of shops and boutiques.

The arrival of summer brings out the best in Edmonds, where warm weather brings a full calendar of events and happenings. Among them:

  • The Edmonds Summer Market, hosted by the Edmonds Historical Museum, attracts shoppers to Fifth Avenue and Main Street every Saturday from June 15 to Oct. 5.
  • The Edmonds in Bloom Garden Tour takes place on July 21, when hundreds of gardening enthusiasts will tour six outstanding private gardens in Edmonds and Woodway.
  • The 37th annual Taste Edmonds celebration, Aug. 16–18, brings three days of food trucks, music, rides and vendors to the Civic Center Playfield.
  • The Edmonds Art Walk is a free community event held from 5 to 8 p.m. on the third Thursday of every month in partnership with galleries and merchants.
  • Edmonds Summer Wine Walks, featuring wine tastings from select boutique wineries at various downtown shops, are held from 5 to 8 p.m. the first Saturday of each month.
  • Edmonds celebrates the Fourth of July in a big way. Festivities begin at 9 a.m. with a 5K — plus a 1K for families — starting at Edmonds City Park. A parade kicks off at noon and the annual Edmonds Fireworks Show starts around 10:15 p.m.

“Living in Edmonds is a breath of fresh air,” says Marsh. “There is a small-town charm that still exists here. It’s like being on vacation but without the travel.”