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    Neighborhood Spotlight: Shoreline

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    S H O R E L I N E

    There are so many great neighborhoods in the Seattle area and they are constantly changing!  The only way to truly keep up is to spend some time exploring and asking friends who live, work, or spend time there.  We had a blast learning more about Shoreline over the past couple of weeks.

    Alicia Shope & family were a valuable resource to us, since they recently bought a house in Shoreline and Alicia is a real estate agent that specializes in this part of town.

    Shoreline is a great choice for buyers looking for something slightly outside the city “hustle” and want a more laid back neighborhood feel with good schools.  Shoreline is home to 14 neighborhoods including Ballinger, Briarcrest, Echo Lake, Highland Terrace, Hillwood, Innis Arden, Meridian Park, North City, Parkwood, Richmond Beach, Richmond Highlands, Ridgecrest, The Highlands, and Westminster Triangle. 

    Nearby shopping: Central Market / Safeway / Trader Joes / Fred Meyer / QFC / Marshalls / Sky Nursery / Costco / Northgate Mall

    THINGS to DO and SEE in Shoreline

    1. Richmond Beach Saltwater Park
    2. Crest Theater – they serve food and drinks in the theater – it’s amazing!
    3. Ridgecrest Pub – featuring local food trucks
    4. Innis Arden is a beautiful neighborhood to walk through if you are interested in mid-century modern homes.
    5. Shoreline Library
    6. Sky Nursery
    7. Spin Alley Bowling Center
    8. Kruckeberg Botanic Garden
    9. Highland Ice Arena
    10. Boeing Creek Park


    1. Shoreline hugs 1-5 & Highway 99, and is about 15 miles North of downtown Seattle
    2. Commute: Not far from the I-405 inter-change if you need to get to the Eastside
    3. Neighboring Edmonds, Mt Lake Terrace, and Broadview

    Homes in Shoreline

    Shoreline has become a popular choice as Seattle spreads North due to Ballard & Greenlake real estate exploding in the past few years.  Shoreline provides a slightly slower pace than most of the Seattle neighborhoods.  The schools are highly rated ( see for ratings ) and have attracted families to this area.  Generally, lots are larger and provide a little more breathing room and is home to countless evergreen trees that keep the neighborhoods feeling very “northwest” and not like a “concrete jungle.”

    The median home price on Shoreline is $531,000 which is an increase of 14.9% over the past year (according to Zillow).

    Considering a move to Shoreline? Visit: / Type in Shoreline

    Want to know more about OTHER nearby cities or neighborhoods? Let us know – we’d love to share our knowledge!

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