North Bend Homes & Real Estate

Find up-to-date North Bend homes for sale below. The city of North Bend is in King County, Washington, just outside of Seattle. It’s a small community with about 7,150 people calling it home. Yet, it is perhaps one of the most beautiful in the region with Mount Si in the backdrop. When it comes to real estate, North Bend home buyers are sure to find a variety of options available, including affordable and luxury homes. Searching for more information on properties for sale in North Bend? Arrange for a private showing by contacting your local real estate experts today!

Homes For Sale in North Bend WA

North Bend Real Estate Statistics May 25, 2020
158
Listed
130
Avg. DOM
$305.70
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$851,998
Med. List Price
158 Properties
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Listing information last updated on May 25, 2020 at 6:15 AM PST.

North Bend Real Estate Market

For those who wish to buy a home in North Bend, a range of homes are available for sale at any given time. Many of the homes here sit on larger lots, often with wooded backdrops or even mountain views. Numerous home styles exist, including ranches, Colonial-style homes, and much more. Each neighborhood is a bit different. Even cabins dot the landscape here. Many of the homes are larger, spanning 2,400 square feet of living space or more. Some are smaller, especially those that are older. There are also statement mansions and custom-built properties throughout North Bend. Home prices range from $450,000 up to $1.8 million. This is a significant range but allows for many people to find a home.

For those hoping to build a home, there are open lots available for custom home building. Area builders include Adair Homes, Eastside General Contracting, and Westgrove by Polygon Homes. A new subdivision is always possible, too.

North Bend Community Amenities

North Bend is known for many things, but its natural beauty is one of the best features it has to offer. The Snoqualmie Pass provides a number of natural experiences, including cross-country skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and backpacking. The area also has a strong tourism element from snowboarding and skiing. At the heart of the city is its park system. Numerous parks are available to residents, including Dahlgren Family Park, Future Tennant Trailhead Park, and William Henry Taylor Park, among others. The Ski View Park and Community Center provide a recreational center for those who live in the area.

North Bend has much more to offer as well. It is home to the Valley Center Stage Community Theater, which provides performing arts of all types. The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum is also present and documents some 50 years of experience. The North Bend Visitor Center and Mountain View Art Gallery are also present here.

Getting around is easy to do. I-90 allows residents easy access to Seattle – it’s just about 30 miles away. There are numerous shops nearby, including the North Bend Premium Outlets and VF Outlets.

North Bend Local Highlights

  • I-90 is located right outside the city, making it easy for residents to commute into Seattle and the region. Seattle is about 30 miles from North Bend, making this bedroom community the ideal place for commuters.
  • A number of landmarks are present in North Bend including Camp Waskowitz, which dates back to 1935 and the North Bend Historic Commercial District that originated in 1889.
  • Much of the economy in North Bend has traditionally centered around logging, agriculture, and dairy farming, but it has grown significantly in areas such as recreation and manufacturing.
  • There are several golf courses in North Bend or nearby including Mount Si Golf Course and Twin Rivers Golf Course.
  • Tiger Mountain State Forest is only a short drive from the city.

North Bend School Information

Residents living in North Bend attending public school are likely to enroll in Snoqualmie School District schools. A few are located in or near North Bend, including Opstad Elementary School, Two Rivers School, and North Bend Elementary School. There are private schools in the area as well, including The Goddard School of Snoqualmie and North Bend Montessori.

For those hoping to buy a home around Seattle, WA, North Bend is one of the best overall choices. With a wide range of amenities, a beautiful backdrop, and a thriving commerce and tourism industry, it has much to offer today’s residents and home buyers.

North Bend Real Estate Agents

Considering the purchase of a home in North Bend? Allow our real estate team to guide you through the purchase of your new property or the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we have insider knowledge of the market dynamics unique to North Bend real estate.

Contact South Bellevue Partners at Windermere Real Estate to get more information about buyer or seller representation. Getting involved in the North Bend real estate market? Connect with us for a free home evaluation instantly!

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