Redmond Homes & Real Estate

Welcome to your Redmond homes for sale resource. A beautiful city tucked into King County’s stunning location, Redmond, Washington, is a highly desirable place to call home. It is located near Seattle, just a short 15 miles from the heart of the city. It is home to over 67,000 people. It’s well recognized as the home of companies such as Microsoft and Nintendo, but this is a suburban area well worth looking into for those who want to buy a home near the city. For additional information on Redmond properties for sale or to organize a private tour, contact your local real estate experts today!

Homes For Sale in Redmond WA

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Redmond Real Estate Market

When it comes to loving all that Redmond, WA has to offer, the real estate market can be less special than the city itself. It’s highly competitive and, because of its location near some of the largest businesses in the region, it can be hard to find a home for sale at the right price. There are many properties in the area from small homes located right along the lake to large estates tucked into private subdivision areas.

The homes for sale range widely in terms of style. Older homes in the area date back to the mid-1900s and tend to be smaller. Many properties are custom-built though it is possible to find a traditional subdivision or so with modern colonial-style homes. Homes range in size from 1000 square feet up to 4000 square feet. Home prices vary as well, with the lowest-priced homes around $430,000 and the highest at $1.5 million.

In addition to traditional homes, flats and condos are common as well. There is also a strong rental market here, creating opportunities for those who want to buy a home for rental benefits.

Redmond Community Amenities

Redmond is known for its parks and overall quality of living from a nature standpoint. A total of 47 public parks exist in this area, making up more than 1350 acres of parkland for residents to enjoy. Many have sports complexes. There are 59 miles of biking and hiking trails in the area, and most are horseback accessible. Marymoor Park is one of the largest parks in the county. It’s home to not only a 48-acre dog park but also an outdoor theater, a model airplane flying field, and a rock-climbing structure.

There’s plenty of culture in Redwood, too. The Eastside Symphony performs throughout the year at the Redmond Performing Arts Center. The annual Redmond Lights festival occurs in December and celebrates the holiday season. The Concerts at Marymoor is a series of summertime concerts held in the park. The Redmond Saturday Market is a farmer’s market that spans over 8,000 square feet.

Redmond Local Highlights

  • Redmond is known as the “Bicycle Capital of the Northwest” because of its incredible trails and facilities for biking.
  • The city is home to numerous landmarks. This includes the Bill Brown Saloon that dates to 1913, the Conrad Olson Farmstead from 1905, and the Justice White House, a hotel that dates to 1889.
  • Redwood Town Center is the heart of shopping in the city. The Bella Bottega Shopping Center and Redmond Square add to the shopping areas.
  • It’s also easy to commute along I-405 throughout the region and up and down the coast. With Lake Sammamish nearby, there are lots of water activities here as well.

Redmond School Information

Residents in Redwood, WA, are generally able to use Lake Washington School District public schools. In the city of Redwood alone, there are 10 elementary schools, five middle schools, and two high schools. This includes schools such as Rockwell Elementary, Redmond Middle School, and the Nikola Tesla STEM High School. The community is also home to three private schools, including The Bear Creek School and Conservatory High School for performing arts students. The Lake Washington Technical College has a campus in the city, too.

For those looking for a quiet and private neighborhood or a busy, bustling suburban community, Redwood, WA, has something available for most needs. A thriving city with easy access to Seattle, it is a competitive place to buy a home.

Redmond Real Estate Agents

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