Renton Homes & Real Estate

View today's hottest Renton homes for sale below! Located in King County, Washington, the Renton community is a Seattle suburb that lies 11 miles southeast via I-5 and WA-900. Lining the southeastern shore of Lake Washington, real estate in Renton comes with stunning views of the Cascade Mountains and Mount Rainier. The Cedar River, which runs through downtown district of the community, adds even more natural beauty to the soothing atmosphere. The area offers residents peak Pacific Northwest living near the conveniences of Seattle while far enough away to truly embrace nature on a daily basis. To request further information about Renton properties for sale or to schedule a private showing, contact your local real estate experts today.

Homes For Sale in Renton WA

Renton Real Estate Statistics September 30, 2020
130
Listed
85
Avg. DOM
$345.19
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$559,975
Med. List Price
130 Properties
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Listing information last updated on September 30, 2020 at 3:15 PM PST.

Renton Real Estate Market

Renton features a subdivision, home style and price range for anyone who might choose to buy a home this serene area. People looking for a home in the Renton area will find that the median home range in the area is around $450,000. Newly constructed home prices start at around the $350,000 mark up to $550,000 for 1,400-3,500 square feet of space through various subdivision communities and home builders. Older home prices start at around $325,00 for 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom in 1,000 square feet of space for ranch homes in the 98055 zip code. Those looking for luxurious real estate in the neighborhood will find plenty of options, with homes peaking at the $2,160,000 mark for a modern 5 bedroom and 5 bathroom new construction covering more than 2,300 square feet of space.

Renton Community Amenities

Renton offers a world of benefits to its neighborhood residents. Still near Seattle and all the modern amenities the port city has to offer, Renton is teeming with a rich organic landscape that allows for quiet, recreation, gardening and contemplation. Daily tasks like shopping are a breeze since the area features several major and specialty grocery stories that include Safeway, Fred Meyer and Al-Madina Supermarket. For daily home goods, there are two target stores within a 6-mile radius and a local Walmart. Residents can count on the Valley Medical Center for any healthcare needs. The average commute clocks in at around 30 minutes.

Entertainment abounds, especially with the proximity to Seattle where residents can visit for concerts, theater productions, sporting events like football and basketbal, and much more. However, Renton does have its own share of entertainment opportunities through the Renton Civic Centre and Club SinRock. Residents need not travel far for fine dining in the city since everyone can enjoy any type of fare imaginable, including Mexican, Italian, pubs and grills, steakhouses, BBQ spots,vegetarian cafes and much more, right around the corner. Fitness and nature enthusiasts will appreciate the vast number of parks and facilities at their disposal, including Renton City Parks, Cedar River Park and Highland Park.

Renton Local Highlights

  • Located in King County, Washington, the Renton community is a Seattle suburb that lies 11 miles southeast via I-5 and WA-900.
  • Renton features a subdivision, home style and price range for anyone who might choose to buy a home this serene area.
  • Still near Seattle and all the modern amenities the port city has to offer, Renton is teeming with a rich organic landscape that allows for quiet, recreation, gardening and contemplation.
  • Entertainment abounds, especially with the proximity to Seattle where residents can visit for concerts, theater productions, sporting events like football and basketbal, and much more.
  • Restaurant fare includes Mexican, Italian, pubs and grills, steakhouses, BBQ spots,vegetarian cafes and much more, right around the corner.
  • The area features several major and specialty grocery stories that include Safeway, Fred Meyer and Al-Madina Supermarket
  • Fitness and nature enthusiasts will appreciate the vast number of parks and facilities at their disposal, including Renton City Parks, Cedar River Park and Highland Park.

Renton School Information

The Renton Public School District serves the community, providing facilities that include Sartori Elementary, Dimmitt Middle and Renton High Schools.

Renton offers homebuyers a comfortable, tranquil and convenient little corner of the world that provides the perfect blend of low-key local activities and easy access to work opportunities and nightlife for everyone with a short trek to Seattle.

Renton Real Estate Agents

Planning to buy or sell a home in Renton? Let our real estate team guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new property. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the unique dynamics of the real estate market in Renton.

Contact South Bellevue Partners at Windermere Real Estate to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Looking to sell your Renton property? View our free market analysis page to receive a property evaluation within moments.

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