Shoreline, Washington

The name Shoreline has stuck with the city over the years even though it was originally given to the school district in the area back in 1944 due to its boundaries stretching from “shore to shore” (Puget Sound to Lake Washington) and “line to line” (the old Seattle city limit of 85th St. to the Snohomish County Line). Shoreline is divided into 14 different neighborhoods ranging from Richmond Beach in the northwest to Briarcrest in the southeast. With a current population of over 54,000 residents, Shoreline has rejuvenated and expanded over recent years to offer numerous amenities including a wide variety of supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops, fitness centers, and more. 

Located in King County just nine miles north of downtown Seattle, real estate in Shoreline is ideal for families and single professionals alike looking to settle down in a smaller community that's still a quick drive to the excitement of downtown. Homes for sale in Shoreline, Washington range from condos and townhouses to charming bungalows to luxury custom homes with dramatic views of Puget Sound. Whether new construction or recently updated, the majority of homes for sale in Shoreline offer bright and open floor plans complete with hardwood floors, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and high ceilings. Living in Shoreline residents enjoy quick access to I-5 and Highway 99 as well as 25 area parks including Richmond Beach Saltwater Park with its unique sandy beach and Boeing Creek Park with four miles of wooded hiking trails. Area educational facilities include Shoreline Community College and Shoreline School District's award-winning elementary schools, middle schools and high schools.

 

by Charles Burnett