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Snoqualmie Real Estate

Get to Know Snoqualmie

Snoqualmie, is a breathtakingly beautiful town located just 25 miles from downtown Seattle, is one of the Pacific Northwest’s smaller communities with just over 10,000 residents.

See what the homes of Snoqualmie has to offer by checking out an open house or two. If you get hungry while touring all those homes check out or Best of The Eastside list for the best, Breakfast, Mexican, and Ice CreamIssaquah and Maple Valley are two other neighborhoods worth checking out if you are interested in moving to the Snoqualmie area.

Get to know the area by checking out a few of the businesses that Tribeca NW has featured like Dirt Fish, Northwest Bicycle, and Big Star Studios.

The town is the halfway point between downtown and the Snoqualmie Pass. Residents and visitors of this small historic town enjoy the natural beauty of the area, a historic atmosphere and modern conveniences only a short drive away.

Some favorite areas of Snoqualmie to explore include Snoqualmie Falls and Salish Lodge, Snoqualmie Casino, The Northwest Railway Museum, Snoqualmie Ridge ,and the Historic District with a unique selection of shopping and dining.

This beautiful city is surrounded by mountains and evergreen trees making it a desirable location for people to put down roots and call home.

Snoqualmie School District

Ranked one of the top districts in the area, the Snoqualmie Valley School District receives an average rating of 8-9.

The small, yet educational driven and student focused  district has 5 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 2 high school campuses.

Snoqualmie Falls is one Washington state’s most popular tourist attractions, with over 1.5 million visitors each year. The falls, which is 270 ft, is between Snoqualmie and neighboring Fall City.

Visitors can observe the beauty from afar by watching from the observation deck above the falls, or venture down the path to the lower observation deck. At the  falls you will also find a gift shop, two acre park, free visitor parking, and The Salish Lodge. Oh, and good news, your leashed furry friend is more than welcome to join you!

The views are breathtaking and the experience is once in a lifetime? What more could you ask for in your backyard?

Downtown Snoqualmie is full of history, and much of that history has been preserved through original updated buildings and mom and pop shops and cafes.

The historic feel is important to the image of downtown Snoqualmie and whenever you visit, you feel like you are headed back to your childhood home to make new memories with old friends.

The newest part of Snoqualmie is the Snoqualmie Ridge. Featuring new construction, convenient shopping and unique dining, the ridge is built on 2,100 acres of land. With over 3,500 homes in the area, vibrant business and modern retail experience a short walk away, the community was built with a work, play, live mentality.