Guides

    • Des Moines

      Des Moines is a small city about halfway between Seattle and Tacoma. Situated to the east of Seattle,  Des Moines has quite a long stretch of coastline, with stunning views of Puget Sound, several of its…

    • Edmonds

      Edmonds is a waterfront community, about 11 miles northwest of Seattle. It’s known for its cozy small town feel, arts and food scene, and its ferry that runs to the…

    • Issaquah

      Issaquah is a city about 15 miles east of Seattle, along Interstate 90, near the footsteps of the Cascade Range. It is quiet, yet vibrant, and offers a wide variety…

    • Kenmore

      Kenmore is a small city at the north end of Lake Washington. Though it has historically been known as a quiet bedroom community for both the East Side and Seattle,…

    • Kent

      Kent is the 6th-largest city in Washington, and sits about 19 miles to the south of Seattle. Kent is home to the Oberto Sausage Company and REI, and has significant…

    • Kirkland

      Kirkland is Washington’s 6th-largest city, and sits on Lake Washington’s east side, across the water from Seattle, just north of Bellevue. Kirkland is famous for its high-end real estate, stunning…

    • Lake Forest Park

      Lake Forest Park was originally designed as a planned community, filled with single-family homes on large lots, with an emphasis on appreciating and preserving the natural landmarks of the area.…

    • Lynnwood

      Lynnwood is a small town situated just about equidistant between Everett and Seattle. Known for it’s quiet, suburban feel and affordable housing, Lynnwood is also home to one of the…

    • Mercer Island

      Mercer Island is an island (surprise!) city on Lake Washington, in between Seattle and Bellevue. It’s more of a small suburban town, than a city, really. Mercer Island is primarily…

    • Redmond

      Redmond is one of the largest cities on the east side of Lake Union. It is most famous for being the home of Microsoft, but it has several other claims…

    • Alki

      The Alki neighborhood is, perhaps, Seattle’s most unique. Almost like a little slice of California (at least on the warmer days) Alki has one the Northwest’s few sandy beaches. The…

    • Bellevue

      Long known as Seattle’s little sister city to the east, Bellevue has grown up, from a small town surrounded by farms and fields, to a bustling metropolitan center, lit up by life,…

    • Bothell

      “Welcome to Bothell, for a day or a lifetime!” Known for its quiet neighborhoods, reasonable housing prices, and close proximity to both Seattle and the East Side cities of Woodinville,…

    • Burien

      Southwest of Seattle, along the West Seattle peninsula, sits the little town of Burien. Having long been something of a hidden gem, away from the hustle of the city, Burien…

    • Medina and Clyde Hill

      If you head east from Seattle, across the Evergreen Point floating bridge, you’ll find yourself passing through some of the most affluent zip codes in the world. Surrounded on three…