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    Snoqualmie Valley

    Evergreen forests, pristine streams, the myriad of sounds of nature, and the towering mountains in the horizon delight the senses in Snoqualmie Valley. This idyllic valley mostly follows the path of the 45-mile Snoqualmie River as it meanders through several towns and cities — including Duvall, Carnation, Fall City, Snoqualmie, and North Bend.

    Snoqualmie Valley offers the quintessential escape from the bustling city lifestyle. An easy-going atmosphere permeates the valley, where you’re free to set the pace. No one is ever in a mad rush to get to the next thing. And if you’re looking to reconnect with nature or discover new places worth traveling to, there’s an astounding number of options at your disposal.

    What you’ll love

    • Living right next door to nature.Discover an abundance of serene, tree-lined neighborhoods throughout Snoqualmie Valley. There are a number of homes situated right next to dense forests or picturesque river frontage.

    • The vibrant locale. There are several pub-style establishments and bar and restaurant hangouts in the area. Check out Duvall Tavern, Flavour Bistro Snoqualmie Falls Brewery, No Boat Brewing Company, Last Frontier Saloon, and

    • The wineries.No matter where you choose to reside in the valley, You’re never far from wine country. There are a slew of charming wineries in the area that should be on every oenophile’s list. Orenda Winery sits on a historic farm estate at the base of the Cascade Mountains. Founded by family and close friends, Sigillo Cellars has delighted local wine connoisseurs since 2010.

    • Varied cultural attractions and amusements.There is also a plethora of museums, art exhibits, and petting zoos and farms in the vast stretch of Snoqualmie Valley. The Camlann Medieval Village recreates a small rural village (dating back to the 14th century) in Southwest England. Explore the railway history of the region in the Northwest Railway Museum. Bring the family along for a day trip to kid-friendly Remlinger Farms.

    • Whitewater rafting and kayaking. Brave the raging rapids and admire the beautiful sights along the Snoqualmie River. If you’re up to the challenge, you’ll find quite a few licensed outfitters providing guided rafting tours (from beginner to advanced levels) and essential rafting equipment.

    • Three Forks Natural Area.Explore over 200 acres of pristine wilderness and open space at the junction of the north, south, and middle forks of the Snoqualmie River. The towering backdrop of Mount Si sets a dramatic scenery as you make your way through varying riverine and wetland habitats.

    • Snoqualmie Falls. Arguably the most prominent waterfall in all of Washington State, the 270-foot Snoqualmie Falls is certainly a sight to behold. The trek to the top of the falls and observation deck is well worth it. On site you’ll also find a two-acre park, gift and souvenir shop, and the adjacent Salish Lodge.

    • Picturesque golf courses. There’s no shortage of top-tier courses and country clubs where you can experience five-star amenities and services. Some recommendations to consider: Aldarra Golf Club, Blue Heron Golf Course, Twin Rivers Golf Course and Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course.

    Real estate snapshot

    Home prices throughout Snoqualmie Valley range from $400,000 to well over $3 million. Vacant lots also go up for sale every now and then, usually costing as low as $260,000 or as high as $1.5 million. You’ll find various property types in the market, including townhomes and single-family and multi-family units. As for housing styles, you’ll typically find Ranch, Traditional, and Northwest Contemporary.

    Explore your real estate options in Snoqualmie Valley with Craig Nosler. With Craig, you’ll have decades of market knowledge and proven real estate experience at your disposal. Call 425.765.5588 today.

    References:

    Spending a Day in Snoqualmie, Washington – Explore Washington State

    History of Snoqualmie Valley | Snoqualmie, WA (snoqualmiewa.gov)


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