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Kirkland, WA - “The Little City That Could”

In 1886, Peter Kirk, a British born enterprising businessman seeking to expand the family’s Moss Bay steel production company, moved to Washington after hearing that vast iron deposits had been discovered in the Cascade mountain range.  Kirk’s dream of dominating the local steel industry never came to fruition, but due to his efforts and attention which Kirk himself drew to the area, in 1905 his namesake town of Kirkland was incorporated into King County. 

Since its incorporation, the City of Kirkland has grown to approximately 12 times its original geographical boundaries.  Kirkland’s popularity is partly due to its proximity to the major economic hubs of Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond and Renton. Kirkland’s real estate market has enjoyed tremendous growth in recent history and is a sought after area by many looking to relocate to the Puget Sound region.

Homes for Sale in Kirkland, WA

Kirkland September 18, 2020
218
Listed
57
Avg. DOM
$583.07
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,000,000
Med. List Price
218 Properties
Page 1 of 19
$792,000
Subdivision: North Rose Hill
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,320
Sq.Ft.
2005
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1662596
MLS ®
Surrender your heart to ‘Surrender Cove’ Cottage at cherished Danielson Grove! First time on market! Distinguished design, breathtaking gardens, light-filled, spaces, & rich interior detail. Private...
$935,000
Subdivision: Bridle Trails
3
Beds
1F13/411/2
Baths
1,959
Sq.Ft.
1972
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1664476
MLS ®
This sweet sanctuary in coveted Bridle Trails is where house meets “home”. Thoughtfully updated & move-in ready w/ open & inviting main floor featuring vaulted ceilings, a cozy wood fireplace &...
2
Beds
1F13/4
Baths
1,066
Sq.Ft.
1980
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1663581
MLS ®
Safe, Tranquil & Convenience. RARE top level home with 15 ft. vaulted ceilings has 2 beds + 1.75 baths, plenty of storage, private deck, extra closet space & covered parking in the very well managed...
$999,999
Subdivision: West Of Market
3
Beds
2
Baths
2,440
Sq.Ft.
1926
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1664774
MLS ®
History and charm meets modern sophistication. 1926 craftsman is sure to impress! Original hardwoods at entry surrounds the warm living and dining area taking in plenty of natural light. Ktchn is...
$749,900
Subdivision: Kingsgate
3
Beds
1F13/411/2
Baths
1,603
Sq.Ft.
1987
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1660181
MLS ®
Remodeled & nicely maintained 3 bdrm, 2.25 ba home in a quiet cul-de-sac. The open-concept main floor features a beautifully updated kitchen with stainless appls & Quartz countertops. New engineered...
2
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
1,318
Sq.Ft.
1978
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1663663
MLS ®
Rare opportunity for the best-kept secret in Kirkland. Have the best of both worlds with this hidden gem that's a short stroll from Juanita Beach, parks, buses, farmers market, restaurants, coffee...
2
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
859
Sq.Ft.
1978
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1664525
MLS ®
You must come see this lovely 2 bedroom condo in highly sought after Juanita Beach area! Minutes from restaurants, coffee, entertainment, shops, parks and the beach - the location is ideal! Stainless...
$1,150,000
Condo: Acacia
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,914
Sq.Ft.
2010
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1663283
MLS ®
Located in the heart of DT Kirkland, this 2 bed + office condo with covered patio that opens to grass lawn + office access from exterior side yard is the most ideal WFH setting. All the coveted...
$660,000
Subdivision: Inglewood/Inglemoor
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,450
Sq.Ft.
1962
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1661379
MLS ®
Charming, 4 bedroom, 1 story Kirkland home is full of desirable updates including both baths & kitchen. Newer furnace, water heater, windows & NEW A/C. Open concept living with kitchen/dining in the...
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,371
Sq.Ft.
1995
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1663084
MLS ®
Private & beautiful town home in Juanita that lives just like a house! Sunken living room and open floor plan that flows into the kitchen. Recently updated with quartz countertops, central AC, new SS...
$1,088,000
Subdivision: Downtown
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,104
Sq.Ft.
1995
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1665065
MLS ®
Turn key condition townhouse with partial lake & mountain views. This completely remodeled (2005), well maintained home offers a master with ensuite. Light filled living room with big tall windows,...
$1,088,000
Subdivision: Downtown
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,104
Sq.Ft.
1995
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1665043
MLS ®
Turn key condition townhouse with partial lake & mountain views. This completely remodeled (2005), well maintained home offers a master with ensuite. Light filled living room with big tall windows,...

Moving to Kirkland, Washington

Why should I move to Kirkland?

Kirkland is situated along several miles of Lake Washington shoreline.  Kirkland’s centralized location offers ease of travel and proximity to major universities, colleges and ports.  With major industry leaders such as Boeing, Amazon, Microsoft, Starbucks and many more located less than 15 miles away, Kirkland has no shortage of avenues for personal as well as economic opportunity. 

Kirkland’s real estate market has seen a 198% increase since 2000 and is still growing.  Kirkland has numerous waterfront and woodland parks to enjoy and there is no lack of local activities to participate in throughout the year.  The most notable positive aspect about Kirkland, however, is its sense of community.

Kirkland is endowed with a beautiful physical setting and distinct neighborhoods each with its own unique character. The City Council and staff work closely with each neighborhood to ensure high-quality services are provided, neighborhood associations are supported, and issues are responsively addressed. This is at the heart of what gives Kirkland its incredible sense of community. 

The City of Kirkland is easily commutable by Eastside, Seattle, Everett and Tacoma workers.  Interstate 405 runs North to South connecting to I-5 on both sides.  I-90 is just a short drive to the South for another access route to Seattle and Eastern Washington.  Highway 520 connects Kirkland to Seattle via the 520 floating bridge.  SeaTac International Airport is just a shuttle ride away.

The housing in Kirkland is widely varied from affordable and luxury, single family and condominiums, vintage and new, and everything in between.  Kirkland has real estate that meets a variety of family as well as budgetary needs.

What sort of fun things are there to do in Kirkland?

Kirkland’s residents enjoy a uniquely Northwest neighborhood community feel.  With walkable shopping areas, beach parks and endless dining options, Kirkland has a very wide variety of activities to hold anyone’s attention and make you feel at home. 

During the summer, local residents of neighboring cities flock to visit Kirkland's many waterfront parks on Lake Washington. Kirkland has neighborhood parks as well, contains a corner of Saint Edward State Park, and abuts the equestrian Bridle Trails State Park. The waterfront parks are linked by a paved trail, which is open until dusk.  Juanita Beach Park is another major park in Kirkland, and is a tourist attraction.

Lake Washington is the largest lake in King County and 2nd largest in the state.  It is a destination for many.  At over 22 miles long, the lake offers an endless amount of recreational possibilities.  From Juanita Bay, Juanita Beach Park, Marina Park you can watch the Blue Angels practice for their aerial performance over the annual hydroplane races that take place during Seafair Weekend. 

If you are an outdoor enthusiast, Kirkland is just drive from Snoqualmie Pass Ski and Recreation area, or an hour and a half from Stevens Pass.  Mt. Rainier National Park isn’t too far away.  The Puget Sound is 30 minutes away and the Pacific Ocean isn’t much further.  Kirkland hosts several festivals, markets and fairs that go on throughout the year.  There are several golf courses including The Golf Club at Newcastle and Willow’s Run that are close by.  Hiking, biking, fishing, golfing, kayaking, skiing, camping, boating, dining, shopping.  The list goes on and on! 

What about Kirkland Schools and Education?

There is a reason that Kirkland is known to be a major center of opportunity in the Puget Sound region not only for businesses, but also individuals.  The number of individuals in the workforce that hold a four or more year degree is nearly double the national average.  Kirkland’s schools are nationally recognized and Kirkland’s proximity to well known colleges and universities, such as the University of Washington and the Lake Washington Institute of Technology makes it a prime location for families looking to the future.

Where can I get more information?

That’s where the King County Real Estate Team comes in!  If you have more questions and are ready to find your piece of Kirkland Real Estate, give us a call.  The King County Real Estate Team of knowledgeable Realtors know the area well and are here to help you find the Kirkland home of your dreams!