Shoreline Homes & Real Estate

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Shoreline, WA

Within reach of Seattle, yet far enough away to be considered semi-rural, Shoreline's natural beauty, abundant resources and location were recognized by the first people to live in the area. Those same characteristics continue to describe Shoreline today.  As with many of the Seattle Metropolitan area’s outlying cities, Shoreline grew alongside the introduction of major railways. 

With the end of World War II came a tremendous demand for family housing. The late 1940s saw large housing developments, such as Ridgecrest, spring up seemingly overnight. Schools ran on double shifts as families with young children moved into the new homes. In the late 1940s, business leaders and residents began to see Shoreline as a unified region rather than scattered settlements concentrated at Interurban stops and railroad accesses.

In 1944, the name "Shoreline" was used for the first time to describe the school district. Coined by a student at the Lake City Elementary School, it defined a community which went from city line to county line and from the shore of Puget Sound to the shore of Lake Washington.  It wasn’t until 1995 that Shoreline officially became a city being incorporated by King County. Today with almost 54,000 residents, Shoreline is Washington's 20th largest city.

Homes for Sale in Shoreline, WA

Shoreline December 4, 2020
68
Listed
64
Avg. DOM
$560.01
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$649,900
Med. List Price
68 Properties
Page 1 of 6
$375,000
Subdivision: Shoreline
2
Beds
1
Baths
0.26
Acres
1946
Year Built
1
Day on Site
1694533
MLS ®
Come and see! Shoreline rambler with massive backyard is waiting for your vision! Great condo
alternative with a huge 11,000+ sq ft lot with a level entry and no stairs. Lots of opportunity with...
$640,000
Subdivision: Ridgecrest
4
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
1,680
Sq.Ft.
1948
Year Built
1
Day on Site
1693936
MLS ®
You'll love this charming and tastefully updated home in wonderful Shoreline! Situated on a large lot between two parks, this home boasts 4 beds, 1.5 baths, a fully-finished daylight basement, and...
$210,000
Subdivision: Shoreline
1
Beds
1
Baths
2.29
Acres
1968
Year Built
1
Day on Site
1695418
MLS ®
Enjoy lakeside living in the heart of Shoreline. This updated unit has brand new LVP flooring and fresh paint. Enjoy
views of the lake & waterfront grounds including 2 ponds from the bdrm &...
$475,000
Subdivision: Lake Forest Park
3
Beds
1
Baths
1,091
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
1
Day on Site
1693520
MLS ®
Welcome to this charming 3Bed/1Bath rambler in a great location. Situated blocks from I-5, public transport, freeways, desirable schools, shopping, dining & future light rail. All Appliances included....
$880,880
Condo: The Towns On 145Th
3
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
2021
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1695305
MLS ®
Welcome to Towns on 145th by Intracorp, Building the Extraordinary! Located 1/4 mile from future light rail station in desirable Shoreline. School district ranks #7 in WA state. Will feature 4-star...
$575,000
Subdivision: Hillwood
3
Beds
1
Baths
1,460
Sq.Ft.
1950
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1695042
MLS ®
Welcome to this charming, cute, and remodeled Shoreline abode! This home has been updated throughout including new roof, new vinyl flooring, new carpet, new trim, brand new interior paint, and new...
$828,880
Condo: The Towns On 145Th
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2020
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1695303
MLS ®
Welcome to Towns on 145th by Intracorp, Building the Extraordinary! Located 1/4 mile from future light rail station in desirable Shoreline. Sch dis ranks #7 in WA state. Will feature 4-star Built...
$549,000
Subdivision: Shoreline
3
Beds
1
Baths
1,250
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1694027
MLS ®
Start the new year off in style & comfort in a home that will surely bring you joy. This 3 bed /1 bath rambler has a super smart layout that lives larger than your average 1,250 sq ft home. Bedrooms...
$274,950
Condo: Ballinger Creek
2
Beds
1
Baths
1983
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1690059
MLS ®
This stylish and recently remodeled 2 bed 1 bath end unit condo provides both comfort and a functional design. Features include: Updated kitchen with quartz countertops, in unit w/d, storage, wood...
$365,000
Subdivision: North City
3
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
1,060
Sq.Ft.
1978
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1694810
MLS ®
Shoreline rambler with massive backyard is waiting for your vision! Lots of opportunity with this solid three bedroom home. Half bath off the master bedroom, large crawl space. Roof replaced in 2013....
$479,000
Subdivision: Ridgecrest
2
Beds
1
Baths
780
Sq.Ft.
1941
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1691724
MLS ®
Location, location, location! Situated blocks from I-5, Aurora Ave N AND the future light rail station on 145th St, this well-maintained 2bd 1ba cozy home awaits your personal touches and updates....
$649,900
Subdivision: Meridian Park
4
Beds
1
Baths
2,640
Sq.Ft.
1913
Year Built
2
Days on Site
1694899
MLS ®
Newly remodeled early 20th Century Craftsman with new exterior and interior paint, new carpet and vinyl plank flooring. Fully fenced corner lot with tons of parking. Skylight sun kissed great room...

Moving to Shoreline, Washington

Why should I move to Shoreline?

The City of Shoreline’s affordable land costs as well as proximity to nearby economic hubs allow for not just economic growth, but also quality of life opportunities unparalleled in the Puget Sound region. 

The city of Shoreline is easily commutable by Eastside, Seattle, Everett and Eastside workers.  Interstate 5 and Aurora Highway 99 run through Shoreline North to South making it easy to get where you want to go. 

Shoreline residents can ditch their cars during the day to be chauffeured around town by three of the region’s transit agencies. Transit access is a top priority in Shoreline, with eight park-and-ride lots, multiple bus routes and Metro’s RapidRide from Aurora Village transit center to Downtown Seattle.  Maybe you prefer a two-wheeled commute?  Shoreline has you covered with just over three miles of the Interurban Trail that takes you south to Seattle or north to Everett.

The housing in Shoreline is widely varied from affordable and luxury, single family and condominiums, vintage and new, and everything in between.  Compared to the surrounding Seattle Metropolitan areas, Shoreline is very affordable.  The right piece of real estate is out there for everyone in Shoreline.

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

Lake Washington sits just on the outskirts of Shoreline’s eastern boundary.  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. 

Shoreline’s western boundary is the Puget Sound.  Boating, whale watching and gorgeous ferry ride adventures are just outside your door.   One of Shoreline’s best kept secrets is the 3.4 miles of Puget Sound shoreline surrounding Richmond Beach.  In a region of breath-taking views, this one stands alone.  Richmond Beach Saltwater Park offers the community a place to play with family, and friends even in the winter.

If you head 20 miles as the crow flies in any direction, you’ll reach most major destinations including Pike Place Market, University of Washington, Microsoft’s Redmond campus, Sea-Tac Airport, Paine Field/Boeing, Amazon’s campus in South Lake Union, multiple ferry terminals to points beyond, multiple hospitals, downtown Seattle, downtown Bellevue, and downtown Everett, nationally renowned museums and cultural venues and world-class shopping.  With all this in reach, it’s no surprise that there’s 1.1 million jobs and 2.1 million people within 20 miles of Shoreline.

If you are an outdoor enthusiast, Shoreline is just an hour and a half’s drive from Snoqualmie Pass Ski and Recreation area.  Parks, trails, rivers and lakes dot the region.  There are several golf courses including Seattle Gold Club that are close by.  Hiking, biking, fishing, golfing, kayaking, skiing, camping, boating, dining, shopping.  The list goes on and on! 

What about Shoreline Schools and Education?

Shoreline’s highly sought after public schools are rated at 8 out of 10 by Greatschools.org, with a 25 percent above average in-state proficiency.  Both public high schools were recently completely rebuilt, creating inspiring learning environments for students and beautiful campuses for surrounding neighbors.  Shoreline is also home to award winning Shoreline Community College and is only a short drive to the Seattle University of Washington Campus. 

The k-12 and higher learning institutions in and around the City of Shoreline make Shoreline Real Estate some of the most family friendly in the Pacific Northwest.  Shoreline is a great choice for your family’s 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 Renton 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 Shoreline home of your dreams!