Snoqualmie, Washington is located just 20-25 miles east of Bellevue and Seattle. A scenic side step from I-90, Snoqualmie is the perfect place to call home for its nearly 11,000 residents who love its balance of modern amenities and natural highlights. What a treat to live near one of Washington’s most spectacular natural attractions, Snoqualmie Falls. This small-town community cherishes its heritage and offers welcoming attractions for visitors from around the world. For winter sports enthusiasts, Snoqualmie Pass is closer than a drive to the airport! The Summit at Snoqualmie offers inner tubing fun for the whole family, ski and snowboarding lessons, and cabin rentals for romantic get-a-ways.
Formed by ancient glaciers, Snoqualmie’s lush landscape first appealed to Washington pioneers with its abundance of timber and agricultural value. Lumber mills provided steady employment through the town’s early days, even supplying spruce wood for airplanes built during World War I. In addition, the development of local railroads facilitated the expansion of its lumber and farming markets to the rest of the state and beyond. The engineering of its first power plant at Snoqualmie Falls created even more jobs. Incorporated in 1903, Snoqualmie has proven its endurance and evolution to this day.
Snoqualmie business professionals appreciate an easy commute to nearby high-tech giants: Microsoft and Nintendo. An increasing number of workers skip the commute altogether, sipping home brewed coffee right from their home office. Neighbors nurture social connections at local coffee shops, neighbor parks, and community events. Considered one of the safest communities in the nation, the city of Snoqualmie is protected by caring and involved law enforcement officers; the Snoqualmie Police Department’s motto is Our Community—Our Commitment.
- Neighborhood parks and family picnic areas
- Top rated restaurants and spa lodge resorts
- Nature trails for hiking and mountain biking
- Year-round entertainment at Snoqualmie Casino
- Well maintained historical sites, gift & antique shops
- Thriving community networks, churches, and schools
Snoqualmie median home price is $565,000 and with so many homebuyers zooming in on this community, new construction is plentiful and perfect for growing families. Your children will treasure Snoqualmie as their hometown for generations to come!
If the safety and serenity of Snoqualmie sounds like your style, give Roy Towse a call today at 425.444.8089.