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Mill Creek

Mill Creek Washington is a planned community that turned into a city. When the golf course was constructed in 1975, a planned country club community was built around it. Incorporated in 1983, in 2013 it was ranked at #36 in Money Magazin...

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Lynnwood

Lynnwood, Washington is a city that has evolved from a logging village, to stump ranches, to chicken farms, and now to a thriving community that is home to a community college, a $34 million convention center, and five shopping centers, inc...

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Lake Forest Park

Nestled against the northwest shores of Lake Washington, the city of Lake Forest Park is still what the original developers envisioned - a picturesque retreat for professionals, set apart from the hustle and bustle of commerce. Real Esta...

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Kirkland

The city of Kirkland, Washington holds the distinction of being the only city whose downtown is located on the banks of Lake Washington. Visitors, shoppers, residents, and those employed downtown can stroll to Marina Park for a quick lunch ...

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Kingston

The small town of Kingston, Washington was once known as Appletree Cove. Once a logging town, this town of just over 2,000 residents is now an economic and social center at the north end of the Kitsap Peninsula. Real Estate The med...

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Issaquah

Issaquah is one of the fastest growing suburbs in America today. Located only 15 miles east of downtown Seattle, it is also known as the bright cultural beacon of the east King County. Voted one of the most livable cities in the country ...

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Fall City

Fall City is a small town by anyone's standards. With an area of only 1.3 square miles and a population of 1,993, you might think this unincorporated area of King County, Washington would have little to offer. You'd be wrong. In fact, re...

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Carnation

The rural western Washington dairy and farming community of Carnation is home to farmers, ranchers, and those who wish to escape city congestion and enjoy biking, hiking, camping, and fishing while surrounded by the natural beauty of the Ca...

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Bremerton

As of a 2013 State Population Estimate, Bremerton, Washington, with a population of 39,056 and an area of 32.29 square miles, is the largest city on the Kitsap Peninsula. Home to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and the Bremerton Annex of?Nava...

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Bothell

Bothell, Washington is one of the most energetic of Seattle's suburbs. School sports play an important role in the community, and the steadily increasing population is involved in a multitude of community events, especially during the summe...

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