Stanwood WA Homes For Sale
The story of Stanwood, WA
The city of Stanwood, Washington has small town character and a great sense of community. Settled in 1866 as a trading post at the mouth of the Stilliguamish River, Stanwood,Washington is small with a population of less than 8000 residence, but is continuing to grow.
Things To Do
A new train station opened up in 2009. Near the station, visitors will find many unique shops and restaurants less than one block walk. Some locally owned favorite restaurants include the Stanwood Hotel and Saloon, Jimmy’s Pizza and Pasta , Farmers Cafe and my personal favorite The Paddle Pub.
If music is your thing Stanwood hosts a summer concert series or year round live music and Karaoke at several local hot spots. In the summer check out Port Susan Farmer’s market which features fresh locally grown produce and local goods. The first weekend in August is devoted to the Stanwood/Camano Fair, a country fair full of animals, exhibits and local vendors. Stanwood is also home to the 2nd largest lake in Snohomish County, Lake Goodwin and Wenberg County Park are local hot spots for swimming, fishing, water sports and camping.
Stanwood, Washington is located less than one hour North of Seattle, far enough to be outside the metro area yet easily accessible to all major cities and approximately 1.5 hours to the Canadian border.
Why work with Prime Listings Group
Are you looking for Stanwood Wa homes for sale?
With hundreds of homes sold locally, our real estate team offers the resources to help you sell your Stanwood, Washington house fast. We are the top real estate agents in Stanwood. We know the area and local market better than anyone else.
We promise to help you…
- Save time worrying about your purchase or sale so you can keep enjoying your life
- Avoid costly mistakes that can pop up with difficult transactions
- Keep more money in your pocket
- … and more.
We’re excited to work with you!
Give me a call at 425-239-2723 or dive into the resources we have on this site.
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