Issaquah is located on the Eastside. Homes for sale in Issaquah include foreclosures (bank-owned homes), short sales, new construction, luxury and traditional resale homes. Home styles range from condos to townhomes and single-family homes.
Issaquah is a growing city at the South end of Lake Sammamish, just a short drive East on I-90 from Seattle. A smaller city of around 30,000 residents, Issaquah has a historic downtown district and a newly developed area to the east in Issaquah Highlands. A large number of new construction houses, condos, and townhomes have been recently built in this growing community, which attracts many of the Seattle area's relocating home buyers.
Issaquah has surrounding mountains: Squak Mountain, Tiger Mountain, and Cougar Mountain. The neighboring highlands feature hiking trails and outdoor activities. Visitors and Residents visit the Cougar Mountain Zoo (west of Issaquah) to see endangered species like cougars, camelids, ratites, lemurs, wallabies, cranes, macaws, and reindeer. Another local attraction in Issaquah is the Village Theatre in 303 Front St N. It's an Equity theater with live stage plays in downtown Issaquah. For those who like to see the vintage train cars and enjoy the trolley ride from May to September, check out Issaquah Depot Museum at 78 1st Ave NE. Issaquah has Costco Wholesale at 1801 10th Ave NW, which sells bulk groceries. Other employers in Issaquah are Boehm's Candies in 255 NE Gilman Blvd, Darigold Issaquah in 611 Front St N, Microsoft, SanMar, and Siemens Medical Solutions' Ultrasound Group.
Residents in Issaquah celebrate the Salmon Days Festival on the first weekend of October every year. There are many entertainments of the festival such as live music, sports events, fencing, a golf tournament, and bike rides. If you're looking for shops and restaurants in Issaquah, visit the unique shopping center named Gilman Village at 317 NW Gilman Blvd Ste 32. The hospital in Issaquah is the Swedish Medical Center at 751 NE Blakely Dr, which has a capacity of 175 inpatient beds. Issaquah School District (with 28 schools) is serving the students in Issaquah. And the public library in the city is Issaquah Library at 10 W Sunset Way. See all new listings in Issaquah on SeattleHome.com.
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