Monroe is located on the Eastside. Homes for sale in Monroe 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.
Monroe is a quiet city in Snohomish County. It is 30 miles northeast of Seattle and has a 20,672 population on the 2020 census. Monroe offers gorgeous landscapes because of its majestic cascade mountains background. The city has rural areas for large farms and busy downtown areas for restaurants and shops like Benjarong Thai Restaurant, Mi Tierra, Bella Balducci's Mediterranean Cuisine, Fred Meyer, and Walmart Supercenter. There are many things to do in Monroe like fishing, swimming, family picnics, horseback riding, taekwondo, and skiing. Residents in Monroe celebrate Evergreen State Fair every year from late August through Labor Day. It's twelve days fair with trade shows, horse shows, and auto races.
Monroe has many parks and recreational areas. The largest park in Monroe is Al Borlin Park, which has hiking trails and fishing areas. And the large community park is Lake Tye Park, which has a skate park and sports playfields. If you're looking for picnic sites in Monroe, you will have many options, including Rainier View Park, Al Borlin Park, Currie View Park, Park Meadows Park, Cedar Grove Park, Skykomish River Park, and Lake Tye Park. Schools in Monroe are Monroe High School in 17001 Tester Rd, Fryelands Elementary School in 15286 Fryelands Blvd, Park Place Middle School in 1408 W Main St, and Monroe Montessori School in 733 Village Way. And the Public library is Monroe Library (Sno-Isle Library) at 1070 Village Way. See all new listings in Monroe on SeattleHome.com.