Puyallup is located south of Seattle. Homes for sale in Puyallup 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.
Puyallup is located about 30 miles south of Seattle and 5 miles east of Tacoma. Named for a nearby native American tribe, the city's name confounds outsiders (pronounce it "p-you-al-up"). The city of Puyallup has over 30,000 residents, and is a mix of suburban and rural. Much of the downtown shopping core in Puyallup is a quaint historic district. The state's largest annual fair takes place in Puyallup every summer, and the Puyallup fairgrounds are a significant part of the landscape year round, hosting other entertainment events throughout the year.
Puyallup has a population of 40,991 in the 2019 census and is part of Pierce County. Puyallup has biking trails, parks, play areas for kids, picnic sites, and fishing areas. A great place to bring your kids is in Kiwanis Kids Spray Park in Pioneer Park. Kiwanis Kids Spray Park has a playground and shaded spots for a picnic. Wildwood Park in 1101 23rd Ave SE and DeCoursey Park in 2101 7th Ave SW also offer picnic areas. They both have play areas for kids and trails. If you're looking for a park with fishing areas, head to Bradley Lake Park at 531 31st Ave SE.
Residents and visitors get together every Saturday from mid-April to mid-October in Pioneer Park to enjoy the downtown Puyallup Farmer's Market. Many people come to the Farmers Market to purchase local produce, food, local handcrafts, plants, flowers, meats, and more. Puyallup celebrates the Washington State Fair every September. People enjoy shopping, amusement rides, and tons of free entertainment.
Puyallup is known for its antique stores and an 'old-fashioned' downtown area. The top antique shops in Puyallup are 3rd Street Antiques in 201 3rd St SE, Pioneer Antique Mall in 113 S Meridian, Upcycled Cottage in 2914 E Main Ave Suite B, and Victoria Sells Antiques in 125 S Meridian #5917. One of the historical landmarks in Downtown Puyallup is Ezra Meeker's mansion. The Puyallup School District has more than 30 schools includes Puyallup High School, Walker High School, Aylen Junior High, Glacier View Junior High, Brouillet Elementary, and Firgrove Elementary. And the public library is Puyallup Public Library at 324 S Meridian. See all new listings in Puyallup on SeattleHome.com.
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