Shoreline is located north of Seattle. Homes for sale in Shoreline 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.
Shoreline is a city just North of Seattle with around 50,000 residents. Incorporated in 1995, Shoreline has a well-regarded school district and a number of well-known neighborhoods near the Puget Sound waterfront in the west. Short commutes and more affordable housing in central Shoreline are strong pulls for many home buyers who work in Seattle. The Highlands, an extremely-private luxury community on the bluffs of Puget Sound, became a part of Shoreline during incorporation, though it operates nearly independently as its own city.
Shoreline has a population of 56,267 in the 2019 census and is part of King County. Shoreline has many parks, excellent schools, 14 neighborhoods, easy access to transit, and has breathtaking views of Puget Sound. Kruckeberg Botanic Garden in 20312 15th Ave NW is one of the tourist spots in Shoreline. It features beautiful plants, tall trees, a play area for kids, and trails. If you're looking for a beachfront park, visit Richmond Beach Saltwater Park in 2021 NW 190th St. Another place to enjoy is Shoreline Historical Museum at 18501 Linden Ave N. The Museum features pictures and artifacts of local history. Other interesting spots in Shoreline are Hamlin Park, Shoreline Stadium, Boeing Creek, and Shoreview Park.
Most of the shops and restaurants in Shoreline are in the street of Aurora Ave N. Some of the visited restaurants in the city are Spiro's Pizza & Pasta, Taqueria El Sabor, The Habit Burger Grill, and Aurora Borealis. And if you're looking for the shopping malls, you will find Aurora Square, Parkwood Plaza, and Gateway. Schools in Shoreline are The Evergreen School in 15201 Meridian Ave N, Meridian Park Elementary School in 17077 Meridian Ave N, King's Elementary School in 19531 Dayton Ave N, and North Seattle French School in 18560 1st Ave NE. And the Public library is Shoreline Library at 345 NE 175th St. See all new listings in Shoreline on SeattleHome.com.
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