The community of Shoreline is ideally situated between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, on the Northern border of Seattle. With abundant activities and many neighborhoods to choose from, nearly everyone can find their place in Shoreline.

Shoreline is home to award winning public schools and Shoreline Community College, unlimited business opportunities, and some of the best places to call home in the Northwest. Communities such as Richmond Beach and Innis Arden are renown for their stunning Sound views and class Northwest-Contemporary-meets-Midcentury-Modern architecture. Largely developed by the Boeing family as a fairly private estate, Innis Arden’s land was later parceled out and sold, and saw much new development in the 1950s and 1960s.

For those who like to spend time outdoors, Shoreline features over 20 public parks, including 3 off-leash dog parks. The 27 mile long Burke-Gilman Trail runs through Shoreline along the Eastern boundary, near Lake Washington, connecting to Bothell in the East and Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood in the West.

Often considered a reprieve from the Seattle housing market, home prices in Shoreline are seen as much more affordable. The proximity to Seattle, and abundant public transportation, makes it an ideal location for those who work in Seattle but are priced out.