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Mount Vernon Real Estate
Mount Vernon is a vibrant and unique place full of opportunity and job potential. The stunning Mount Vernon real estate is located approximately 60 miles north of Seattle. It has an exciting, welcoming culture and all the single family homes you could ever ask for. Affordable prices and a close proximity to waterfront views make this one of the most desirable locations in the state. It’s well known for a myriad of incredible cultures and events that occur throughout the year, and its dining options are next to none. Partake in massive markets and the most breathtaking views you’ve ever seen, too!
Mount Vernon homes for sale consist mainly of losingle-familymily homes and the occasional condominium. Less commonly, one can find townhomes and mobile homes. Land for sale is situated in some truly spectacular areas full of cedar, spruce, and pine trees. Epic views of Padilla Bay and Skagit Bay are next to none, and easy access to the Skagit River is an angler’s dream. Prices for these unreal properties start at under $50,000 and go up to more than 3 million dollars.
If it’s always been your dream to live on an acreage with panoramic ocean and mountain views, then look no further than the areas close to the Skagit River. Obtain lots of more than 600 acres and plan your home of a lifetime, whether it is a functioning farm or an equestrian’s dream property.
No matter where you live in Mount Vernon, you’ll always be blessed to see the majestic Olympic Mountains. Against the backdrop of these mountains are properties with large living spaces – up to 8,000 square feet or more – and impressive properties that offer residents plenty of privacy.
Quiet cul-de-sacs sit at the end of many streets, and some of them flow into public parks like Bakerview Park, Hillcrest Park, and Little Mountain Park.
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Located in the fertile Skagit Valley on the shores of the Skagit River, the city of Mount Vernon has a long been famous for its tulip farms. Windmills and giant fields of red and yellow flowers are a common sight here. Residents celebrate with the month-long Tulip Festival every April and recently, Mount Vernon artists, local business and government came together to paint a giant five flower mural onto a downtown smokestack. The giant tulip bouquet is now visible throughout the town and serves as a cheerful reminder of Mount Vernon's most colorful export.
Mount Vernon is still a fairly rural community with lots of room to grow and buyers looking at land for sale in Mount Vernon Washington will like what they see. This part of Washington State is growing rapidly and Mount Vernon property is a developer's dream. The city of Mount Vernon is still far enough off the beaten track to be unspoiled, but with a long history, strong community and easy access to Seattle, Bellingham and nearby Everett. If you're looking for your own piece of the Pacific Northwest, this rural community deserves a second glance.
Living In MT Vernon, WA
When it comes to life in Mount Vernon, there’s never a lack of things to do. Between all kinds of engaging events and recreational activities, people of all ages will never find themselves with nothing to do. Eaglemont Golf Course is just one of many recreational activities, and it boasts well-kept greens, a challenging course, and fantastic food.
Built on the shores of the Skagit River that flows into the Puget sound, Mount Vernon Washington has interesting recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. The Skagit River is a haven for Salmon, steelhead and trout fishing. Fly fishing is also popular in the area. Nearby Little Mountain is a main recreational area in Mount Vernon where residents and visitors enjoy extensive hiking trails, gorgeous views of the tulip fields and hang gliding from the mountain. Local public parks and recreational facilities include Sherman Anderson Ball Park, complete with batting cage; Bakerview Park rec center and BMX track; and Hillcrest Play Park and lodge.
A walk through Mount Vernon's charming downtown streets reveals plenty of shops, local businesses and pleasant destinations. With a diverse real estate market, new developments easily converge with interesting modernist architecture like a vaudeville theater built in 1926 or an old-time soda fountain complete with its original classic neon sign.
Mount Vernon is between one and two hours outside of Seattle, and well connected to all major economic centers in the area. The Skagit Station in Mount Vernon connects all major bus and train lines in the area. Commuters can access the Skagit Transit bus, Greyhound bus, Amtrak, Cascades Rail and Taxi service from the station. The Everett Express bus connects travelers to the Sounder Train in Everett. Drivers also have easy access to the I-5.
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Listing information last updated on June 4th, 2020 at 4:07am PDT.