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Whether you want a single-family home, a condominium, or a townhome, Stanwood homes for sale have you covered. Lots for sale of up to 60 acres or more are perfect for those who want to custom build their dream home from the ground up. Some single-family homes offer great renovation potential, making them ideal for someone who wants to turn something old into something beautiful and new. Whatever your desire, there is something in Stanwood for everyone!
For housing options close to Port Susan Middle School and Stanwood High School, have a look at 272nd St NW and 267 St NW. Homes in these areas are not only close to the above-mentioned schools, but they boast spacious lots; some streets even end in quiet cul-de-sacs, perfect for both peace and safety.
If you’re in search of something quieter, head to the northwest side of the city. There, you will find big single-family homes at affordable prices. Streets curve elegantly, and some end in quiet cul-de-sacs that open into walking trails that can take you for miles. Forests and farmland make this area one of the most beautiful in the city.
Throughout Stanwood, mature trees line the streets and the flow of the Stillaguamish River has the potential to lull you to sleep. Outdoor recreation is popular among Stanwood residents, and they have the privilege of being able to walk along the river’s edge or go for a hike without having to travel to do it.
When it comes to amenities, Stanford has many. Between shopping and dining experiences that are well within walking distance and access to the majestic Stillaguamish River, it’s impossible to grow bored in this city. See below for some of Stanford’s most notable amenities:
A mere 10 minutes away by car, you can check out the famous Canopy Tours Northwest. Fun, professional guides ensure you have the time of your life as you ride along numerous zip lines. The property consists of more than 200 acres, and the experience offers a chance to see the world from the perspective of a bird.
The lovely Bonhoeffer Botanical Gardens is a true sight to see, especially in the spring and summer months. Plants, trees, and flowers are creatively placed throughout the gardens and walking paths, making it a peaceful and reflective place to walk, meditate, or relax.