Neighborhood Overview

Some Numbers.

  • Median sales price (NWMLS): $325k 
  • Average days on market (NWMLS): 35
  • Median gross rent (Zillow): $1,450
  • Population (US Census): 106,000
  • Coordinates (Captain Ron): 47.9633° N, 122.2006° W

Everett is Beautiful.

Everett stands between the Puget Sound and Snohomish River Valley, with the Olympic Mountains to the West and Cascades to the East. Gorgeous days in Everett often make you feel like you’re living inside a gigantic postcard. 

A Historical Gem.

Everett was founded in 1893. Originally a booming mill town, Everett has since transformed, becoming home to Boeing Airplanes & the largest marina on the West Coast. Sometimes you will still catch enormous loads of timber being floated down the river.

Tons of Places to Play. 

Everett has 40 parks throughout the city (including pools, trails, skateparks, frisbee golf, beaches, boat launches, fishing, tennis courts, an animal farm, gardens, & more). Everett is also home to two golf courses, a hockey arena, a roller rink, multiple breweries & wineries, the Schack Art Center, Xfinity Arena, Imagine Children’s Museum, Jetty Island, two libraries, three theaters, the Everett Aquasox baseball team and the Everett Silvertips hockey team.

A Lot Happens Here.

There are tons of events happening throughout the year, with something for just about everyone. These events range from thousands of people attending the Bubble Run or a concert at Xfinity Arena, to small neighborhood events. Annual festivals include Beer Fest, the Food Truck Fest, Sorticulture, Fresh Paint, Cruisin’ to Colby, and the Fisherman’s Village Music Festival just to name a few. There are countless concerts, open mic nights, trivia nights, comedy shows, plays, outdoor movies, sporting events, and bucket loads more happening throughout the year. Make sure you subscribe so we can keep you up to date on future events.

A Great Future.

The view is only getting better! With cranes in the air, hundreds of new housing units, and multiple businesses opening, this old mill town is growing better by the day.