Shoreline Homes for Sale

Homes for sale in Shoreline by Price Range

You can view Shoreline homes for sale in four price ranges on this page: $200,000 - $399,999, $400,000 - $599,999, $600,000 - $999,999, and $1,000,000 and above. Contact Ron Brown at 206.604.5186 for a showing!

In addition, you can view Shoreline homes for sale in specific neighborhoods below.

Shoreline Schools

Shoreline schools are shown below:

Shorecrest High School
Melvin G Syre Elementary
School
Highland Terrace Elementary School
Parkwood Elementary School
Meridian Park Elementary School
Ridgecrest Elementary School
Albert Einstein Middle School
Kellogg Middle School
Shorewood High School
Briarcrest Elementary School
Room Nine Journey Program School
Echo Lake Elementary School
Aldercrest Annex Home Exchange School
Shoreline Monroe High School
Early Childhood Education School
Horizon School
Living Wisdom School of Seattle
Lake Park Forest Montessori School
Fircrest Residential Habilitation School
Handicapped Contractual Services School
Shoreline Christian School
St Mark School
Kings Schools
St Luke School
Northwest School for Hearing Impaired Children
The Evergreen School

About Shoreline

Before becoming a city in 1995, the City of Shoreline was an island of unincorporated King County surrounded by the older cities of Seattle, Edmonds, Woodway and Lake Forest Park. Covering 11.74 square miles, Shoreline has a population of more than 53,000 residents. It is primarily residential with more than 70 percent of the households being single-family residences. Over the years, the Shoreline community has developed a reputation for strong neighborhoods, excellent schools and abundant parks. For more information about Shoreline, click on Shoreline, Washington.

The Innis Arden neighborhood in Shoreline is known for its sunset views of Puget Sound and the Olympic mountains and nice homes. The community’s outdoor swimming pool attracts a competitive summer swim program and water polo.

Shoreline homes for sale

The City of Shoreline recently invested $18.5 million to improve its parks. These include saltwater shoreline, a botanical garden, an interurban trail, hiking trails, and newly improved athletic fields, courts and playgrounds.

Shoreline residents enjoy the Shoreline school district and other stellar private schools that are consistently recognized for strong test scores and active community support. Shoreline is also home to Shoreline Community College, a nationally recognized local resource. News about the community can be found at City of Shoreline News.

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