Homes for Sale in Marysville by Price Range
You can view Marysville 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. As your Marysville realtor, I will work with you to find homes that meet your criteria. I want to find the best home for you. Contact Ron Brown at 206.604.5186 for a showing! Click on the attached link if you’re looking for Marysville 2-story homes.
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Marysville is known as “The Strawberry City” as it was surrounded by many strawberry farms in its early days. It continues to hold its annual Strawberry Festival in the third week of June, which is highlighted by a grand parade on State Avenue and a nighttime fireworks show.Its landscape includes Mount Pilchuck, which is over 5,300 feet high. Between 2000 and 2010, the population of Marysville increased from about 25,000 to about 60,000, due to annexations and the influx of people to the area. This has continued because the U.S. Army Reserve relocated from Fort Lawton to a new facility in Marysville in 2011. Employment and the nearby naval station in Everett also plays an increasing role in the local economy. For more information about Marysville, click on Marysville, Washington.
In 2008, Marysville began a makeover plan to redevelop downtown to support pedestrians and attract new business. Marysville also plans to restore the Ebey waterfront trail and shoreline and improve the Ebey Waterfront park and boat launch. They intend to redevelop the marina and, later, to redevelop the Marysville Mall. All this is being done to attract visitors and tourists and to make the city safer. This in turn should increase home property values over the long-term. Community news can be found in Marysville News.