Homes for Sale in Snohomish by Price Range
See Snohomish 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. Start your Snohomish county property search here. As your Snohomish 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!
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Community news can be found in the Snohomish Times newspaper. Downtown Snohomish is the heart and soul of the city. You’ll find shopping, dining, music and relaxing strolls in and around the historic district. This “Antique Capital of the Northwest” also hosts over 40 tempting specialty shops, 30 restaurants and taverns, and 13 spas and salons…all in a fun and funky setting with lots of Northwest history to explore.
Events for the community include Kla Ha Ya days each July and Taste of Music in August. Snohomish also hosts a Farmers Market each Thursday in the summer and Sunsets in Snohomish – Shopping and Wine strolls one Saturday each month.
Snohomish is a model of how cities can reinvigorate their business districts by preserving their historic charm. It has continued to grow, with much of its development spread out along the former Route 2, now known as Bickford Avenue. Snohomish now has two high schools: Snohomish High School and Glacier Peak High School which opened in 2008. Snohomish has conscientiously maintained a balance between its regular businesses in modern facilities, serving the local community, and the specialty shops in the town’s historic areas, serving visitors. For more information about Snohomish, click on Snohomish, Washington.
Snohomish is bordered by Mill Creek and Monroe to the south, Lake Stevens to the north, and Everett to the east.