KIRKLAND

THE EASTSIDE ROLLED UP
INTO ONE LITTLE COMMUNITY

  • SHOPPING
  • BEAUTIFUL VIEWS
  • GREAT AMENITIES
“The boys and I always go down to the Kirkland Farmers Market each summer to eat pizza on the beach.” Nicole Mangina, Windermere Real Estate

Kirkland has a small town feel with easy access to the tech jobs all across the Eastside. With a livable downtown, great parks and trails, and a variety of homes, it’s a perfect place to call home.

Residents love the seasonal farmers markets, the views of Lake Washington (and the easy ability to get out on the water), the amazing restaurants, and the reduced commute times to Google, Microsoft, and other Eastside employers.

  • $791k MEAN SALES PRICE
  • 2385 AVG SQUARE FEET
  • 25 AVG DAYS ON MARKET
  • $341k CONDO MEAN SALES PRICE
  • 1240 CONDO AVG SQUARE FEET
  • 23 CONDO AVG DAYS ON MARKET
Easy access across the Eastside

Kirkland is well-suited to access jobs around the Eastside and Seattle. Kirkland to downtown Bellevue is 14 minutes. Kirkland to the Microsoft campus is 15 . minutes. And it’s just 21 minutes to Downtown Seattle (with no traffic, which—yeah, yeah—there’s usually traffic).

Lake Washington, taken from the air, photo by flickr user longitudelatitude, used under a creative commons license
A gem for shopping and dining

Downtown Kirkland is highly livable and walkable, with amazing dining and shopping options. It’s the center of life in Kirkland and a wonderful place to get what you need on your way home from work or to spend a Saturday relaxing.

It's all about Lake Washington

Kirkland faces the water. Whether you want to tie up your boat at Marina Park or rent a stand-up paddle board downtown, or just stroll the docks, you will find many ways to get out on the water in Kirkland.

Juanita Beach Park, photo by Steve Ginn, used under a Creative Commons license
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