Quiet streets and waterfront views make Shoreline a sleepy city haven. Made of 11 constituent neighborhoods, Shoreline is one of the larger communities bordering Seattle. Single-family homes dominate over 65 percent of the market, a perfect complement to the 330 acres of parks, open spaces, and wooded areas.
Shoreline can place a pin on the national map for being one of the most educated and expensive neighborhoods in the U.S. Dating back to the 1800s, it has maintained its nautical charm, keeping waterfront areas free from large-scale development, and maintaining a rural suburban neighborhood feel. With sweeping beach fronts and Puget Sound views, this is the perfect place to raise a family.