Historically known as the "Strawberry City", Marysville holds an annual strawberry festival in the third week of June. However, there is much more to Marysville than that little red fruit.

Marysville is the second-largest city in Snohomish County, As of 2015, the city surpassed Edmonds and Lynnwood, with a growth of 2.5% population increase per year. With new housing and industrial areas under construction, the city also opened a second high school.

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We recommend driving over to Ebey Waterfront Park, a lovely downtown waterfront area. From public fishing areas to children's playgrounds, you can spend an afternoon with family and friends enjoying the view while having a picnic. Gardeners will enjoy the WSU Master Gardener Demonstration…

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Where can you find turtles, blue herons, crows, and native wetland in Mill Creek? Tucked in off of 35th Ave SE, in-between Seattle Hill Road and 132nd St SE, is the under development, but open to the public, Penny Creek Natural Area. We visited Penny Creek with our Broker Erin Price to learn more about this exciting development right in the heart of Mill Creek.

Boardwalk bridge crossing at Penny Creek Natural Area, Mill Creek, WA

The Penny Creek Natural Area is a part of a riparian corridor, which feeds into the Lake Washington Watershed. Being a part of the Lake Washington Watershed means this natural area directly affects our everyday household water needs such as cooking, cleaning, and showering. The area is being built as a part of a residential development called The Farm.

During our walk, we watched a large…

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May 2021 Market Reports at in! May continued local market trends with Average and Median Sales Prices going up in Snohomish, King, and Island Counties with the exception of the King County Condo Market where prices ticked down slightly.

May 2021 Snohomish County Market Report

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