Houses for Sale in Marysville
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Marysville is the second largest city in Snohomish County and is another place that prides itself on cultural traditions geared towards hospitality. For instance, the mayor of the city once said that the greatness of the city is only because of the greatness of the people who call it home. If you walk the streets you’ll find many ‘Mom & Pop’ shops dotting along State Street to the north end of town.
Marysville is generally suburban with both newer and older homes for sale. A typical commute in the area is about 30 minutes. Though it's just a quick trip to the area’s largest metro area, Marysville offers plenty of parks, walking, biking, and horseback riding trails for its residents to stay connected with nature.
Most real estate for sale in Marysville stays on the market for only about 7 days and receives just as many offers. The median price per square foot in Marysville has increased by 6.6% over the past year.
Marysville is one of the larger cities in the area and it’s also the fastest growing in Snohomish County. You’ll find plenty of amenities for everyone all year round in Marysville. With beautiful scenery and a price range that many buyers can afford, this place is an attractive option for people looking to live a bit further out from Seattle. Marysville is about 35 miles north of Seattle and has a population of 66,000.
Marysville is probably best known for being in close vicinity to the Tulalip Indian Reservation by giving quick access to the Tulalip Casino and Resort. This is a huge attraction for people from all around the area and brings in a lot of tourism.
When living in Marysville, there are tons of things to do and both Seattle and Bellevue aren’t too far away. You will find a vast assortment of restaurants and eateries, many places to shop, and lots of grocery stores which is a huge plus.
On the west side, many of the homes are larger in size, and many have waterfronts or nice views of the Puget Sound. But you can also find any type of home in Marysville, with prices ranging from $100K to $1M+ on the Tulalip side, and $240K to $550K in North and South Marysville. If you’re a first time home buyer or are looking for a more budget friendly area, North Marysville is the place to check out first.
There are 22 public schools in Marysville, including 10 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, and 8 high schools. To add to the attraction, there are 24 community parkes in the city with everything from waterfront parks to dog parks, skate parks, and even a disc golf course. There will be something everyone in the family will enjoy in Marysville.
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