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Tucked into the rolling hills of this area of the country known as the Palouse is Pullman Washington. Pullman has been my home for many years now. I moved here in 1992 following many years of commuting from Lewiston & Clarkston, a nearby community.
My roots are strong in this great city. I have raised my family here and my family has two businesses in this town, both located in the heart of the Washington State University. I am a Realtor specializing in relocation and residential real estate. That is my history.
Pullman's history is, of course, much longer. Pullman was founded in 1888 by a group of early settlers. In fact our first 4th of July celebration that we celebrate to this day all began in 1881 when George Pullman for which our town is named gave the first $50 toward our first local celebration! Today this is still a community wide event celebrated at Sunnyside Park. Our community has grown to over 26,000 residents.
Pullman is home of Washington State University which was founded in 1890 and is the state's original and largest land-grant university. Today, Washington State University is home to approximately 25,000 students for the academic school year. So for fall to spring our community doubles in size and comes to life with great vitality!
Pullman is composed of four hills, Pioneer Hill, Sunnyside Hill, Military Hill and College Hill. Pioneer Hill is found in the southeast section of town. Sunnyside is located on the southwest section of Pullman. Military Hill is located in the northwest part of town. Last but certainly not least is college hill which is found in the northeast section of town.
Pioneer Hill is home to homes ranging from vintage to newer homes as the area developed outward. Pioneer Hill has always been greatly sought after as it provides a wonderful foundational feel with established neighborhoods and within walking distance to both downtown Pullman and Washington State University. Pioneer Hill is also home to lovely Lawson Garden's a formal garden with a show stopping year round show. It is also home to Kruegel Park which is one of the children's favorites with playground equipment and playing fields. Woodcraft Park is also a quiet little park providing a great retreat. Lincoln Middle School and Franklin Elementary School both reside on Pioneer Hill.
Sunnyside Hill also has vintage homes ranging to many new homes. Much of Sunnyside Hill is also within walking distance to downtown. There are still parts of this hill being built and developed, and thus it is a favorite area for new construction. It is home to Sunnyside Elementary School and Sunnyside Park. Sunnyside Park, a favorite park for all ages with its walking trails, ponds, gazebo, community gardens and so much more. Many family gatherings and community events take place within this lovely park. It is also home to our local 4th of July Celebration which is a community wide event.
Military Hill is home of Military Hill Park and our indoor aquatics center. Much of Military Hill is also within walking distance to Washington State University and is a favorite for those working at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories which is is nearby. It is also home to Jefferson Elementary and Pullman High School. This area of town was developed later and homes range from the 1950's to newer homes on its outskirts. There are also condos and townhouses as well with convenient bus routes to WSU.
College Hill of course is central to our community. It includes both houses, condos and apartments for both students and faculty that enjoy a short walking distance to campus whether for ease or due to environmental conservation. There are some lovely vintage homes as well as homes built into the 60 & 70, some of which have a wonderful retro and unique feel that varies from house to house. College Hill is also home to McGee Park.
So whether you are looking for vintage, a unique retro feel, or new...we have lots of home to chose from! I would love to show you my hometown of Pullman!
If you have any questions about Pullman or the Pullman Real Estate Market I am here to help! Feel free to use my my free Pullman WA MLS search...and you are welcome to sign up for automatic market notifications too!
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