Market Update: Enumclaw, WA 98022

By
Title Insurance with First American Title

Enumclaw is a charming small community that sits on a plateau created by volcanic mud flow over 5000 years ago from Mt. Rainier. It’s far enough away on the southeastern edge of the Seattle Tacoma metro area that it hasn’t succumbed to urban sprawl. You’re about 1 ½ hours from Seattle and about 50 minutes from Tacoma. Take highway 410 east out of Enumclaw and you'll have a beautiful drive up and over the Cascades on Chinook Pass to Yakima and eastern Washington. Hang a right about 1 hour out of Enumclaw into Mt Rainier Nation Park and drive up to Sunrise. From here you can look west and north and see the Puget Sound area from Olympia, Tacoma, to Seattle. In the summer it’s truly breath taking and there are several wonderful hikes. 

enumclaw, WA: Mt. Rainier from Enumclaw H.S., courtesy of CityData.com

Mt. Rainier

 
Residential Transaction Study 7/7/2009
Project description: ENUMCLAW, WA 98022 (non-waterfront SFD's)
 
monthly market Most recent transaction: 6/25/2009 Market (homes): 5880
month year sales mrkt% $/sqft avg price median
Jun 2009 9 0.2% $181 $283,118 $239,900
May 2009 11 0.2% $169 $340,528 $300,000
Apr 2009 7 0.1% $150 $282,476 $250,000
Mar 2009 15 0.3% $175 $272,087 $255,000
Feb 2009 7 0.1% $137 $280,357 $230,000
Jan 2009 7 0.1% $175 $273,136 $255,000
 
property characteristics
1 story 3466 w/ bsmt 1,336 platted 2,684
1.5 story 870 avg bsmt sqft 1,090 avg lot sqft1 19,382
2 story 1522 w/ garage 3,212 unplatted 3,196
3+ story 0 avg garage sqft 564 avg lot sqft2 231,527
avg % imprvd 62% avg year built 1968 avg bldg sqft 2,043
avg # beds 3 avg # baths 2    
  1avg lot sqft of all platted properties 2avg lot sqft of all unplatted properties
 
ARFCO MEDIA The data used in this report is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.
© 2009 ARFCO MEDIA... Renton WA 98055
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Comments (2)

Todd Clark - Retired
eXp Realty LLC - Tigard, OR
Principle Broker Oregon

Do they still have that wild animal tram? I remember that it was a ways out there, but it was well worth the drive.

Todd Clark - www.LivingBeaverton.com

Jul 10, 2009 07:05 AM
Rene Fabre
First American Title - Seattle, WA
Marketing in the Digital Age

Yes... around to the west side of the mountain off Hwy 161 just outside of Eatonville... Another beautiful drive...

Jul 10, 2009 08:14 AM