Ferndale Homes

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Ferndale homes come in every size, age, and style, and the variety of houses fit perfectly into the friendly, century-old town.   Ferndale boasts a rich history and a developing economy that provides thousands of jobs, good schools, and some of the finest living in the region.

As the town's population grows and farming becomes more efficient, more land has been converted to residential neighborhoods.   Thus, neighborhoods constructed in the past few years account for a significant percentage of Ferndale homes.  Most of these developments consist of quiet, tree-lined streets and sturdily constructed single-family houses.   Unlike new neighborhoods in many other towns, these Ferndale homes typically maintain unique styles and spacious yards.

Most Ferndale homes are built bigger and come with larger yards than those found in other Whatcom County cities.   Gardeners, horse lovers, and backyard-baseball-players delight in the open space accompanying a majority of Ferndale homes.  Some of the newer Ferndale homes are built on smaller lots due to recent regulations, but even those are typically within walking or short driving distance to public parks or schools.  

Ferndale homes happen to be some of the most affordable in the region, too.  Comparable homes in surrounding cities - Bellingham in particular - are typically tens to hundreds of thousands dollars more, and they often sacrifice the close-nit neighborhood feel.  As the county continues to grow, Ferndale homes are likely to become more expensive, but they are currently some of the best bargains north of Seattle.

Some of the most popular Ferndale homes are constructed just north of beautiful Hovander Park.  These homes were built anywhere from the late 1960's today, offering a variety of styles and prices to choose from.   This neighborhood is largely dominated by growing families.  The quiet cul-de-sacs are perfect for children, and commuters love the quick drive to (and on) I-5.

Other Ferndale homes are built well outside of developed neighborhoods.  These houses often boast gorgeous mountain views, acres of land, and desirable rural tranquility.   While these Ferndale homes may feel miles away from civilization, they are actually only a few minutes from grocery stores, schools, and bustling commercial areas.      

Whether you are looking for an enormous house with the most modern technology or a classic, 2-bedroom rambler, you can find a Ferndale home with everything you need.   To learn more about Ferndale homes or to search for Ferndale Real Estate, contact Whatcom County's very own Home4Investment team.


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