Living in The Falls at Snohomish Cascade - Snohomish, Washington
Just a couple miles east of Mill Creek, many people are discovering The Falls at Snohomish Cascade--A neighborhood with that outside-the-city feel, yet still close to amenities. This well-planned community offers a high quality living experience without the price tag that usually goes along with this quality of living.
The Falls has the feel of an upscale neighborhood without the upscale price. Wide roads, sidewalks, walking trails, parks, and landscaped common areas are all features of The Falls. Most of the homes in The Falls were built between 1990 and 1993, and most of the homeowners have kept their homes well maintained. The lots are fairly large, averaging around 10,000 square feet.
Within walking distance from The Falls is Willis Tucker Park, an 84-acre park with an activity center, amphitheater, baseball fields, basketball court, 4.5 acre off-leash dog area, picnic shelters, playground, water park, and walking trails. During the summer, the park hosts a movie night at the amphitheater each week. On sunny summer days, you'll find the water park and the playground buzzing with children. If you have a dog, the off-leash dog park is the best in the area. There's even a "shy dog" area separated from the main dog park for dogs that are bit more timid.
Less than a mile away is the newly renovated Mill Creek Family YMCA. With over 39,000 square feet of state-of-the-art facility space and all new equipment, this YMCA branch is one of the nicest in the area.
The Falls is represented by the Snohomish Cascade Homeowners Association. Annual homeowner dues are fairly reasonable at $325 per year. The Falls neighborhood is bordered by Cathcart Way on the north, Glen View/Silver Firs on the west, Puget Park Drive and Gold Creek on the south, and Willis Tucker Park and The Highlands on the east.
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Authored by David Monroe, Realtor and Pre-Foreclosure and Short Sale Specialist.
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Copyright (c) 2010 by David Monroe (Home4Investment Team at Keller Williams Seattle Metro West).
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