Sedro Woolley Homes

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Real Estate Agent with Ben Kinney Team

Sedro Woolley homes boast the tranquility of rural living with all the conveniences of the city.  Just minutes away from I-5, Sedro Woolley homes are perfect for commuters as well as parents who want to raise their children in a small, all-American town.

Many Sedro Woolley homes are classics, constructed nearly a century ago.  Owners of these houses have maintained the buildings meticulously and preserved their antique charm.   The turn-of-the-century (not the most recent turn, of course) houses are generally smaller - two and three-bedrooms are most common - and are found in the south side of town.   Most of these Sedro Woolley homes have undergone several renovations, ensuring that residents have access to the latest designs and technology, while still allowing them to live in truly historic houses.

While the classic houses are found throughout the city, over half of Sedro Woolley homes have been built in the last few decades.   As more and more people discover the wonderful town of Sedro-Woolley, developers are constructing more housing.  Many builders purchase large lots and build their customized dream home, complete with separate shops, barns, and acres of land to roam.   Other investors have subdivided larger lots into smaller ones, creating well-organized, quaint neighborhoods.  These often boast quiet cul-de-sacs and loops, reducing traffic and ensuring the serenity of these popular Sedro Woolley homes.

Money goes far in the area.  Sedro Woolley homes are some of the most affordable in the region, even cheaper than comparable houses in nearby Burlington and Mount Vernon.  In fact, relatively small Sedro Woolley homes can sell in the mid-$100,000s, a price unheard of in other cities.  In July 2007 (when this article was written), the median price for a Sedro Woolley home was under $250,000.  Burlington, only a few miles away, was $275,000, and Bellingham, a hot spot for jobs to the north, was nearly $300,000.   Buyers can save tens of thousands of dollars simply by buying a house three minutes from I-5, rather than three seconds.

In essence, Sedro Woolley homes are bargains just waiting to be discovered.  To learn more about the city and its many opportunities, contact the Home4Investment real estate team!

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