Explore New Homes in Kirkland

Every day, right around dusk, you can hear a collective sigh going up the Kirkland waterfront. Kirkland is just one of those places…the neighborhoods are distinctive and welcoming, there’s an honest-to-goodness (dare we say, quaint) town center stocked with real-life local businesses, and Kirkland boasts enough green space to keep even the most passionate nature lover flush with hiking trails. And, just as you’re about to entertain another one of those “I love the Pacific Northwest” thoughts, another realization sets in: it’s only 30 minutes from Seattle. Life is good.

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Vareze Kirkland

2 - 3 Beds, 2.5 Baths
1,283 - 2,209 Sq. Ft.
Anticipated pricing from the $700



  • Retail
  • Schools
  • The Arts
  • Nature


Here’s what you will find in Kirkland’s shops: jackets made from British Millerain wax cotton, black leather chairs with nailhead trim, and goat cheese gnocchi with coriander cream and pickled huckleberry. Here’s what you won’t find: the expected. The wonderful thing about the local shops and restaurants is that they are exactly that. Local.


Kirkland is home to the Lake Washington School District, which is consistently ranked as one of Washington’s top school districts. In 2018, the district ranked #2 in the state according to overall SAT scores.

The Arts

The creative mind is alive and well in Kirkland. A monthly art walk always makes for a rewarding diversion, but even an everyday stroll down the street can reveal a new dynamic work of art from a nationally-recognized artist (“Puddle Jumpers” is a local favorite). Rotating exhibits in local galleries and hotels provide further inspiration for both the collector and appreciator.


In Kirkland, getting back to nature is as easy as walking out the door. Over 500 acres of parks and open space offer the chance to hike through a pristine marsh at Heronfield Wetlands, deliciously try out one of Crestwood Park’s picnic tables, or let your furry friend hit max acceleration at Jasper’s Dog Park. And, when your inner John Muir needs some soothing, the expanse and exhilaration of the Cascades is only a short drive away.


Now Selling

Aurea Sammamish

3 - 4 Beds, 1.75 - 3 Baths
1,215 - 2,573 Sq. Ft.
2 Car Garage
Priced from the high $700

Now Selling

Grove North and South Bothell

3 - 5 Beds, 2.5 - 4 Baths
2,425 - 3,260 Sq. Ft.
2 Car Garage
Priced from the $800

Now Selling

Aldea Newcastle

2 - 4 Beds, 2.5 - 3.5 Baths
1,373 - 2,064 Sq. Ft.
2 Car Garage
Priced from the $700


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