- MLS® #: 1609782
- 911 6th Ave (unit 10.5) Ne
- Issaquah, WA 98029
- 3 Bed, 5 Bath, 2,360 SqFt
With its rich historical heritage proudly preserved and displayed by local residents, the city of Issaquah, Washington, has a unique ambiance. Tucked at the base of Cougar Mountain, Squak Mountain, and Tiger Mountain, the dramatic setting is a stunning backdrop for this picturesque community. There are many different types of real estate in Issaquah, including condos. Below are all condos for sale in Issaquah sorted by price. You can also view these listings on a map, or see all Issaquah Real Estate for sale.
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The roots of Issaquah reach deep into the earth with its mining traditions in the 1800s, and the vibrant timber industry that provided lumber to fast-growing nearby communities. In more recent years, major corporations including Boing, Microsoft, and Costco have all influenced the economy in the area, and ensured a thriving and vibrant city. The fascinating, well-preserved past and the forward-planning movement into the future both work hand in hand to make Issaquah a remarkable community.
The Issaquah Alps and gorgeous Lake Sammamish cater to outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. For those who thrive on thrilling adventures, paragliding is available off of Tiger Mountain. An extensive trail system with guided tours focused on environmental protection is the mission of the Issaquah Alps Trail Club. At Lake Sammamish, water sports are at center stage featuring swimming, boating, wakeboarding, and fishing. Rowing, waterskiing, and yacht clubs are also available. The Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department has a wide-ranging variety of sports leagues, classes, day camps, and commumity programs. Dotted around the community are 18 parks with features that include ball fields, hiking trails, play equipment, picnic facilities, and all the other amenities of well-maintained parks. The eco-friendly focus in this community is perpetuated by an active volunteer sustainability program that encourages involvement for all ages.
A stroll through the Saturday Farmer's Market, held April through October, gives a taste of the flavor of this distinctive community. Located at the historical Pickering Barn, organic homegrown produce, handmade crafts, bouquets of fresh cut flowers, local gourmet food products, and many other attractions including live entertainment and activities for kids make this a much-loved Saturday adventure. For a night on the town, Village Theater offers a continual venue of musicals for all ages, and the Annual Auction and Gala held in nearby Seattle.