- MLS® #: 1638464
- 12620 176th Place Ne (unit B)
- Redmond, WA 98052
- 4 Bed, 3½ Bath, 2,652 SqFt
While Redmond is primarily made up of single family homes, the condos located in downtown are becoming more and more popular. The low-maintenance lifestyle allows residents to take advantage of the shops, restaurants, 34 parks and 25 miles of trails. All of this only 15 miles from downtown Seattle. Below you'll find all available Redmond condos for sale sorted by price. If you see a Redmond condo you'd like more info about or if you'd like to tour one please call or text us at 206-309-5995.
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Loggers settled in the Redmond area in the late 1800s. The town was incorporated in 1912. The area's logging industry declined during the 1920s, and agriculture became the area's primary source of income. Redmond's population increased when the Evergreen Floating Bridge was completed in 1963.
Amenities in Redmond's 34 parks include ball fields, tennis courts, playgrounds and picnic areas. Farrel-McWhirter Farm Park has a riding school, an animal farm, picnic areas and a nature trail.
Indoor activities in Redmond include attending concerts performed by the Eastside Symphony and seeing plays put on by the SecondStory Repertory. This group performs dramas, musicals and comedies. Concerts are held outside in Marymoor Park in Redmond every summer. The Redmond Town Center Arts Festival is another summer event in Redmond. This festival gives local artists an opportunity to display their work. Redmond Derby Days also takes place during the summer. Parades, a carnival and family entertainment are part of this festival.
The Redmond Saturday Market is held at the Redmond Town Center during the summer. Produce, flowers, meat, fish and eggs are available here. People who visit the town center can purchase gourmet food, clothing, accessories, furniture and toys in the center's stores. Clothing and items for the home are available at the Target in Redmond.
Public elementary, middle and high schools in Redmond are part of the Lake Washington School District. The city has several private schools. There are community colleges and universities within 20 miles of Redmond.
Redmond residents can take Metro Transit buses or Sound Transit buses around the city. Commuter service between Redmond and Seattle is provided by both bus systems. Seattle is approximately 15 miles from Redmond.