Welcome to Bothell

Nestled along the Sammamish River just 20 minutes north of Seattle, Bothell straddles both King and Snohomish counties. Known for its excellent schools, including a University of Washington campus and Cascadia College, Bothell is also treasured for being in a central location that’s close to attractions and amenities in the area. Situated near the northeast end of Lake Washington, with Woodinville’s wine country next door and Interstate 405 running right through town, the best of the PNW is within easy reach.

Bothell’s riverfront historic downtown is a can’t-miss highlight of the area, with charming shops, local cafes, modern restaurants, the Park at Bothell Landing, and the locally-famous McMenamins Anderson School complex.

For a day or a lifetime, Bothell is a hub of fun and play for people of all ages!

is a 10.1-mile (16.3 km) bike path and recreational trail in King County, Washington that runs along the Sammamish River from Blyth Park in Bothell to Marymoor Park in Redmond as part of the “Locks to Lakes Corridor.” It connects to the Burke-Gilman Trail at its northwestern end, and to the Redmond Central Connector at its southeastern end.

Bothell on the Blog


By Windermere Real Estate/North | April 15, 2024

After an almost two-year journey of recovery and stabilization since the spring 2022 correction, the market has started to experience solid price appreciation. The median price in Q1 2024 vs. Q1 2023 shows that despite interest rates remaining stubborn, buyer demand is returning to the market. Improved consumer confidence and acclimation to lending costs have caused […]

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By Windermere Real Estate/North | January 15, 2024

The story of 2023 was balancing interest rates with home purchases and even home sales. The average weekly rate in 2023 was 6.8% and peaked in October at 7.94%. This caused some buyers to pause due to cost. Many sellers were reluctant to move and give up their low payments based on historically low rates, […]

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By Windermere Real Estate/North | October 23, 2023

Tight inventory and buyer demand helped fuel the market in the third quarter of 2023 despite rising interest rates. There have been fewer listings in 2023 than in 2022 which has created price growth since the first of the year. Prices peaked in spring 2022, corrected in the second half of 2022, and then they […]

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