Woodinville, WA

Population: 11,549

Key findings

  • Woodinville has a Livability Score of 81/100, which is considered exceptional
  • Woodinville crime rates are 3% lower than the Washington average
  • Cost of living in Woodinville is 36% higher than the Washington average
  • Woodinville real estate prices are 82% higher than the Washington average
  • Rental prices in Woodinville are 35% higher than the Washington average

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      Woodinville: Family friendly & High Quality of Life
      Woodinville stretches over a large area from North Kirkland all the way East to Duvall. It has a compact downtown area with all the shopping you would need including a very large regionally well-known Nursery called Molbak's plus grocery stores, Target, Rite-Aid, Alta, Old Navy, World Market, Gluten Free grocery etc. Close to downtown is the area with a cluster of Wineries and restaurants, very popular with locals and visitors, next to the river and beautiful open river valley. Surrounding downtown is the only area with apartments and condos, what Woodinville is well known for is large lots and beautiful single family homes. The area closest to Kirkland/Redmond is Hollywood Hill which has large lots and horse acres. the top of the hill is very sunny and Hollywood Hill is laidback and quiet but 5-10 mins to the wineries and downtown.

      As you drive East from downtown toward Duvall the lots get more wooded and many are hidden down charming lanes. The schools are served by the NorthShore school district one of the best in the state. Woodinville is best for people who like space, privacy, friendly neighbors, gardening, horses, dogs, wildlife and nature friendly suburbs. You are still only 30 minutes to Seattle and 20-30 minutes to Bellevue/Redmond/Kirkland. New developments downtown are well designed and attractive and a new area called The Farmstead will add even more restaurants, retail and hotels to the wineries.
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      Old Folk Woodburners Choking Us in their Tree Houses.
      Smoke filled weekends and evenings for about 9 months where you cannot go outside and hike the neighborhood with your dog unless you wish to breath cancer causing air pollution from selfish idiots burning wood in their fireplaces.
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      Source: The Woodinville, WA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).