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Arlington Homes For Sale

Welcome to Arlington Homes For Sale. We have set up several quick search options for you to see every home for sale in Arlington. As Arlington Real Estate Agents use our expertise to buy and sell real estate with confidence, we’ll help you find the perfect home or sell your home avoiding mistakes that could cost you thousands, and save time in the process. Make sure to use Kellogg Homes NW as your Arlington Real Estate Broker.

Arlington Real Estate

Living In Arlington

About Arlington
1. Outdoor Recreation: Arlington is surrounded by natural beauty, with plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, and boating. The nearby Cascade Mountains offer year-round recreational opportunities, including skiing and snowboarding in the winter. We love fishing on the Stillaguamish River.

2. Quality Schools: Arlington School District is well-regarded, with high graduation rates and dedicated teachers. The district has several schools serving students from kindergarten through high school.

3. Affordable Housing: The cost of living in Arlington is relatively affordable compared to other cities in the Puget Sound region, with a range of housing options available for different budgets. We have sold a lot of homes in Arlington.

4. Proximity to Major Cities: Arlington is located about 40 miles north of Seattle and about 20 miles north of Everett, offering easy access to big-city amenities while still enjoying a smaller community feel.

5. Community Events: Arlington hosts several annual events, including the Arlington Fly-In, the Stillaguamish Festival of the River, and the Arlington Farmer's Market. Our favorite park is Twin Rivers Park.

6. Strong Local Economy: Arlington is home to several major employers, including the aerospace industry, healthcare providers, and manufacturing companies.

7. Cultural Attractions: Arlington has several cultural attractions, including the Arlington Arts Council, the Arlington Historical Society, and the Byrnes Performing Arts Center.

8. Quality Healthcare: Arlington has several medical centers and clinics, including Cascade Valley Hospital and the Providence Regional Medical Center in nearby Everett.

9. Friendly Community: Arlington is known for its friendly and welcoming community, with plenty of opportunities to get involved and make connections.

10. Family-Friendly Environment: With its quality schools, community events, and outdoor recreation opportunities, Arlington is a great place for families to live and raise children.


Area Vibes
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- Arlington has a livability score of 66 out of 100 which is considered below average.

-Arlington crime rates are 14% higher than Washington average.

-Cost of living in Arlington is equal to the Washington average.

-Arlington real estate prices are 9% lower than the Washington average.

-Rental prices in Arlington are equal to the Washington average.


City of Arlington 
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Public schools in Arlington are operated by the Arlington School District, which covers most of the incorporated city and also includes the outlying areas of Arlington Heights, Bryant, Getchell, and Sisco Heights.
Arlington Public Schools 


What are some fun things to do in Arlington
There are plenty of fun things to do in Arlington, WA for both residents and visitors. Here are some ideas:

1. Visit the Arlington Fly-In: This annual aviation event is one of the largest in the country and features air shows, aircraft displays, and more.

2. Explore the Centennial Trail: This scenic trail runs through Arlington and offers 30 miles of hiking, biking, and horseback riding.

3. Go fishing: There are plenty of opportunities for fishing in and around Arlington, with several lakes and rivers in the area.

4. Visit the Outback Kangaroo Farm: This family-owned farm is home to kangaroos, wallabies, and other exotic animals that you can feed and interact with.

5. Go camping: There are several campgrounds in the area, including the River Meadows County Park and the Arlington KOA.

6. Explore local parks: Arlington has several parks, including Haller Park, which features a playground, picnic areas, and a riverfront trail.

7. Visit the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Museum: This museum showcases the history of the region, including exhibits on early settlers, logging, and farming.

8. Attend local events: Arlington has several annual events, including the Hometown Holidays parade and the Arlington Street Fair.

9. Go golfing: The Gleneagle Golf Course located in Arlington and offers 18 holes of golfing.

10. Enjoy local restaurants and breweries: Arlington has several locally owned restaurants and breweries, including Skookum Brewery and The Stilly Diner.


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