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Mercer Island, Washington Real Estate

Mercer Island's real estate market consists of beautiful single-family detached homes and estates for sale that boast open spaces and large windows to view its beautiful surroundings. Mercer Island's homes come in a variety of styles, the primary home design being contemporary. Neighborhoods such as North End, First Hill, Madrona Crest and Seattle real estate have their own distinct personalities and homes. Condominiums and townhomes in Mercer Island are priced starting from just under $200,000 to upwards of $1 million. Single-family home prices in Mercer Island range between $450,000 and $30 million for estate properties with lake frontage and other exclusive amenities.

Mercer Island Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Washington

Surrounded by incredible natural beauty, upscale Mercer Island sits in the middle of scenic Lake Washington. The Cascade Mountains are to the east and to the west is the Olympic range. The island is home to 23,000 residents who reside in lovely homes. The Mercer Island real estate market features quiet, wooded neighborhoods with lovely single-family homes for sale, estate properties, condominiums, townhouses and land lots all including city, mountain and waterfront views.

Mercer Island has plenty to offer. Seattle and Bellevue are two miles away and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is approximately 15 miles away. The community Town Center is located between Seattle and Eastside where Microsoft has its corporate headquarters. Mercer Island is also known for its excellent schools and well-trained workforce. The community is home to professionals, executives and CEOs many of the leading companies in the area.

This tight-knit community hosts a variety of annual events, such as the "Summer Celebration", which features three-days of entertainment, food, arts and craft fair, a fireworks show and an assortment of activities for the entire family. The island has much to offer in terms of recreational activity with its 300-plus acres of parklands and open space featuring ball fields, extensive bike trails and picnic areas. In addition, there are more than 50 miles of marked walking trails.

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