December 2, 2021 — Black Diamond real estate market at a glance:
|22 Houses||0 Condos||7 Parcels|
|For Sale Stats|
|Median values from the 22 single family homes for sale in Black Diamond WA.|
|Median values for the 209 single family Black Diamond homes closed in the last 6 months.|
68% of the residential market
Months of Supply
This indicates a severe seller's market with upward pressure on pricing.
Black Diamond is a small but growing city, about 35 miles south of Seattle.
With both good job opportunities and well-ranked public schools, Black Diamond is a popular spot for families. The city is considered very safe due to its tight-knit community feel and general lack of crime.
The community also enjoys great views of Mount Rainier and proximity to many popular hiking trails and natural areas.
There is a surprisingly wide variety of homes for sale in Black Diamond. From farmhouses, to lakefront A-frames to modern homes, there is a lot of variety within this small city. Many homes are on large lots and there is often ample room between houses.
Single Family Homes
Please see our Black Diamond listings page for updates on a daily basis.
The few condos in Black Diamond are single-family homes or detached townhomes developed as condos, many of them located along State Route 169.
Please see Black Diamond condos for more information on condos and complexes in Black Diamond.
The majority of new homes for sale in Black Diamond are located in communities like Ten Trails, a largescale new home community with many on-site amenties which include: multiple parks and a village retail hub. The development includes both single-family homes and townhomes.
New Construction Single Family Homes
Please see our Black Diamond new homes page for updates on a daily basis.
Black Diamond is part of the Enumclaw School District.
Public elementary schools in Black Diamond include:
Local middle schools include:
High schools include:
Although there are no private schools in Black Diamond itself, nearby private schools include:
Because of its fairly rural location, the majority of activities available in Black Diamond are outdoor recreational opportunities. For instance, the Black Diamond Open Space is a 1,240 acre forest with a network of trails for walking, running and biking.
The Lake Sawyer Regional Park is another outdoor destination where visitors can can enjoy the natural beauty of Black Diamond. Situated on the edge of Lake Sawyer, visitors swim and canoe in the lake, walk along various hiking trails or explore the park's extensive network of wetlands.
Franklin Ghost Town is another unique outdoor experience. The property is a coal mining and "ghost town," punctuated old train cars, parts of buildings and gravesites. Visitors can also hike along the Green River and admire the many waterfalls along the trail.
For an indoor experience, visitors and residents can visit Black Diamond Museum, a spot downtown with a comprehensive collection of old artifacts and pictures from historic Black Diamond.
Black Diamond is situated on State Route 169, a small highway that eventually feeds into I-405, one of the major North-to-South freeways in and around Seattle. Metro Route 907 takes passengers from Black Diamond to Renton, where they can connect to Metro Routes 101 and 106 to get to downtown Seattle and the surrounding neighborhoods.
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It's time to talk to a real estate agent about the properties you're most interested in. We recommend you contact Joan Posanke, the Landcast team member covering Black Diamond, WA.
All MLS listed homes for sale in Black Diamond, WA are on Landcast.
We sometimes know of off-market homes or new homes being built by home builders that aren't currently listed, to help find these unlisted homes for sale in Black Diamond, we recommend you contact Joan Posanke.
Information about the listed homes for sale in Black Diamond generally comes from the MLS. Information about neighborhoods in Black Diamond, condos in Black Diamond, and new homes in Black Diamond, comes from the MLS, our research staff, public data, area home builders and from contributions from our users.