May 16, 2022 — Lynnwood real estate market at a glance:
|91 Houses||25 Condos||6 Parcels|
|For Sale Stats|
|Median values from the 91 single family homes for sale in Lynnwood WA.|
|Median values for the 399 single family Lynnwood homes closed in the last 6 months.|
16% of the residential market
Months of Supply
This indicates a severe seller's market with upward pressure on pricing.
Lynnwood is a medium-sized city north of Seattle popular for its safe, walkable streets, great shopping centers, and proximity to popular Western Washington sites. Here are some of the main reasons why people look for homes for sale in Lynnwood, WA.
Lynnwood is a small city about 17 miles north of downtown Seattle. It is bordered by Mukilteo and Everett to the north, Mill Creek and Bothell to the east, Mountlake Terrace and Brier to the south and Edmonds to the west. Popular neighborhoods in Lynnwood include: Lake Serene and Meadowdale.
There are a variety of styles of home in the city of Lynwood including: cottages, 50s and 60s-style ramblers, as well as more modern houses and townhomes.
Many homes for sale in Lynwood, WA are situated on big lots with large, well-maintained yards.
Single Family Homes in Lynnwood, WA
Please see our Lynnwood listings page for updates on a daily basis.
There are many freestanding homes developed as condos within Lynnwood. Many of these condos are located on the north side of the city, with a few condos clustered around downtown Lynnwood.
Please see Lynnwood condos for more information on condos and complexes in Lynnwood.
New Construction Single Family Homes
New Construction Condos
Please see our Lynnwood new homes page for updates on a daily basis.
Lynnwood is served by the Edmonds Public School District. Elementary schools include:
Middle schools in the area include:
And high schools include:
In addition to public schools, Lynnwood also has many private school options, like:
For a small city, Lynnwood has a diverse range of recreational activities for residents and guests to choose from.
One of the city's most popular activities is a trip to Alderwood, the city's biggest shopping mall. Many come from long distances to visit the indoor-outdoor mall, which has more than 150 stores and restaurants. Alderwood also has two movie theaters.
For those that enjoy spending a day outside, Lynnwood also has many unique, local parks. North Lynnwood Park is one that caters to children and families. The park has both a regular and an aquatic playground, covered seating areas and large grassy fields, perfect for picnics. Scriber Lake Park is another park located in Lynnwood. Situated over wetlands, Scribner has a large floating boardwalk for guests as well as 1 mile of walking trails.
Heritage Park is another great destination for visitors. The park houses many historical buildings from the early 20th century, including the Wicker's Building, an old general store and post office. A century-old interurban train can also be spotted at Heritage Park.
The Lynnwood Recreation Center is another great community hub. The Center has recreation and lap pools, fitness studios and multi-purpose classrooms.
Downtown Lynnwood is just a few minutes' drive from I-5, a state route that runs north to south. This provides fairly quick access to the University of Washington, as well as downtown Seattle. Likewise, Lynnwood is situated very close to I-405. This runs north and south on the eastside of Lake Washington. This freeway would be the best option for those commuting from Lynnwood to Bellevue or Redmond.
Lynnwood is also about 10 minutes from the Edmonds-Kingston Ferry.
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Information about the listed homes for sale in Lynnwood generally comes from the MLS. Information about neighborhoods in Lynnwood, condos in Lynnwood, and new homes in Lynnwood, comes from the MLS, our research staff, public data, area home builders and from contributions from our users.