Bothell, Washington’s Not-So-Hidden Treasure: the Park at Bothell Landing

Bothell, Washington’s Not-So-Hidden Treasure: the Park at Bothell Landing

A green refuge in the heart of Bothell’s booming downtown district, rests the Park at Bothell Landing. A three-quarter mile trail, with easy access to both the Sammamish River and Burke-Gilman Trails, walks the bulk of this downtown park and between them runs the Sammamish River.

A complete activity guides makes this park a must-visit. With first-come-first-serve picnic tables, children’s’ play area, BBQ, and kayak rental, you’re never bored. Check out the amphitheater for seasonal performances; or the gazebo for a quiet refuge away from the hustle and bustle. History enthusiasts will love the Historical Museum, and enjoy walking the halls, soaking in the past.  All information can be found on their website, including hours, newsletters, and some general tidbits.

Described as “scenic,” “beautiful,” and “peaceful” this park is ideal for children, families, or some quality “me” time. Manicured green spaces and the ambient flow of Lake Sammamish create a lovely backdrop for a day of relaxation.

If you get restless or the little ones get hungry, you can walk a few blocks to downtown Bothell. The old blends with the new, with multiple opportunities for shopping and eating.

Checking out the events calendar on the city website may add some bulk to your calendar. The Amphitheater at the Landing Park has several events throughout the year.

Whether you’re just looking to get out of the house, or getting some exercise, the Park a Bothell Landing is ideal. It’s convenience to three trails, two that span over several dozen miles, and a shorter, local trail create an ideal running, walking, or biking access. And if you prefer the water, the Kayaks are a perfect way to connect with nature!


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16126 Juanita-Woodinville Way Northeast #604, Bothell • MLS# 1164277
$225,000 • 2 Bedrooms • 1 Bathrooms • 690 Square Feet

Welcome home to this immaculate Sonoma Villero end-unit featuring soaring 12’ ceilings and designer finishes. Its open layout is ideal whether you’re relaxing by the fireside or entertaining friends in the spacious kitchen with slab-granite surfaces and stainless steel appliances. Dine beneath the elegant chandelier in the dining room, or step through the garden door to your private patio. The generous master bedroom is a peaceful retreat with a walk-in closet, integrated organizers for all of your favorite things, and private access to the sumptuous travertine bath.

Life is good with an incredible clubhouse, outdoor pool and hot tub. Host a barbecue at the poolside grilling area, or keep fit in the handsomely equipped exercise room. An outdoor playground completes the fun for all ages. You will love living in sought-after Sonoma Villero, offering fabulous amenities in a fantastic location just moments from I-405 access.

For more information, please contact Seamus Pelan.
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Woodinville Community Spot + New Listing

Woodinville Community Spot + New Listing

Miner’s Corner is a newer, 13-acre community park, between the Canyon Park and Wedge neighborhoods of Woodinville. Acquired in 2008, the land was purchased, developed, and completed in 2013, and was officially opened to the public in January 2014. This park was designed with a public desire to “retain wild areas.” While creating this park, they preserved the native landscape and restored opportunity sections.

This park features a large, expansive,  and accessible playground, pond, basketball/tennis and sport courts, and open field for play and organized field-games, a picnic shelter, and a 1/2 mile walking loop. The storm-fed sand & water gardens is an interactive and natural play area, designed for learning, discovery, and universal play. This area incorporates everyone with moving and still water sections and the homes of local creatures.

This unique, community-orientated park, where you can have family gatherings, or just a nice day at the park. The picnic shelter has power, water, restrooms, and can accommodate up to 50 people!

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Woodinville Heights Charmer
23828 50th Avenue Southeast, Woodinville ♦ MLS# 1089779
3 Bedrooms ♦ 1.75 Bathrooms ♦ 1,608 Square Feet ♦ 9,583 Square Foot Lot

Tucked on a serene cul-de-sac, this home enjoys peace and quiet yet is still close to schools, parks, shopping and freeways. Enjoy easy one-level living with an updated kitchen overlooking bright living and dining areas. Relax in the bonus room, or step out to the expansive yard with patio, grape arbor, planting beds and level lawn. Fresh carpeting, new hardwoods in the entry/hallway and stylish baths, too!

For more information, please contact Brian Rosso.
BRosso@windermere.com ♦ 206.356.9206 ♦ BrianRosso.com

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Featured Community: Woodinville

Featured Community: Woodinville

The city of Woodinville is located in northeastern King County and southeast Snohomish County. It is most known for its Wine Country region that has now expanded to include local distilleries and breweries. From the notable Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery to small boutique wineries scattered around the valley and “Warehouse” District located in north Woodinville, Woodinville offers visitors to taste celebrated, awarded wines, some of which are only available directly at the wineries. Wine tours, chef-inspired paired wine dinners, fundraisers, and local outdoor concerts are among the many Wine Country events hosted annually.It’s up there

Woodinville is a charming mix of residential areas located in 7 distinct geographical neighborhoods, light industrial areas, Tourist District, and retail-centric Town Center.  Woodinville is a convenient home-base, with its easy access to highways and transportation, for anyone seeking to explore the Puget Sound region. Located East of Seattle and North of Kirkland, the Woodinville community enjoys the advantages and convenience of being near several major metropolitan centers while maintaining the livability of all that is great about small town life. Both the Northshore School District and Lake Washington School District serve the residents of Woodinville in award winning style.

Residents of Woodinville come by their love of everything green naturally, and are passionate about the city’s environment and its beautiful woodland landscape. Surrounded by the foothills of the Cascade Mountains and the rugged beauty of the Olympics and Mount Rainier, Woodinville is committed to preserving its natural beauty. The climate is ideal for those who enjoy spending time in the great outdoors. Woodinville enjoys vast amounts of open space, city parks, multi-purpose fields, playgrounds, walking, biking, hiking and running trails, a skateboard park, tennis and basketball courts open all year long. The surrounding area offers lakes, rolling hills and mountains for the outdoor enthusiast. No matter what your passion is, you won’t have to go far to enjoy hot air ballooning, equestrian trails, backpacking, canoeing, fishing, rock climbing and wildlife watching adventures.

Molbaks Nursery, the largest and most comprehensive nursery in the Greater Puget Sound Region, draws garden enthusiasts throughout the state of Washington. Two of the most highly rated restaurants in the Northwest – The Herbfarm and The Barking Frog—are conveniently located in Woodinville. Over 100 wineries are located in, or near, Woodinville, including Chateau St. Michelle.  The popular summer concert series at St. Michelle’s amphitheater brings internationally renowned music acts to Woodinville.

An active calendar of small-town festivals, celebrations, and events occur throughout the year in Woodinville. Residents enjoy the Summer Concert Series at DeYoung Park and Cottage Lake Park. The Harvest Happening and The Great Pumpkin Hunt is a seasonal festival in late October. The Woodinville Lights Festival is a month-long celebration in December.  In the spring, the family-friendly annual Basset Bash parade and All Fools’ Day celebration is enjoyed by young and old. The population of Woodinville, per the 2010 Census, is approximately 11,000 residents.

Featured Community: Woodinville

Featured Community: Woodinville

The city of Woodinville is located in northeastern King County and southeast Snohomish County. It is most known for its Wine Country region that has now expanded to include local distilleries and breweries. From the notable Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery to small boutique wineries scattered around the valley and “Warehouse” District located in north Woodinville, Woodinville offers visitors to taste celebrated, awarded wines, some of which are only available directly at the wineries. Wine tours, chef-inspired paired wine dinners, fundraisers, and local outdoor concerts are among the many Wine Country events hosted annually.It’s up there

Woodinville is a charming mix of residential areas located in 7 distinct geographical neighborhoods, light industrial areas, Tourist District, and retail-centric Town Center.  Woodinville is a convenient home-base, with its easy access to highways and transportation, for anyone seeking to explore the Puget Sound region. Located East of Seattle and North of Kirkland, the Woodinville community enjoys the advantages and convenience of being near several major metropolitan centers while maintaining the livability of all that is great about small town life. Both the Northshore School District and Lake Washington School District serve the residents of Woodinville in award winning style.

Residents of Woodinville come by their love of everything green naturally, and are passionate about the city’s environment and its beautiful woodland landscape. Surrounded by the foothills of the Cascade Mountains and the rugged beauty of the Olympics and Mount Rainier, Woodinville is committed to preserving its natural beauty. The climate is ideal for those who enjoy spending time in the great outdoors. Woodinville enjoys vast amounts of open space, city parks, multi-purpose fields, playgrounds, walking, biking, hiking and running trails, a skateboard park, tennis and basketball courts open all year long. The surrounding area offers lakes, rolling hills and mountains for the outdoor enthusiast. No matter what your passion is, you won’t have to go far to enjoy hot air ballooning, equestrian trails, backpacking, canoeing, fishing, rock climbing and wildlife watching adventures.

Molbaks Nursery, the largest and most comprehensive nursery in the Greater Puget Sound Region, draws garden enthusiasts throughout the state of Washington. Two of the most highly rated restaurants in the Northwest – The Herbfarm and The Barking Frog—are conveniently located in Woodinville. Over 100 wineries are located in, or near, Woodinville, including Chateau St. Michelle.  The popular summer concert series at St. Michelle’s amphitheater brings internationally renowned music acts to Woodinville.

An active calendar of small-town festivals, celebrations, and events occur throughout the year in Woodinville. Residents enjoy the Summer Concert Series at DeYoung Park and Cottage Lake Park. The Harvest Happening and The Great Pumpkin Hunt is a seasonal festival in late October. The Woodinville Lights Festival is a month-long celebration in December.  In the spring, the family-friendly annual Basset Bash parade and All Fools’ Day celebration is enjoyed by young and old. The population of Woodinville, per the 2010 Census, is approximately 11,000 residents.