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After living with the intense traffic of King County, you've decided to explore Snohomish County's quieter, slower lifestyle. Good choice! Your family will thank you!

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The quaint main streets of Arlington, Darrington, and Granite Falls beckon, with bakery shop owners that enjoy greeting you by name, and local grocery stores that still carry your favorite brands of cheese, coffee, and crackers.

Homes in Bothell, Kenmore, and Woodinville lead you right into an easy commute along the Tech Corridor, or a quick bus ride to Cascadia College, and the U of W Bothell.

Perhaps you were driving around a Snohomish County
 neighborhood and found homes on acreage that really interested you. Relocating may make a lot of sense, once you find how much home your money can buy in beautiful Snohomish County. An entire equestrian facility near Stanwood may be available for the price of a single residence in Bellevue. Acreages just made for building your dream home are still available, when you come north of King County.

Rural and small-town living may be just right for your family, and your pets and animals. Whether it's a vacation getaway or a full-time lifestyle, you owe it to yourself to lose the stress and slow down from today's hectic pace. Spend an afternoon fishing from your own acreage along the North Fork of the Stillaguamish. The wondrous Cascade and Olympic Mountain views will serve to uplift your spirit every day.

If it's time to find a new home for your family, big enough to have a few chickens or something with an equestrian-sized property, you'll discover Snohomish County is filled with good pastures and many horse-friendly properties. Snohomish County is still within the daily driving range to Boeing and other major job centers, so they tend to go fast. Let your realtor know what you're looking for early on in your moving plans.