In the second edition of Neighborhood Spotlight, we travel to northwest Snohomish County and the city of Stanwood Washington where you'll find the community of Warm Beach. Approximately 4 sq/miles, Warm Beach lends its name (though this is not confirmed) to Washington's afternoon summer Sun which blankets its shorelines.

While being a quaint Stanwood community, Warm Beach has annual event that brightens hearts in cold winter months, the Warm Beach Lights of Christmas. Know for its million plus lighting displays, kids rides, hot chocolate, and winter bizarre, the Light of Christmas is a splendor to gaze upon.

If a calmer pace of life with similar folks is of interest then cruise over to the Warm Beach Senior Community. Offering manufactured home living, rehabilitation with in-patient and out-patient options, and independent living, the Warm Beach Senior Community offers so much to residents in a not-so-far-away place.

Where is Warm Beach?

Located in southwest Stanwood, Warm Beach can be found by traveling west out of Smokey Point (I-5 exit 206) on Lakewood Rd (Highway 531) to the shores of the Puget Sound, just don't drive to far as you'll get wet.


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Why are Warm Beach Homes Desirable?

Neighborhoods like Blacktail Forest (known for its large homes with huge shops), Lake Martha (lakefront homes and private fishing), and Marine Dr with its Sound views are highly desired and can be found by doing a Warm Beach home search. Other familiar names are Port Susan and nearby Kayak Point and Lake Howard.

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Warm Beach Real Estate Statistics as of 3/9/2014

In February there was 8 Active listings in Warm Beach and the area inventory level fluctuate from month-to-month.

Over the last 12 month period Warm Beach averaged 2.3 homes sales per month.

The most active price range in Warm Beach is the $200,000 - $300,000 price range which is also indicative of Snohomish County.