Bothell is one of the most unique cities in Washington State. Its uniqueness is in lies in it’s apart of two different counties; the northern 2/3 lies in Snohomish County and its southern 1/3 is in King County. A distinctive features of Bothell are the street names with the numbers switching upon entering the other county.
Bothell Real Estate Subdivisions & Communities
The City of Bothell is divided into 28 sub areas: Queensborough, Brentwood, Crystal Springs, Shelton View, Meridian, 3rd Avenue SE, County Village, Lake Pleasant/527 Corridor, Canyon Park, Canyon Creek/39th Avenue SE, Ftizgerald, 35th Avenue SE, Maywood, Beckstrom Hill, North Creek, NE 195th Street, Hollyhills, Pioneer Hills, Morningside, Brickyard Road, Queensgate, Westhill, Downtown, NE 190th Street, Riverfront, Waynita, Simonds and Norway Hills.
Having 28 sub areas it allows for diverse zoning designations that include but not limited too: Residential (40,000 – 9,600 – 8,400 – 7,200 – 5,400 – 4,000 and 2,800 lot size minimums), Office Professional, Neighborhood Business, Community Business, General Commercial, Light Industrial, Specialized Senior Housing Overlay, Mobile/Manufactured Home Park Overlay, Motor Vehicle Sales Overlay and North Creek Fish and Wildlife Critical Habitat Protection Area.
Bothll’s Landscape & Surrounding Areas
The Sammamish River basin flows through the southern section of Bothell, along with four main tributaries (Big Bear Creek, Little Bear Creek, North Creek and Swamp Creek), which eventually flow into Lake Washington. Bothell borders the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range and give residents easy access to many activities like, fishing, hiking, camping and boating. It also is in great location within major arterials and highways to make commuting easy and painless.
Bothell’s General Demographics
- 12 square miles
- Dwelling Units 12,362 (2000)
- Population 30,150 (2000)
- Major Industries (biopharmaceutical, telecommunication and environmental)
Bothell’s City History
First in inhabited by the Sammamish Indian tribes and then European settlers in 1870, Bothell was incorporated in 1909. But it wasn’t until 1888 when George Brackett sold 80 acres of land to David Bothell that the city started to take shape. In the early days logging and camping where Bothell’s industry drivers and shipping was the only way commerce could get in and out of the city.
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(all data current as of 5/25/2013)
$235,000 : 19503 22nd Ave SE, Unit 4, Bothell3 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$619,000 : 22428 5th Place W, Bothell2 beds, 1 full, 1 part baths
$170,000 : 2009 196th St SE, Bothell3 beds, 2 full baths
$589,000 : 21920 41st Ave SE, Bothell4 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$359,950 : 3113 166th Place SE, Bothell4 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$475,000 : 19728 1st Ave W, Bothell4 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$530,000 : 3931 167th St SE, Bothell4 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$379,000 : 104 203rd St SE, Bothell5 beds, 3 full, 1 part baths
$400,000 : 22831 38th Ave SE, Bothell4 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$289,950 : 216 174th St SW, Bothell3 beds, 2 full baths
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