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Skagit Valley Real Estate

Burlington

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Located just north of Mount Vernon and known as the commercial hub of Skagit County, Burlington has so much more to offer than just commerce. If you are looking for homes for sale in Burlington, WA, we can help!  Called the Hub City because it serves as the connection point for the County's two main highways, Burlington is the logical destination for over 60,000 shoppers on a busy day. Wander just off the main Boulevard, however, and you'll be rewarded with quaint homes, tasty cafes, locally owned specialty shops, and one of the County's largest parks programs. Just one park in Burlington, the 51-acre Skagit River Park, features 22 soccer fields, eight baseball diamonds, and 24 horse shoe pits.

Anchored by Burlington Hill on the North, and the Skagit River along its Southern border, Burlington is a great jumping off point for adventures in the Skagit River Valley. Head east on Hwy 20 to world-class climbing in the North Cascades, or head west to Anacortes for the Puget Sound and ferries to the famous San Juan Islands.

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December 18th, 2014

No Child Should Have to Sleep Outside

Written by Josh Scott

  A few weeks ago the Windermere Foundation was approached with a remarkable opportunity to support the #NoChildSleepsOutside campaign, which is trying to raise $250,000 by December 23 to open a crisis-response winter night shelter for homeless families in Seattle. The Windermere Foundation …

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December 18th, 2014

No Child Should Have to Sleep Outside

Written by Josh Scott

  A few weeks ago the Windermere Foundation was approached with a remarkable opportunity to support the #NoChildSleepsOutside campaign, which is trying to raise $250,000 by December 23 to open a crisis-response winter night shelter for homeless families in Seattle. The Windermere Foundation was able to contribute …

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December 16th, 2014

December Perspectives

Written by Josh Scott

A few weeks ago, we heard a term that was new to us: “emerging adulthood.” It was defined as the life stage where young adults in their 20s take time to find themselves. Otherwise known as the time when kids graduate from college and move home because they don’t know what the heck they want to do with …

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