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Renton, WA

Renton, Washington

Positioned only 11 short miles from Seattle, Renton is a part of an extensive local and international transportation network that involves both road and air, as well as sea and railroads. There is noticeable growth within the city, which has over 2,000 software companies, nearly 3,000 acres of parks, and the only IKEA in the entire state. Renton is also home to the primary Boeing factories, which employee over 15,000 people.

The Renton School District has 4 high schools, 4 middle schools, 15 elementary schools, and 4 colleges. This city has an upstanding school district that holds four different awards for excellency. Its affordability makes it an enticing place to settle down. Compared to its neighbors, Renton has the lowest average home price. Adding to the beauty of this magnificent city are the two rivers that stream through the downtown district.

 

Renton History Museum

Located in a historic firehouse, this museum features alternating exhibits, programs, and events to share the history of Renton. The Museum holds over 90,000 objects and 13,000 photographs that encapsulate Renton’s cultural, social, and industrial history. Some recent exhibits included 100 Years at Renton High and The Twilight Zone Art Show. The Renton History Museum also hosts many family programs that combine activities such as storytelling with performances relevant to Renton's vibrant history.

Northwest Seaplanes

This family owned charter flight business will show you the most stunning views of the Cascade and Olympic Mountains, give you a thrilling tour of Seattle from high in the sky, and even take you all the way up to British Columbia if you want! You can also schedule a trip to the San Juan Island for a picnic.

The Landing

This outdoor shopping center has all kinds of grocery stores, clothing stores, revered restaurants, unique services, and a gigantic movie theater. It is decorated with greenery and patio seating throughout the plaza, which gives off a charming vibe.

Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park

This 57-acre park has its own boat launches, a trail for walking or biking, and picnic tables in the shade. The park offers tennis courts, perfect spots for sand volleyball, and safe places for swimming. Events such as dock fishing groups and live concerts are held here, and Ivar's Seafood Bar is within walking distance so you can finally try some of Ivar’s famous fish and chips!

Renton Public Library

This incredibly unique library floats above the Cedar River that runs through Renton and is one of only a few libraries in the United States that is built over a body of water. The open floor plan helps to accommodate readers with huge, spread out tables and chairs that provide a perfect view of the river, seen from the colossal glass windows. This library is every bookworm’s dream.

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Nykole Larson Real Estate Group at Keller Williams Puget Sound
Nykole Larson
6050 20th St E
Fife, WA 98424
253-835-4500
Ben Larson
Loan Officer
NMLS ID 152377
253-200-3255 Ext. 25
5306 Pacific HWY E #B
Fife, WA 98424

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