Issaquah is a diverse, thriving, residential suburb nestled at the base of the Cascade Mountains, just 15 miles east of Seattle.

The area around Front Street has maintained some of its historic buildings. Both the Issaquah Depot Museum and Gilman Town Hall Museum are in buildings built in the 1880s. There’s also Boehm’s Candies, an active member of the Issaquah community for over 55 years, and Triple XXX Root Beer with its kitschy decor and car shows. There are also plenty of shopping and errand running options within the city. From Costco to Home Depot, or Trader Joe’s to REI, all of your bases are covered.

There are numerous outdoor activities at your disposal. Whether it be hiking Tiger Mountain’s Poo Poo Point, or enjoying the waterfront parks on Lake Sammamish, there’s something to do no matter the season.

Every October the city hosts the Issaquah Salmon Days Festival. The festival celebrates the return of salmon to local waters, and features artists, food vendors, activities and live entertainment.


Residents range from young professionals to retirees. The Issaquah School District is consistently ranked as one of the best school districts in the state, making it a great place for families with children.

Interstate 90 bisects the city, making it a hot spot for commuters. It is perfect for those who prefer the quieter atmosphere of the east side to that of bustling hubs like Seattle and Bellevue.

Issaquah has a combination of houses, condominiums and apartment complexes.



Sammamish Hills
Issaquah Creek
Spyglass Hill
Arrington Place

Homes Represented in Issaquah

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