Education Hill Redmond Home
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Education Hill Redmond Home for Sale | Sold
This Redmond home on Education Hill is in an ideal location for work, school, shopping, and recreation. A quick drive gets you to the Microsoft campus, other neighboring technology companies, downtown Redmond and Marymoor Park. Children can walk to school. The home features a space-saving floor plan with three bedrooms upstairs. Meticulously cleaned and freshly painted, it is move-in ready. The modern kitchen and family room overlook a fully-fenced, private backyard. There is plenty of storage space.
Saturday, February 23, 1 to 4 pm
Address and Directions
10417 181st Ave NE, Redmond WA 98052 From Avondale west on NE 104th St, north on 181st Ave NE. From 202, east on NE 109th St (becomes 160th Ave NE, then NE 104th St) north on 181st Ave NE. House is on the left.
Education Hill Redmond Home
- Listed for $775,000, Sold for $785,000
- 10417 181st Ave NE, Redmond WA 98052
- Northwest Multiple Listing Service: 1412225
- Offers are being reviewed when received
- 2018 Taxes: $5,748
- Built in 1983
- 1,693 square feet per appraisal
- 8,091 square foot lot
- Composite roof
- Wood siding
- 3 bedrooms
- 1 full and 1 three-quarter bath upstairs, 1 half-bath downstairs
- Master suite with full bath and walk-in closet
- Main floor: entry, living room, dining area, kitchen, family room, and utility room
- Hardwood flooring downstairs, wall-to-wall caret in living and dining rooms
- Ceramic tile in upstairs bathrooms, wall-to-wall carpet on stairs and upstairs
- Appliances that stay with home: stove/oven, dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, and garbage disposal
- Raised vegetable beds
- 2-car, insulated garage
- Energy sources: electrical and natural gas
- Fireplaces: wood-burning in the family room
- Utilities: Puget Sound Energy for natural gas and electric, City of Redmond for water and sewage, Waste Management for garbage
- Lake Washington School District: Horace Mann Elementary, Redmond Middle School, Redmond High School
From Salmonberg to Redmond
Redmond was first named first Salmonberg because of the abundance of salmon in the surrounding rivers. The city was settled by Luce McRedmond after whom it is named today. What put Redmond on the map and into global consciousness and ignited the Redmond homes real estate market was the world’s largest software company. Microsoft Corporation, which moved its headquarters to Redmond in 1986 has some 30,000 full-time workers on its Redmond campus and other eastside locations.
Educated and ethnically diverse
The over 50,000 residents – about 13 percent Asian and 6 percent Hispanic – are probably one of the best-educated populations on the planet. The visibility of exotic cars – 60 percent of the residents are under 45 years old – is just one of the many indicators of wealth minted from the local technology industry.
Expanding Technology Sector
Redmond technology companies continue to expand. From the long-established Microsoft to the relative newcomer Facebook, Seattle is home to almost every technology brand. Microsoft is enlarging its footprint and Facebook is planning an entirely new campus. Education Hill Redmond homes will continue to reap the benefits of these investments in the form of rising home values.
Plenty of parks and paths
The largest of the city ’s more than 20 public parks, is Marymoor Park with 560 acres (2.3 km2), one of the King County’s largest and most popular. It is home to several soccer fields, an off-leash dog park, an outdoor theater, and a velodrome. 17 miles of paths for hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding, as well as boating on the Sammamish river offer relief from cubicle stress and carpal tunnel syndrome.
- Staging: Nicol Boettner
- Photography: Jesse Young