New on the Market! Lovely 3 bedroom, 2.25 bathroom Lynden Home

 Just listed for sale!  803 N Park Street in lovely Lynden, Washington.

$425,000, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, .23 acre lot

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This gorgeous, well-kept home in on of Lynden’s finest neighborhoods is sure to catch your eye. Great street appeal combines with a wonderful floor plan designed for easy living & entertaining. Whether it’s the gourmet kitchen with gigantic skylights, granite, stainless steel and spacious pantry, the two covered patios for relaxing outdoor barbecues or the larger fully fenced yard for your four legged friends it all adds up to a 10-star home one you’ll love to call your won.

Additional Information

  • Taxes: $3,225living room 1
  • View: Mountain, Territorial
  • Lot Size: 0.23 Acre (10,019 SqFt)
  • Garage Size: 2 Car
  • Exterior: Cement Planked
  • Fireplaces: 1 Fireplace
  • Heating/Cooling: Forced Air
  • Roof: Composition Roof
  • Flooring: Bamboo/Cork, Ceramic Tile Floor

School Information

  • District: Lyndendining kitchen 2
  • Elementary: Isom Elementary
  • Junior High: Lynden Middle School
  • High: Lynden High School

For more information on 803 N Park Street in Lynden visit our website today or call 1-888-713-3056.

Lynden Open Houses this Saturday, June 17th

Eastwood Open House Image

Join Rich Johnson as he hosts an Open House at 1302 Eastwood Way in Lynden this Saturday from 1pm to 3pm.

This luxurious 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath craftsman style home on a large sunny lot comes with unparalleled quality of construction. The floor plan which flows naturally & logically makes it a hit for either everyday living or elaborate entertaining. You’ll enjoy the open spaces, the gourmet kitchen & large rooms will appeal to all. Outside, the sunny backyard is a great space for the green thumb or for just chilling out. There is even an irrigation system to keep the yard green & the planting lush!!

For more information on 1302 Eastwood Way in Lynden visit our website today!

Dahlia Open House Image

Join Milo Steimle as he hosts an open house at 600 Dahlia St in  Lynden this Saturday, June 17th from 1pm to 3pm.

This sweet 3 bedroom 2.5 bath home off Main Street in beautiful Lynden. Lots of upgrades including fresh carpet. A huge fenced yard for all the fun times and a private back deck make outdoor living a blast. Inside there are both Living and Family Rooms plus a dining room off the large kitchen. Gas heat plus a wood fireplace for the cool fall evenings. Lives much larger than the 2,058 Square feet and the flow could not be better. Move in ready!

For more information on 600 Dahlia Stree in Lynden visit our website today!

Lynden Washington Home Values

Do you own a home in Lynden Washington?

Are you curious how the active real estate market is impacting your home’s value?

What's My Lynden Home Worth

 

 

Lynden, Washington located in northeast of Bellingham has been named the 10th safest city in Washington according to Safewise. An absolutely gorgeous city surrounds but farmlands and framed with view of Mt Baker Lynden is a happening little town!

It is obvious to a first time visitor that the early Lynden settlers must have had Dutch roots, because this charming town celebrates its history in everything from its architecture to its festivals. It is also obvious that people take pride in their town and their homes. You would be hard pressed to find an unkempt Lynden yard. Lynden was founded by farmers and farming, particularly berries and dairies, still provide the basis for thThe Mill Outsdiee town’s economy.

Lynden has also become a very popular retirement area as well as a place to live. Part of that can be explained by a golf course community called Homestead, which was well planned and executed across a broad spectrum of price ranges. Additional developments have maintained this quality and typically provided housing at a lower price range than comparable homes in Bellingham. It is no small wonder that Lynden has been the fastest growing city in Whatcom County since 1980.

Home to the Northwest Washington Fair and the Lynden Pioneer Museum, Lynden stays close to its agricultural roots and well as its religious roots. Lynden Christian High School is nearly as large as its public counterpart and the majority of the businesses are closed on Sunday.

Lynden HomeLynden Real Estate Listings

See a list of homes and property currently for sale in Lynden. Refine you search based upon your property needs and desires.

If you have questions about Lynden, Washington and real estate opportunities available there feel free to call us toll free at 1-888-713-3056 or email us at Info@JohnsonTeamRealEstate.com

Lynden Open House Saturday, 1:00-3:00pm

Visit Rich Johnson, Saturday, May 13th from 1:00-3:00pm as he hosts an open house at 1302 Eastwood Way in beautiful Lynden.

Open House Idea

Don’t miss your chance to tour this lovely 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath luxurious craftsman style home. Just listed for sale, this one won’t last long!

To learn more about 1302 Eastwood Way or to schedule a private showing visit our website today or call (360) 303-2734.

The First Pending Ratios of the Month!

Bellingham Real EstateThe number of real estate signs you see in yards can be deceiving as to the number of homes actually for sale WITHOUT offers on them. If you are seeing new signs around your neighborhood and curious if any of those homes already have offers on them, we have your answers!

Every week we keep track of how many homes are for sale around Bellingham and Whatcom County and how many of those homes have pending offers on them. Pending is the time frame between when an offer has been mutual accepted between the buyer’s and the seller’s of the home and when the title actually transfers hands. This give the buyer’s time to get the financing, do inspection, review the title reports and more.

As of Saturday, May 6th, the pending ratio in Bellingham was 51%. Click the links to view a report of how many homes are for sale in each area and price range and how many of them are pending showing just how active certain sectors of the market are.

The Birch Bay Pending ratio was 37%

The Ferndale pending ratio was 42%

The Lynden pending ratio was 50%

The Sudden Valley pending ratio was 48%

If you are thinking of selling your home or property, Johnson Team Real Estate would love to help! We are here to help you will all your real estate needs! You can reach us toll free at 1-888-713-3056 or email us at Info@JohnsonTeamRealEstate.com

Just Listed Listed! Luxurious Lynden Craftsman Style Home

Welcome to 1302 Eastwood Way in Lynden, Washington.

  Just listed for $459,000!

Front of House

This luxurious craftsman style home on a large sunny lot comes with unparalleled quality of construction. The floor plan which flows naturally & logically makes it a hit for either everyday living or elaborate entertaining. You’ll enjoy the open spaces, the gourmet kitchen & large rooms will appeal to all. Outside, the sunny backyard is a great space for the green thumb or for just chilling out. There is even an irrigation system to keep the yard green & the planting lush!!

Details: Patio 4

4 bedrooms, 2. 5 bathrooms, 2,907 sq ft
Taxes $3,882
Lot Size 0.27 Acre (11,761 SqFt)
Garage Size 2 Car
Exterior Cement Planked
Fireplaces 1 Fireplace
Heating/Cooling Forced Air
Roof Composition Roof
Flooring Bamboo/Cork, Ceramic Tile Floor, Hardwood Floor, Vinyl Floor, Wall to Wall Carpet

School Information:Dining Room

District: Lynden
Elementary :Vossbeck Elem
Junior High: Lynden Middle School
High: Lynden High School

For more information on 1302 Eastwood Way or to schedule a private showing call us today at (360) 303-2734 or visit our website!

 

Farmer’s Day Parade in Lynden this Saturday, June 4th!

If you are looking for something fun to do this weekend the Lynden’s Farmers Day Parade is on Saturday June 4th starting at 10:30 am and usually concludes around 12noon! Get there early to get a good spot and don’t forget about all the shops that you can wander to after the parade. Lynden has lots of wonderful businesses both new and old including Lynden Dutch Bakery and The Mill.

Lynden is also celebrating its 125th Anniversary with a 125ft long strawberry shortcake built along Front Street. The shortcake will be available to sample to parade attendees. The Farmer’s Day Parade and the strawberry shortcake are a great way to celebrate Lynden’s history in agriculture.

If you have never been out to Lynden, you are sure to have a good time. It is obvious to a first time visitor that the early Lynden settlers must have had Dutch roots, because this charming town celebrates its history in everything from its architecture to its festivals. It is also obvious that people take pride in their town and their homes- I don’t believe that I have ever seen an unkempt Lynden yard. Lynden was founded by farmers and farming- particularly berries and dairies- still provide the basis for the town’s economy.

Lynden has also become a very popular retirement area as well as a place to live. Part of that can be explained by a golf course community called Homestead, which was well planned and executed across a broad spectrum of price ranges.  Lynden Real Estate  includes additional developments which have  maintained this quality and typically provided housing at a lower price range than comparable homes in Bellingham. Small wonder that Lynden has been the fastest growing city in Whatcom County since 1980.

Home to the Northwest Washington Fair and the Lynden Pioneer Museum, Lynden stays close to its agricultural roots and well as its religious roots. Lynden Christian High School is nearly as large as its public counterpart and the majority of the businesses are closed on Sunday.

Don’t miss out on all the fun!

Lynden Named 10th Safest City in Washington

The Mill OutsdieLynden, Washington located in northeast of Bellingham has been named the 10th safest city in Washington according to Safewise. View the full list of Washington cities here

It is obvious to a first time visitor that the early Lynden settlers must have had Dutch roots, because this charming town celebrates its history in everything from its architecture to its festivals. It is also obvious that people take pride in their town and their homes. You would be hard pressed to find an unkempt Lynden yard.  Lynden was founded by farmers and farming, particularly berries and dairies, still provide the basis for the town’s economy.

Lynden has also become a very popular retirement area as well as a place to live. Part of that can be explained by a golf course community called Homestead, which was well planned and executed across a broad spectrum of price ranges. Additional developments have maintained this quality and typically provided housing at a lower price range than comparable homes in Bellingham. It is no small wonder that Lynden has been the fastest growing city in Whatcom County since 1980.

Home to the Northwest Washington Fair and the Lynden Pioneer Museum, Lynden stays close to its agricultural roots and well as its religious roots. Lynden Christian High School is nearly as large as its public counterpart and the majority of the businesses are closed on Sunday.

Lynden HomeLynden Real Estate Listings

See a list of homes and property currently for sale in Lynden. Refine you search based upon your property needs and desires.

If you have questions about Lynden, Washington and real estate oppurtunities available there feel free to call us toll free at 1-888-713-3056 or email us at Info@JohnsonTeamRealEstate.com

Lynden Lighted Parade Saturday Dec. 5th at 6pm

Lynden Lighted ParadeCome out to Lynden this Saturday and view one of Whatcom County’s greatest holiday celebrations the annual Lynden Lighted Parade. The parade starts at 6pm. The processional beings at Lynden’s Fairway Center and travels along Front St through downtown Lynden.
The Parade is made up of lighted parade floats, semi trucks, tractors and other farm equipment and is fun for the whole family. This year there will be a new  tradition, the lighting of the city Christmas tree sponsored by PSE. The ceremony will be held at Front & 4th Street immediately at the end of the parade as the last entry reaches 4th street.  In addition, don’t forget to take a tour of unique light displays & decorated storefronts throughout the city during Lynden in Lights  which runs until January!
If you have never been out to Lynden It is obvious to a first time visitor that the early Lynden settlers must have had Dutch roots, because this charming town celebrates its history in everything from its architecture to its festivals. It is also obvious that people take pride in their town and their homes- I don’t believe that I have ever seen an unkempt Lynden yard. Lynden was founded by farmers and farming- particularly berries and dairies- still provide the basis for the town’s economy.Lynden has also become a very popular retirement area as well as a place to live. Part of that can be explained by a golf course community called Homestead, which was well planned and executed across a broad spectrum of price ranges. Additional developments have maintained this quality and typically provided housing at a lower price range than comparable homes in Bellingham. Small wonder that Lynden has been the fastest growing city in Whatcom County since 1980.Home to the Northwest Washington Fair and the Lynden Pioneer Museum, Lynden stays close to its agricultural roots and well as its religious roots. Lynden Christian High School is nearly as large as its public counterpart and the majority of the businesses are closed on Sunday.
For more information on Lynden, housing options in the area or relocation information email Info@JohnsonTeamRealEstate.com or call us toll free at 1-888-713-3056 today!

It’s Fair Week in Lynden. The 2014 Northwest Washington Fair is Underway!

Case Tractor Machinery DisplayIt’s that time of year again, the time that Whatcom County locals call “Fair Week.”  The Northwest Washington Fair begins today in Lynden and  is going on until Saturday. Fair Gates open daily at 9am, vendors open 1oam, Carnival rides start at 11am and the fair closes daily at 11pm.

Gate admission to the fair is $10 for ages 13 and older, $8 for ages 62 and older, $5 for ages 6-12 and ages 5 and under are free.  If you are looking to ride some of the carnival rides the rides start at $3 per ride or you can buy an all day pass for $30 and have unlimited rides all day.

A very tired 4-H member sleeping with her cow.

Whether it’s crafting displays, animals, amazing food, machinery, music, entertainment or talent displays you are sure to find something to fit your needs at the Northwest Washington Fair. One of my fair favorites happens to be all the kids 4-H animals. It’s so neat to so all the hard work and dedication that the youth of Whatcom County put into raising their animals to show at the fair and then in most cases auction off in the livestock auction Friday on the fairgrounds.  The kids put in countless hours of work at the fair. One little gal told me that she arrives on the grounds at 5:30am in the morning and does not leave until 10:30pm each day.  Each day the kids must wash and clean up after their animals and clean the fair’s barn and facilities in which their animals are housed, making for a long hard work for a lot of kids as noted by the picture I took at left of a little girl asleep in the barn cuddled up with her cow.

Come out to the fair and enjoy some of the fun rides and attractions Come out to the fair and enjoy some of the fun rides and attractions

For more information on the Northwest Washington Fair you can visit their website www.northwestwashingtonfair.org or call the Fair Office at (360) 354-4111.