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New: Real Estate Investing and Island Hopping in Edmonds

Posted on Feb 22, 2019

While Seattle and the state’s other cities certainly offer tech-savvy, cosmopolitan vibes, Washington State is also home to so many lovely little tucked-away corners. Ideally located on the Puget Sound in between Seattle and Everett, Edmonds is the perfect hub for island-hopping and commuting. This small town boasts incredible Puget Sound views, an artsy community, and easy access to several nearby tourist destinations.

Consequently, Pickett Street’s newest listing in Edmonds holds so much potential. This 7-unit multi-family building offers you the opportunity to invest in real estate and create passive income in an optimal location. I have to admit—I’m jealous of the lucky buyer who lands this gem!

Call Pickett Street’s Jesse Moore today (425-502-5397) to chat more about this property. In the meantime, you can read more about Edmonds’ charm and the listing below.

The Listing

All units feature two bedrooms, one bathroom, and laundry machines, a cozy kitchen and living room. The parking lot can fit 14 vehicles and includes four carport spots and additional storage for each unit.

For commuters, a fifteen-minute drive from these units takes you to the Lynnwood Transit Center. The Edmonds-Kingston ferry terminal is also 15 minutes away.

The property is also a ten-minute walk to Aurora Marketplace and a 30-minute stroll to Ballinger Lake. Costco and Safeway are just around the corner.

Pickett Street notes that buyers could convert these units into condos to resell, or they could rent out the units to quickly increase your cash flow. For more about real estate investment hacks, check out our blog posts about Margaret’s duplex secrets and Cody Touchette’s advice on achieving your investment dreams.

Neighborhood Vibes

Residents describe Edmonds as family-friendly, commuter-friendly, quiet, safe, and walkable. Many residents also say they enjoy Edmonds’ strong school system, which includes Edmonds Community College.

Just a 30-minute drive to Seattle, Edmonds provides residents with the best of both small-town and urban life.

What to Do in the Area

Edmonds features several waterfront parks, including Marina Beach Park and Meadowdale Beach Park, which has 108 acres of gentle nature trails and old-growth trees. The Port of Edmonds offers boaters opportunities to moor and maintain their boats.

With the Edmonds-Kingston ferry close by, residents can easily take a day trip to Poulsbo and Bainbridge Island—two delightful towns on the Kitsap Peninsula. Additionally, the wonderfully funky college town of Bellingham is an hour and half drive to the north.

Finally, Edmonds hosts its very own art museum. Cascadia Art Museum’s small, carefully curated exhibits feature both 19th and 20th century and contemporary art from local Pacific Northwest artists.

Where to Dine

Residents call FIVE Restaurant and Bistro the area’s best-kept secret; this spot’s menu includes European-style dishes with Northwest ingredients, such as halibut, oysters, and scallops. For cozy breakfasts, check out the adorably-named Rusty’s Pelican Cafe. Finally, locals call the highly-rated Walnut Street Coffee

Edmonds also has several waterfront restaurants with stunning views, such as Arnies and Demetris Woodstone Taverna.

If you’re interested in this Edmonds listing, I advise you get in touch with Jesse Moore at (425-502-5397) as soon as you can! This property offers you the chance to both live and earn passive income in a cozy and convenient Washington community.

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