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    Redmond Real Estate: A Historic Part of Seattle

    This little cozy suburb of Seattle offers many amenities to its new residents. Known for its attractive setting, its great access to arts and culture, and nearby recreation activities, new homeowners will enjoy this lively and bustling hub of Seattle.

    Cultural and Historical Landmarks

    Many historical places have been turned into thriving businesses that you can shop at, enjoy a meal, and enjoy living in Redmond.

    The Matador Restaurant: This fine establishment is found in the Bill Brown Saloon building. Built in 1913, this building lived through the Prohibition. Today, this local neighborhood eatery serves classic and modern Mexican dishes, cocktails, and lets its customers enjoy a social outing in a stylish dining space.

    Anderson Park: This was the first park in the city of Redmond. The park was originally laid down in 1938 as part of the Works Progress Administration during the Great Depression. The picnic shelter, recently renovated in 2011, is great for family outings.

    Redmond Saturday Market: This is the oldest farmer’s market on the eastside of Seattle. From May through October, enjoy produce and other products from over 70 vendors. You can buy tamales, crepes, pulled pork and enjoy live bands on Saturday afternoons.

    Recently Sold in Redmond

    This home, recently sold in Redmond, features 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and has 3,740 square feet for a great family living space.