Small Town. Real Life. That is the motto of the small community of Duvall, Washington. Nestled in the Snoqualmie Valley, set at the base of the Cascade Mountains, Duvall is home to around 7,500 people. In the past, Duvall has been a pit stop town for travelers on their way to the mountains but it has successfully grown its commuting population and existing rural population.
Duvall has maintained its small town feel making it ideal for homebuyers looking for a location with a community atmosphere. The historical downtown is a prime tourist destination with plenty of antique stores and restaurants for you to enjoy. The other benefit of living in a small town is safety. Duvall is considered one of the safest cities in King County!
If a vibrant downtown is important to you, the City of Duvall might just be the place to call home. Duvall’s renovated downtown captivates visitors with its small town charm and many sculptures and art pieces commissioned from local artists. The historical district invites shoppers to enjoy their boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants and antique shops. Numerous playgrounds, parks, walking trails and other outdoor escapes are scattered throughout the community. Duvall’s community lifestyle, combined with easy access to Eastside workplaces and Seattle, insures your real estate dollars are well spent.
Still not convinced? Here are 6 things to do in Duvall provided by the Duvall Chamber of Commerce:
1. Snoqualmie Valley Trailhead
2. Duvall Days in June
3. Great restaurants
4. Big Rock Skate Park and Graffiti Wall
5. December in Duvall – Christmas Caroling and Tree Lighting
6. Summer Concert Series at McCormick Park
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