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Welcome to Kirkland, Washington

Resting on the banks of Lake Washington just east of Seattle and north of Bellevue, Kirkland, Washington is a city of 45,000 people who want dynamic arts and cultural opportunities, great boutiques, fine restaurants, and a plethora of outdoor activities at their doorsteps. In Kirkland, they get them all.

In the 1880s, Peter Kirk auctioned off his British estate and headed to America and the Pacific Northwest. There, on the northeast shores of Lake Washington, he founded Moss Bay Iron and Steel Works. The company collapsed during the Panic of 1893, but the company town remained, eventually becoming a wool-milling hub during the Klondike Gold Rush and a ship-building titan during World War II.

Just minutes from Microsoft and other companies that have made the Northwest famous, many captains of industry call Kirkland home, as well as the workers who make those industries flourish. Homes for sale in the city range from luxurious waterfront estates and condos to lovely craftsman and mid-century offerings.

With miles of waterfront recreation areas, Kirkland is a perfect place to be on a sunny day. On warm summer evenings, restaurants spill onto sidewalks, giving the city a bustling, friendly, open-air festival feeling. No city in the state of Washington works more diligently to ensure that its beaches are open to everyone while still preserving their delicate ecosystems. Bridle Trails state park provides over 20 miles of equestrian trails and acres of forested green spaces.

Kirkland Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 179 homes for sale in Kirkland, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
58% Single Family, 20% Condo, 8% Rental, 8% Townhouse, 6% Land/lot and 1% Other.

58% Single Family
20% Condo
14% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 179
Average Home Size 2,384 ft² / 221 m²
Price Range ($39,950 - $6,500,000)

Weather in Kirkland

The average high temperatures in Kirkland range from 45 in January to 75 in July

Average home income in Kirkland

The average household income of a Kirkland resident is $113,037 with an average home value of $503,336

Population of Kirkland

Kirkland has 81,771 residents.

Home ownership in Kirkland

The average level of home ownership in Kirkland is 63%.

Education breakdown of Kirkland

Education levels of residents of Kirkland include: highschool 13%, associate 8%, bachelor 34%, graduate 19%.

Households in Kirkland

Kirkland has 34,838 homes, built on average 39 years ago.

Information from in and around Kirkland...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 179 homes for sale in Kirkland. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Condo, Rental, Townhouse, Land/lot and Other. The average list price of these property results is 1,314,999. Prices are shown as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Kirkland please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 179 homes for sale in Kirkland, WA are represented by 2 member brokerages serving the Kirkland area. Member brokerages representing the 179 homes include Windermere Relocation - Seattle and John L. Scott Real Estate - WA/ID.