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  • The city of Issaquah retains a quaint rural charm, but it actually has a lot going on for a town of its size. If you want to live in a place rich in culture and beautiful natural surroundings, then Issaquah might be the place for you. The city had a population of 30,434, according to the 2010 census and is the second fastest-growing suburb in the state of Washington.

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Top 6 Reasons to Live in Issaquah, WA

  • There's some amazing hiking! Issaquah is surrounding by three mountains -- Squak Mountain, Cougar Mountain and Tiger Mountain -- known as the Issaquah Alps. There are some outstanding hiking trails on and around these mountains. There are also some excellent hiking trails maintained by the city's Parks and Recreation department, including Bear Ridge Trail and Maple-Juniper Trail.
  • Property prices are increasing! The average cost of homes for sale in Issaquah is on the rise, so now's a good time to invest in property. Real estate prices are well above the state and national averages, so don't expect rock bottom prices. You can find more affordable property in areas such as Coal Creek and Factoria.
  • Enjoy arts and culture! Living in a small city doesn't mean that you have to wave goodbye to cultural pursuits. Issaquah is known for its strong artistic community. Head to the artEAST Center or check out performances from the Village Theatre. There's also a lot of public art on display, such as the River Run sculpture on Northeast Creek Way.
  • Take part in community events! There are a number of community events that take place throughout the year. The main highlight is the Salmon Days Festival, but other events such as the Art Walk and Saturday Cinema are also big hits.
  • Plenty of rental properties! If you want to rent or rent to own in Issaquah, the good news is that the amount of rental properties in the city is above the national average. Almost 36 percent of homes in Issaquah are rental properties. Some areas that are particularly sought after include Coalfield and Mirrormont.
  • Excellent city parks! You'll find plenty of parks and green spaces all through the city, benefiting from various amenities. For instance, Black Nugget Park has tennis courts, baseball courts and trails, and Harvey Manning Park has a baseball court, play equipment and restrooms.