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Top 14 Reasons to Live in Marysville

  • Experience Mount Pilchuk. Only 20 miles away, Mount Pilchuk can be seen from many places in the city. If you are feeling adventurous, you can hike to the summit, which offers panoramic views of the entire Cascade Mountain Range, as well as Puget Sound.

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  • Live in the Strawberry City. Marysville was nicknamed the Strawberry City because it was once surrounded by numerous strawberry fields. The city still honors its history with the annual Strawberry Festival, which celebrates everything strawberry, as well as the local community. Be a spectator at or march in the Grand Parade.
  • The Marysville Historical Society works hard to preserve history. The society has been working for the past several years to build the Marysville Museum, which will house the city's history. In the meantime, you can visit the Marysville Historical Society storefront to view a glimpse of the past or partake in the society's other events, such as the Vintage Fashion Show.
  • Relax in the free, public parks. Many of the parks in Marysville have historical significance and all are free and open to the public, such as Comeford Park or Jennings Park. Walk, picnic or simply people-watch.
  • Bike or go horseback riding. Nearby in the town of Snohomish lies the Snohomish Country Centennial Trail, which provides both a biking and equestrian trail, which is doted by a rotating installment of public art.
  • The downtown makeover is completed. In 2008, the Marysville City Council made efforts to redevelop Downtown, including restoring the Ebey Waterfront and adding additional parking.
  • Be close to the water. Access the Snohomish River Delta through Ebey Waterfront Park, which has a boat launch, as well as walking trails, picnic areas and a fish plaza.
  • Shop from local retailers. The Third Street area of Downtown offers a variety of locally-owned shops, including Craft Mart, Hilton Pharmacy and Finders Keepers Furnishings.
  • The casino is near. The Tulalip Resort Casino is only a few miles away in the town of Tulalip. If gambling isn't your thing, you can have an award winning meal at Tulalip Bay restaurant, or see a show on one of the many stages.
  • Appreciation rates are above average. Over the last 10 years, the annual appreciation rate for Marysville housing was approximately 2%. This trend is anticipated to continue, making it an excellent time to find rent to own homes in the neighborhoods of Sisco Heights or Lakewood.
  • The number of house sales decreased. Over the last year, the number of houses sold decreased by 41%, indicating that fewer people are selling their Marysville's properties. Find your ideal community now, and feel confident that you will stay for a while.
  • Cost per square foot is on the rise. Cost per square foot has increased approximately 23% over the last year. The popular neighborhoods of Lake Goodwin or North Marysville are great locations to find rent to own houses.
  • Live on the water. Rent to own your next house in the calming waterside communities of Weallup Lake or Priest Point. If you're looking for a house now, the vacancy rate is currently at 9%.
  • Rent for less. Marysville average rental rates are below the national average. Discover fabulous homes for rent in Smokey Point or City Center. Expect to pay about $634 for a one bedroom apartment per month.