Sunnyland

Sunnyland

As one of the more established neighborhoods in Bellingham, Sunnyland is home to a diverse group of people, buildings, and businesses who all have roots deep in the city. The majority of the neighborhood is residential, with the southern third of the area being devoted to industrial use. One of the big advantages of Sunnyland is its proximity to the shopping of the Lettered Streets and City Center neighborhoods, while maintaining a strong community. Many houses in the neighborhood have been in the same family for generations, creating a very stable atmosphere in Sunnyland. The neighborhood association is quite active and involved in improving the community while looking after the preservation of key amenities and outdoor spaces. Memorial park is a popular spot for residents to take a walk under large, leafy trees, and enjoy the well maintained lawn and landscaping. Sunnyland park can often be seen with neighborhood children crawling all over the playground while parents can socialize and arrange playdates. Without question, Sunnyland is an excellent neighborhood for young families to grow and thrive in a supportive environment. The public school track follows Sunnyland Elementary to Whatcom Middle to Bellingham High, all strong schools invested in by the community. For those who choose the private school option, Assumption School and Church is right next door to Bellingham High and has proven to be an invaluable part of the neighborhood.

Although the housing styles are varied and diverse, a good portion of them are Craftsmans built in the mid century. Local architectural style influenced individual quirks and flair of each house, and proper maintenance over the years produced a variety of beautiful and structurally sound homes. Depending on budget and preference, houses can be found spread out or close together, with variations of yard sizes and privacy. While errands and shopping are usually accomplished with a car, Sunnyland is exceptionally walkable and bikeable, with many residents either walking or biking to get to work.

The median price for a house in Sunnyland is 466k, which varies depending on location. The market has been stable over the past five years, with a slight rise in the last year, indicating Sunnylands desirability as a place to live. Houses rarely stay on the market for more than a week, so don’t hesitate to contact a BNP agent today!

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