The King Mountain neighborhood lives up to its majestic neighborhood, providing its residents with magnificent views and a unique position in the city. Situated between the Meridian and Irongate neighborhoods, King Mountain has been predicted to grow at an unprecedented rate within the next ten years. The area is made up of residential zones and commercial areas that serve the wider community. Businesses include agricultural nurseries, storage units, tree farms, and professional office buildings. King Mountain is intersected by four main roads of Bellingham: E Bakerview, Telegraph, James St, and Kellogg. These roads connect most of the city together, making the neighborhood a fast track to just about anywhere in Bellingham. The residential areas around each of these roads are different, with every area sporting its own unique characteristics.
King Mountain contains homes with a variety of styles, sizes, and prices. There are single family homes scattered on large lots that provide privacy and space, or mobile home lots that are more affordable and closer to parks. King Mountain is home to many creeks and wildlife parks, including Baker, Silver, and Squalicum creek. Walking trails wind up and down the mountain, with panoramic views and tall, established trees. The neighborhood provides a level of privacy for its residents while maintaining a solid connection to the shopping and convenience of the city. For families with children, the wooded nature of King Mountain is a wonderful place to play and explore, and the nearby schools are all strongly supported by the community. The usual school track follows Parkview Elementary to Shuksan Middle to Squalicum High, with options for private school.
Houses for sale in the King Mountain neighborhood
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