Sedro Woolley Real Estate

Before you begin looking for a home here, you'll want to know how Sedro Woolley got its name. Settled by the town's first postmaster, the area formerly known as Sedro nearly got named "Bug". Luckily the postmaster's wife interceded and they named the town after the Spanish word for cedar. The neighboring (and rival) town of Woolley joined with Sedro and in December, 1898, Sedro Woolley was incorporated.

Properties in the Sedro Woolley area range from tree-lined acreages with fish-bearing streams to immaculate log homes to idyllic planned communities with a range of amenities. A mixture of beautifully built older homes and new, never-lived-in properties adds to the choice on the market, which ranges from less than $100,000 up to three quarters of a million. In 2000 the average home price in Sedro Woolley was $110,000.

Sedro Woolley Homes

A peaceful community nestled along the winding path of the Skagit River, Sedro Woolley is perfect for those who enjoy the quiet country lifestyle. Whether you're looking for a hobby farm on the edge of town where you can raise a family, a convenient seniors' community, or a custom log home that's in town and close to everything, Sedro Woolley is a peaceful retreat that's not too far from city convenience.

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