A once in a lifetime opportunity to own a truly special contemporary equestrian estate. Perfectly perched atop 6 private rolling acres offering a 4 stall barn w/ tack roo...
Carnation 20 Acres. Zoned RA-5, subdivide-able. Be part of a very private development where each person owns 20+ acres. This parcel is loaded with 9-year-old silver maple...
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In the heart of the Snoqualmie Valley, Carnation peacefully resides slowly resisting the influx of changes coming from the western communities. Carnation is a friendly family-oriented community with vibrant small town benefits, with homes and neighborhoods surrounded with natural beauty and recreational opportunities. With less than 2,000 residents but still within easy reach of Seattle, one must wonder how long Carnation can hold on its rural charm. Carnation is the most productive agricultural regions in King County, located where the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers meet. There is an abundance of recreation with biking, hiking, camping, and fishing. Even local farms offer family activities and agricultural experiences unique to the area. The community supported agriculture program allows members of the public to receive fresh seasonal produce from the farms each week. Some have U-pick. The surrounding lands are full of open spaces, much of which is public, open to hiking. In the downtown area you can find unique shops and restaurants, as well as several community buildings.
Carnation Welcome Sign
Historic Downtown Carnation