Known for its excellent schools and treasured for being in a central location that’s close to attractions and amenities in the area, Bothell is a city of true convenience. Located just north of Kirkland and right next to wine country in Woodinville, Interstate 405 runs right through Bothell making it easy to get around the region.

Home to a long list of fabulous restaurants and some top-notch shopping, Bothell’s offerings ensure you don’t have to go far to find what you need. The same can be said for entertainment, fun weekend activities, and getaways—from parks and community activities to weekends in wine country or at McMenamins, Bothell is a hub of fun and play for people of all ages!

Bothell’s many premium amenities make it a desirable place to live, and it’s no surprise that the city is experiencing a great deal of new construction. From entry-level townhomes and ramblers to older homes with lots of land and luxury homes over $1 million, Bothell has a wide range of real estate to choose from.

Bothell Stats and Highlights

Population

44,546

18 Parks

Restaurants

156

3 Museums

7 Bars and Nightlife

15 Schools

19 Things to Do

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Median Sales Price

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$675,482

More About Bothell

Schools

Bothell is known for its excellent schools. Northshore School District is one of the most desired in the Puget Sound area.

Schools in the Northshore School District include:

  • Fernwood Elementary
  • Crystal Springs Elementary
  • Canyon Creek Elementary
  • Shelton View Elementary
  • Westhill Elementary
  • Lockwood Elementary
  • Frank Love Elementary
  • Maywood Hills Elementary
  • Woodmoor Elementary
  • Woodin Elementary
  • Northshore Junior High School
  • Canyon Park Junior High School
  • Skyview Junior High School
  • Bothell High School
  • Secondary Academy for Success.

 

 

Neighborhoods

Bothell neighborhoods consist of new construction, older established neighborhoods with charm and up and coming areas. 

 

Neighborhoods in Bothell include:

 

  • Canyon Creek
  • Canyon Park
  • Downtown
  • Fitzgerald
  • Lake Pleasant
  • Mays Pond
  • Maywood
  • North Creek
  • Norway Hill
  • Queensborough
  • Queensgate
  • Shelton View
  • Thrasher’s Corner
  • Westhill

Civic events

Major annual events throughout the year in Bothell include:

 

  • The City of Bothell Freedom Festival, a two-day festival celebrating American Independence, including an annual Fourth of July parade and a reenactment of the Battle of Concord on the Bothell Landing Bridge
  • The Music in the Park concert series, every Friday in July and August at Bothell Landing Amphitheater.
  • Greater Bothell Arts & Crafts Fair
  • City of Bothell Riverfest
  • The Summits of Bothell bike ride
  • La Fiesta Viva!, a celebration of Latino cultural heritage, at Country Village.
  • Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Carving, at Country Village.
  • Tree Lighting and Santa Arrival, at Bothell Landing.The Bothell Farmers Market at Country Village.

Notable people

Origins

In 1885, Brackett sold 80 acres to David Bothell, a settler from Pennsylvania. The town's first postmaster, who bought his property from Bothell, named the town in his honor in 1888. Later that same year, a local railroad was built through the town to transport coal from Issaquah. Bothell was officially incorporated on April 14, 1909.

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