IssaquahIssaquah-Issaquah is one of the “newer” suburbs of Seattle, with many houses in the area being built only as early as the 1980s. It’s more on the quiet side than some of the other suburbs, but a close drive to downtown Seattle or Bellevue, which make it an ideal area for people who do not mind a commute! A high proportion of the residents are home owners and typically of high-income earning background. Wealthy married couples with children, suburban seniors, and young suburban families are dominant here and they don’t mind being away form the action of the city-especially when their backyards typically boast incredible views. 

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Issaquah has no shortage of outdoor activities, filled with peaks to summit, rock climbing, walking trails, and the Issaquah Alps. Cougar Mountain Zoo is a great place for people of all ages to visit and Art Walks are a great downtown Issaquah activity from May through September. Issaquah has some of the best restaurants in the region-including Jak’s Grill, Montalcino, and Coho Café to just name a few. Every October, Issaquah hosts Salmon Days, a festival designed with rides, music, food, and fun to bring families together to celebrate the fish that has been vital to the development of the Pacific Northwest.



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