Lake Sammamish Waterfront Real Estate

Lake Sammamish is a beautiful freshwater lake, roughly 8 miles east of Seattle. Spanning 7 miles in length, Lake Sammamish stretches from Redmond in the North to Issaquah in the South. If you love wakeboarding, water skiing, and lakeside parks, you will definitely want to put Lake Sammamish on your lists of lakes to frequent!

The North end of Lake Sammamish is home to Marymoor Park, a former farm less than two miles from the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, WA. Marymoor, locally named "Doggy Disneyland" is well known for its 40 acres of off-leash Dog Park. Dog owners can run their loyal pups in the wide open green spaces or send them for a swim chasing in hot pursuit after a recently launched tennis ball. If you're searching for the best off-leash dog parks near Seattle (on the water!), Marymoor Park will quickly become one of your favorites.

In addition to all of the great lakefront amenities, Lake Sammamish waterfront real estate features a wide variety of lakefront options for your dream home. Similar to Kirkland, due to its proximity to Microsoft Lake Sammamish waterfront homes are some of the most highly sought after properties in the greater Puget Sound.

As always, while you browse the Lake Sammamish waterfront real estate below, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Chris, I am more than happy to help you find the perfect waterfront home!

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Originating from Marymoor Park is an 11 mile historic railroad route, now named the East Lake Sammamish Trail. Whether you enjoy cross-country Mountain biking, jogging, or simply walking along a beautiful lake, the East Lake Sammamish Trail gives you a lakeside view of the waterfront communities of Redmond and Sammamish. Though the ELST terminates in Issaquah, it also intersects with the Issaquah-Preston Trail providing an easy connection with the Mountains to Sound Greenway Corridor. So, if you're looking for a couple hours by the water, or a day-long bicycle ride, consider the East Lake Sammamish trail for beautiful views of the lake and the Cascade foothills.

Listing information last updated on August 20th, 2017 at 3:52pm PDT.