Mount Baker Seattle Homes for Sale

A diverse & evolving neighborhood.

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  • what you’ll fall in love with

    “[Mount Baker] is very quiet at night! Also, I've found that neighbors actually like to get to know each other.” - Colleen

  • market

    “The area is growing fast but it still has the feel of the original neighborhood.” - Leo M.

  • What to expect

    Mount Baker residents who responded to our neighborhood survey shared that the neighborhood is “diverse, evolving, convenient, and accessible.”

  • real talk

    “There are so many great little hole-in-the-wall restaurants along Rainier Ave where you can get some awesome food without spending an arm and a leg.” - Leo M.

welcome to Mount Baker Seattle Homes for Sale

Located just south of I-90 and right long the Lake Washington waterfront, Mount Baker is a Seattle neighborhood brimming with convenience, outdoor adventure, and scenic vistas.

“Get to know your neighbors, there's great people out here!” - Jessica M.


Median Home Price

Commute Times

  • 9mto Amazon Spheres

  • 37mto Amazon Spheres

  • 18mto Microsoft Redmond

  • 63mto Microsoft Redmond

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From the Neighbors

I love how close Mt. Baker is to Lake Washington! It's about a ten minute walk to the water. There are nice views of Lake Washington everywhere since we're on a slope. Evening walks are quiet and pleasant.

- Colleen

Happy at Home Client

Mt Baker Beach and Columbia City are easy to get to. Great neighborhoods to walk/run through.

- Jessica M.

Happy at Home Client


“Starbucks at the Safeway next door is super convenient. For dining, Mioposto, Super Six, Asadero Food Truck, Ezells... the list goes on, we're spoiled!” - Jessica M.

“Mioposto, Asadero Food Truck, Thien Phat, Pho Bac, Emerald City Fish & Chips, Buddha Bruddah, Super Six, The Original Philly's.” - Leo M.

“Castellos, Thai Recipe, and Mioposto. Mioposto because it has outdoor seating and a cozy atmosphere.” - Colleen


We asked Mount Baker locals where they commute to work and how long it takes them to get there. Here’s what they said:

“I commute to Pioneer Square and it takes me between 15 and 30 minutes. I take the bus in the morning, then take the light rail home (it’s a 0.8-mile walk from the Light Rail Station to my house and it’s a nice way to decompress.”

“I take public transit to Northgate and it usually takes 30-45 minutes. I take the light rail part of the way there and it’s a 15-minute walk to the Mount Baker Light Rail Station.”

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