Sehome Hill real estate makes up a large portion of the Sehome Neighborhood’s residential foundation; rising 650 feet from Bellingham Bay the top of the hill remains undeveloped. Sehome Hill is owned by WWU and the City of Bellingham, who have dedicated the area to preserve plant species.
The Sehome Neighborhood is one of the oldest in Bellingham, once formerly the Town of Sehome it is now a large part of the history of Bellingham. Many of the homes in Sehome are architecturally historic with grand landscaping to match the outstanding views. Population in the Sehome Neighborhood is one of the largest in Bellingham; almost 90% of the area is developed. Homes in this location are highly sought after due to their excellent architecture.
Many of the multi-family residences consist of 3 units or less, mainly centered around Western Washington University. Many of the large homes have been converted to apartment complexes that have a character of their own.
Metropolitan living in the heart of Bellingham! This unit has the feel of a custom home with wood and tile flooring throughout (a little vinyl in bath and utility closet)...
Listing courtesy of John L. Scott Mukilteo.
Five lots of record at the top of Byron Ave. Can be lot line adjusted into three unique lots with improvements to Byron. Buyer to verity with City of Bellingham. Nice vie...
Listing courtesy of Windermere Real Estate Whatcom.
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