Buying and Selling Homes in Columbia
Historic Columbia neighborhood is known for gorgeous craftsman and character homes, stunning view of the Bellingham harbor, and quick convenience to downtown Bellingham. With its charming tree-lined streets, inviting public parks and beautiful architecture, it's no wonder this neighborhood is one of Bellingham's most popular.
Bordered by Squalicum Creek and Squalicum Creek Park to the West and Bellingham Bay to the south, Columbia Neighborhood is perfectly situated to enjoy some of Bellingham's most beautiful sights. No trip to the Columbia neighborhood is complete without a stroll or drive through the Eldridge Historic District. This impressive area lines the edge of a bluff overlooking Bellingham Bay, and features striking historic homes built between 1885-1910. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, and features some of the most beautiful homes in Washington State.
A few minutes in the car or on a bicycle will bring you from the heart of Columbia neighborhood to downtown Bellingham, though you won't need to leave the neighborhood for a fun afternoon or romantic night out. The Bellingham Marina and Yacht Club are located in Columbia, as well as several of Bellingham's best restaurants.
Homes in this neighborhood are typically craftsman and character homes, and are often listed from the mid $300,000s and up. To learn more about selling your home in Columbia, or to discuss whether this neighborhood is right for you, give me a call today!
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