Welcome to Our Community
Mukilteo is a hidden gem just about twenty-five miles north of Seattle. Legend has it that the name of the town itself comes from a Native American word meaning good camping ground.
Those of us fortunate enough to call Mukilteo home couldn’t agree more, although our residences are considerably more sophisticated than tents these days.
We have gorgeous views of Puget Sound from just about everywhere in town, as well as views of the Cascade and Olympic mountains. Fairies regularly take residents and visitors across the sound to Whidbey Island and beyond to the breathtaking San Juan Islands.
Those of us who like to get outdoors, (and really, that’s most of us) love the 20 miles of trails in Japanese Gulch. An eight hundred acre park that’s also home to a large dog park and mountain biking.
Every summer, Lighthouse Park hosts a three-day celebration called the Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival. The festival attracts thousands for the food, art, entertainment, and at nighttime, fireworks.
Because of the beautiful location and the views that surround us, and the small town charm that remains here, Mukilteo has been called one of the best places to live in America several times.
If you would like to learn more about Mukilteo, let us know. We’d love to show you around and help you find your perfect home.