Duvall, one of the fastest-growing communities in Washington, sits halfway between Monroe and Carnation on State Route 203 in the shadow of the majestic Cascade Mountains. Over 8,000 residents call this Eastside community home. SR-203 also acts as the town’s Main Street, with amenities up and down the main drag, and along the surrounding streets.
The town’s official border to the west is the Snoqualmie River with parks amid the river and its tributaries. Serenely situated in the Cascade foothills, residents don’t have to travel far to experience the majesty of the Pacific Northwest’s great outdoors. And for many, that is right outside their doors. Many real estate opportunities come in the form of stunning Northwest estates that offer ample square footage amid acres of property, at price points more reasonable than some enclaves only slightly closer to the metro area. For those who seek something closer to town and nearer to groceries restaurants, and shops, Traditional and Craftsman-style homes dot neighborhoods full of welcoming communities.
This vibrant town offers reasons to gather all year round, including Duvall Days, a celebration held the first weekend in June with a parade, live entertainment, and activities for kids. Other events throughout the year include Irwin Community Easter Egg Hunt, McCormick Park (Saturday before Easter), Sandblast Festival of the Arts (third weekend in July), SummerStage (outdoor music, July), Irwin Movies In The Park, McCormick Park (August), Tree Lighting (start of Christmas season), March of the Vegetables, a parade celebrating the vegetables and Art of Duvall. And if the history of local events interests you, just be sure to ask a local about the Piano Drop.