June 1, 2023 — There are 108 homes for sale in Kirkland, WA today. This includes 71 houses and 37 condos. 19 of these are new homes.
There are 1.24 months of residential housing supply. This indicates a severe seller's market with upward pressure on pricing.
Kirkland is a popular city just a short drive from downtown Seattle. Located on the eastern border of Lake Washington, the city boasts stunning waterfront views. Downtown Kirkland is also a popular destination, with many bars, restaurants and shops.
|71 Houses||37 Condos||11 Parcels|
|For Sale Stats|
|Median values from the 71 single family homes for sale in Kirkland WA.|
|Median values for the 334 single family Kirkland homes closed in the last 6 months.|
18% of the residential market
Months of Supply
This indicates a severe seller's market with upward pressure on pricing.
A popular city on the eastside of Seattle with a steadily growing population, there are many homes for sale in Kirkland, WA. Homebuyers are drawn to the city for its lively, downtown area packed with restaurants and shops and for its stunning Lake Washington views.
Families move to Kirkland for its highly rated public schools and its many, family-friendly public parks.
Professionals often choose to live in Kirkland to work at the branch offices of tech companies, IBM, Google and Microsoft.
Empty nesters and singles are attracted to Kirkland for its restaurant and bar scene and the many cultural events hosted in the area each year (the city's Oktoberfest celebration is considered one of the best in the state).
Kirkland is a city on the eastside of Lake Washington. It is bordered by Redmond to the east, Bellevue to the south and Kenmore, Bothell and Woodinville to the north. Many enjoy spending time in downtown Kirkland for its lakeside location. Popular neighborhoods in Kirkland include: Juanita, Totem Lake, and Rose Hill.
A handful of Kirkland homes, developed by the Kirkland Land and Improvement Company, date back to 1889. However, the majority of homes in the city were built between the 1960s and early 2000s. Kirkland homes tend to be larger than their Seattle counterparts with, on average, 3 to 5 bedrooms. Check out the listings of homes for sale in Kirkland, WA above.
Single Family Homes in Kirkland, WA
Please see our Kirkland listings page for updates on a daily basis.
Following Seattle and Bellevue, Kirkland is the city with the most available condos in all of western Washington. Many Kirkland condos are located in downtown Kirkland, where prices tend to be higher. However, less expensive condo options do exist in the northern region of the city.
Please see Kirkland condos for more information on condos and complexes in Kirkland.
There are a substantial number of new homes built in the city of Kirkland each year. There are also many undeveloped parcels of land—especially in the Totem Lake and Juanita neighborhoods—which developers will likely build on in the coming years.
New Construction Single Family Homes
New Construction Condos
Please see our Kirkland new homes page for updates on a daily basis.
The city of Kirkland is served by the Lake Washington School District.
Public elementary schools in Kirkland include:
Depending on location, kids will go on to attend:
Public high schools in Kirkland include:
There are also plenty of private school options in the area, including:
There are recreational activities in Kirkland for every kind of resident. The Cross Kirkland Corridor is a nearly 6-mile, linear "rail trail" which visitors can walk or bike along. Kirkland also has 53 parks within its city limits, including Juanita Bay Park, Saint Edward State Park and Big Finn Hill Park.
For those looking to flex their creative muscles, the Kirkland Arts Center in downtown Kirkland, offers more than 65 hands-on workshops each quarter.
There are many convenient restaurants in Kirkland, including:
Kirkland residents enjoy convenient access to many popular shopping centers and stores including:
There are many transportation options for Kirkland residents looking to commute or visit nearby cities and neighborhoods. Bus route 255 will take residents from the Totem Lake Transit Center in Kirkland to the University of Washington. There is also convenient access to the floating bridge, 520, east to west. I-405 also runs through Kirkland, north to south, providing quick access to downtown Bellevue.
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It's time to talk to a real estate agent about the properties you're most interested in. We recommend you contact Rob Condiotty, the Landcast team member covering Kirkland, WA.
All MLS listed homes for sale in Kirkland, WA are on WicklundRE.com.
We sometimes know of off-market homes or new homes being built by home builders that aren't currently listed, to help find these unlisted homes for sale in Kirkland, we recommend you contact Rob Condiotty.
Information about the listed homes for sale in Kirkland generally comes from the MLS. Information about neighborhoods in Kirkland, condos in Kirkland, and new homes in Kirkland, comes from the MLS, our research staff, public data, area home builders and from contributions from our users.