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Sudden Valley is a planned community located about 10 minutes outside the Bellingham city limits. Originally developed in the 1970's, today Sudden Valley is beaming with life.

 

The Valley is home to many local businesses and community amenities. From a world-class 18-hole golf course, to restaurants and an Olympic sized swimming pool, you will find it all here in Sudden Valley. The recreational opportunities never seem to end with the area being home to an adult center, an activity barn and a lovely marina located on the shores of Lake Whatcom.

Anytime you are in the Whatcom County area be sure to take the drive out to Sudden Valley - you are sure to enjoy it.

September 1st, 2015

Sudden Valley Estate Home For Sale!

Sudden Valley Estate Home For Sale!

Welcome to 4 Barn View Ct, in Bellingham's Sudden Valley. Listed for $739,00 this 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom  estate home shares the amenities of Sudden Valley from a large private lot overlooking Lake Whatcom and the golf course. Extensive gardens and an orchard contribute to the privacy, and recent updating enhances the …

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April 22nd, 2015

Pearl Django Jazz Concert in Sudden Valley

Pearl Django Jazz Concert in Sudden Valley

This Saturday, April 25th Sudden Valley's dance barn will be alive with the sounds of gypsy jazz performed by Pearl Django   This will be their third appearance in Sudden Valley, and they are always a hit! Date/Time: April 25, 2015 @ 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm Location: Sudden Valley Dance Barn 8 Barn View Drive Bellingham, …

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July 3rd, 2013

Slow But Trending Upward… Bellingham Real Estate Market Update

The Whatcom County real estate market continues to improve. There is a bit of stuttering from one month to another and from one area to another, but the overall trend is up in both number of sales and pricing. Let’s look at some details. For the most part, the number of units sold is higher than any time since 2007, …

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December 7th, 2012

Bellingham and Whatcom County Real Estate Market Update

The teasing indications of an improvement in the local housing market throughout 2012 have really kicked in over the past 2 months, and the cumulative results of that can best be seen by comparing sales in November 2012 to sales in November 2011. Let’s start by looking just at Bellingham via the table below. November …

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October 4th, 2011

Bellingham and Whatcom County Real Estate Update

A Mixed Bag If you drop a dozen ping-pong balls on a somewhat rough surface, what happens?  In my experience, they go every which way, none of which are predictable.  It is somewhat like the real estate market right now…some areas are up, some are down, some are up one month and down the next.  Trying to make some …

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September 5th, 2011

Bellingham Real Estate Market Update

After a rather scary July in the Whatcom County housing market, August brought a number of pleasant surprises: More homes sold in Bellingham & Whatcom County as a whole than in any other month this year.  This is the first time in 6 years that has happened in Bellingham and only the second for the entire County.  …

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April 6th, 2011

Bellingham and Whatcom County Real Estate Statistic Breakdown

Tired of sorting through all the articles on the Bellingham and Whatcom County Real Estate Market?  Are you looking for the numbers that tell the story? Below you will find the Bellingham and Whatcom County Real Estate breakdown by numbers in terms of sales prices, number of homes sold and days on the market. Whatcom …

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April 5th, 2011

When Will the Real Estate Market Be Normal Again?

First, let’s set the context.  During the 1990’s about 2600 homes sold in Whatcom County every year.  At the beginning of that decade the average price was $109,351 and the median was $86,350.  By 2000, average prices were up to $167,038 and the median was $144,500.  In 2000, 2911 homes were sold, rising to 4454 …

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March 4th, 2011

Bellingham Real Estate Update. So is the Market Up or Down?

Both.  Bellingham residential, single family sales numbers were up by 18.4% for the first 2 months of the years and Lynden matched its 2010 sales.  Whatcom County residential sales as a whole for the two month period dropped 38 units…down 17.3% from 2010 numbers.  Median sale prices were up 8.5% in Bellingham, although …

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January 6th, 2011

What Did 2010 Mean For Real Estate in Whatcom County?

Curious what 2010 meant for real estate in Bellingham and throughout the smaller communities of Whatcom County?  Take a look and the following real estate numbers below to learn what happened with sales prices, number of homes sold, and average days on the market.  If you are curious about the current real estate inventory …

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