Mukilteo WA
Mukilteo, Washington, is a city with a population of about 21,000 in Snohomish County. The community is set along the shores of Puget Sound. A Washington State Ferries terminal is located in Mukilteo, and ferries that leave the terminal make their way to Clinton, on Whidbey Island. In both 2010 and 2011, Mukilteo was ranked in the top 10 among the top 100 small towns in the U.S., according to Money magazine. It is one of the most affluent of Seattle's suburbs.


In 1855, Gov. Isaac Stevens and 22 chiefs of area tribes signed the Point Elliot Treaty. The historic signing occurred before an estimated 2,500 Native Americans, and the U.S. was granted land in exchange for health care, fishing rights, hunting rights and education. Those of European descent began to settle the Mukilteo area in 1858. The early community thrived due to fishing, trading and lumber. By 1900 about 350 people populated the town. The well-known Mukilteo lighthouse was completed in 1906. Mukilteo was incorporated in 1947.

Parks and Recreation

Mukilteo Lighthouse Park was known as Washington State Park until 2003 when it was ceded to the city of Mukilteo. Since then, the city has been making improvements to the 14.4-acre park. The facility offers public beach access and picnic facilities. Arrangements can be made to tour the Mukilteo Light Station.

Attractions and Activities

The Future of Flight Aviation Center is built around the original Boeing assembly facility. The tour that Boeing offers here lasts about 1.5 hours, and it is a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence award winner. Children and adults alike will enjoy a fascinating presentation of aviation history. This is a "must see" experience for those with real estate in Mukilteo.


The Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival is promoted as the city's biggest party of the year. The early September event offers owners of Mukilteo WA homes and others an opportunity to peruse arts and crafts booths, enjoy a dramatic flyover and witness the battle of the bands. There are activities as diverse as a hot dog eating contest and a fishing derby. Have the kids check out the instrument petting zoo. At dusk, enjoy fireworks reflecting in the waters of Puget Sound. The prospective Mukilteo home buyer will find many interesting Mukilteo homes for sale. Many newer Mukilteo WA homes feature important amenities like energy-efficient design, ample storage and custom landscaping. The homes for sale in Mukilteo include luxurious Mukilteo properties with water views. Some Mukilteo real estate will include in-ground pools, multi-car garages and gourmet kitchens. Rely on a professional Mukilteo real estate agent to review the dozens of properties available. Such a Mukilteo realtor can identify some of the best value-priced Mukilteo WA real estate available.

Cathy Hartmann-Gladwell
Cathy Hartmann-Gladwell
Managing Broker