Lynden

Real Estate in Lynden, Washington

Lynden

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Lynden offers a glimpse of Holland in a small, safe community to live, work and raise a family. And if you’re relocating your business, Lynden offers a great location and business environment.

Lynden’s real estate market is lively. Properties and homes for sale include classic single-family homes, contemporary northwest designs, and waterfront locations on the Nooksack River. Lynden’s past as a Dutch farming community can be seen in its beautiful surrounding farmlands.

Located between Mount Baker and Bellingham Bay, Lynden’s Dutch heritage adds a unique touch to this Western Washington jewel. A 72-foot-high windmill with moving blades is a well-known downtown feature, which serves as a backdrop for downtown Lynden photos, and is also the anchor for antique shops, restaurants, a bakery, an indoor canal and the Jansen Art Center.

Each summer, the Northwest Raspberry festival features a food, activities, entertainment and of course, raspberries.

Things to Do

If you take time to “smell the roses,” you’ll enjoy the floral fragrance and beauty of downtown Lynden. Hanging baskets, flower pots, and adorn the community’s sidewalks from spring through fall.

Lynden provides plenty of choices for those who prefer a relaxed pace of life, as well as those who are a bit more adventurous. Many ideas are listed in maps and brochures available at the Chamber of Commerce office – located downtown at the corner of Sixth and Front streets – from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. For more information, call (360) 354-5995.

A Few Options
  • Visit the Lynden Pioneer Museum – at 217 Front St. The museum offers a vintage collection of antique vehicles, farm equipment, and horse-drawn carriages, plus displays featuring the military, agriculture, and Front Street as it appeared many years ago.
  • While you’re at the museum, borrow a bicycle from the Lynden Pedal Program and take a ride. You also can obtain at the museum a bicycle map with routes through Lynden and north Whatcom County.
  • Lynden Park

  • Walk, bicycle or roller blade along the Jim Kaemingk Sr. Trail as it follows tree-lined Fishtrap Creek from Bender Fields into Lynden City Park.
  • If you don’t find enough trees there, experience old-growth cedars by walking or bicycling through Berthusen Park, located just several miles west of Lynden.
  • Children getting antsy? Try some miniature golf at Dutch Village Mall or roller skating/blading at Lynden Skateway.
  • Stroll through a variety of stores offering antiques and treasures.
  • Go swimming, run on a treadmill or lift weights at the Lynden YMCA.
  • Learn more about the area’s agricultural riches while sampling berries, cheese, wine, or hazelnuts at a local farm. Call the Chamber, (360) 354-5995, for details.
  • Take a ride on the Whatcom Transportation Authority’s circulating bus. It gives a tour of Lynden in just 30 minutes!
  • Shoot a round of golf at one of Whatcom County’s numerous courses, including Homestead Golf & Country Club in Lynden and Raspberry Ridge Golf Course, just four miles south of the city.
  • Lynden Too

  • Enjoy three beautiful works of art: Phoebe Judson’s painting inside the Lynden Post Office; the bright and whimsical 142-foot-long Dutch mural on the building next to the post office; and the historical mural on the wall of Grandiflora of white settlers who came up the Nooksack River to Lynden.
  • Lynden and the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds host many family oriented events… please have a look at our event calendar.

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