Ferndale Real Estate
Ferndale is located on the Nooksack River, about six miles north of Bellingham and 13 miles south of the Canadian Border, in the northwest corner of Washington State. Ferndale’s small-city vibe can be felt in its neighborhoods, comprised of approximately 11,400 people (2010 U.S. Census).
Homes for sale in Ferndale range from ranch styles to Victorian. Many properties in Ferndale include acreage with trees gracing gently rolling hills. Small farms and ranches reflect the area’s farming history. Ferndale’s new developments include Pacific Highlands and Labounty Estates, with newer homes offered at attractive prices.
Ferndale offers numerous outdoor recreation opportunities, with 49 acres of developed parks, a Farmers Market and open spaces. Nearby are Mount Baker, Lake Whatcom, Lake Padden and the Nooksack River. Vancouver, British Columbia is just north of the U.S. border.
Ferndale was officially incorporated on March 19, 1907. Once called Jam because of its location next to a logjam on the river, the City was renamed Ferndale by the schoolteacher who admired ferns that once grew around the original schoolhouse.
Cherry Street, Ferndale WA
|Hovander Homestead Park
5299 Nielsen Avenue, Ferndale WA
|Tennant Lake Interpretive Center & Fragrance Garden
5236 Nielsen Avenue, Ferndale WA
|Grandview Golf Course
7738 Portal Way, Custer WA
|Olsen Riverside Golfcourse
5799 Riverside Drive, Ferndale WA
|Mt. Baker Lanes
1788 La Bounty Drive, Ferndale WA
*Info courtesy of Ferndale.net and northwestliving.net