Hunter's GroveNow Selling
Conveniently located just north of Lake Stevens with easy access to both I-5 and Highway 9 making this a great spot for those working and recreating in the greater Seattle area. Hunter's Grove is located in Snohomish County and within the Lake Stevens School District. Lake Stevens Town Center & downtown Everett are close by and provide lots of shopping, dining, and other entertainment options.
Hunter's Grove Community Highlights:
- Homes ranging from 1,881 sq. ft - 2,102 sq. ft.
- 3-4 Bedroom Floor Plans
- Kitchens with stainless steel appliances and solid quartz countertops
- Home is Connected® Smart Home System
- 10-Year Limited Warranty
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Daily 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
- 2.6 miles to Lundeen Park
- 2.9 miles to Lake Steven Town Center
- 3.3 miles to Cedarcrest Golf Course
- 3.6 miles to CrossFit Lake Stevens
- 4.5 miles to Marysville Town Center
- 5.3 miles to Costco
- 5.8 miles to Lake Stevens Community Park
- 9.0 miles to Everett Town Center
School Districts Near Home
Sunnycrest Elementary School
Public | K-5
North Lake Middle School
Public | 6-8
Lake Stevens High School
Public | 9-12
Nearby Communities (4)
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