Picnic Point, WA Real Estate
Picnic Point, Washington is located in Snohomish County. Nearby cities and towns include Meadowdale, North Lynnwood, Lake Stickney, Mukilteo, Lynnwood, Larch Way, Martha Lake, Alderwood Manor, Edmonds, Mill Creek, Bothell West, Mountlake Terrace, Brier, Esperance, Eastmont, Mill Creek East, Woodway, Clinton, Everett, Bothell East, Silver Firs, Lake Forest Park, Bothell, Clearview, Shoreline, Kenmore, Fobes Hill, Cathcart, Hat Island, Kingston, Snohomish, Maltby, Woodinville, Inglewood-Finn Hill, Bunk Foss, Port Gamble Tribal Comunity, Hansville, Kingsgate, Langley, Indianola, Cavalero, Lake Stevens, Cottage Lake, High Bridge, Kirkland, Freeland, Machias, Monroe North, Chain Lake, Monroe, Three Lakes, Marysville, Redmond, Yarrow Point, Hunts Point, Lake Cassidy, Suquamish, Lofall, Clyde Hill, Medina, Lochsloy, Poulsbo, North Marysville, Port Ludlow, Duvall, Seattle, Union Hill-Novelty Hill, Keyport, Woods Creek, Bainbridge Island, Sisco Heights, Lake Bosworth, Lake Roesiger, Warm Beach, Beaux Arts Village, Bellevue, Granite Falls, Bangor Base, Arlington, Marrowstone, Mercer Island, Lake Marcel-Stillwater, Canyon Creek, North Sultan, Eastgate, Sammamish, Silverdale, Silvana, Ames Lake, Sultan, Tracyton, Enetai, Carnation, Newcastle, Sunday Lake, and Port Hadlock-Irondale. Picnic Point is a suburban community with a population of 9,092. The median household income is $78,234. In Picnic Point, 53% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 38% of the households. Half the population of Picnic Point commutes 28 minutes or less to work, with 61% of residents holding white collar jobs and 39% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Picnic Point, WA is 19 years, with 73% of those homes owned, 22% rented, and 4% not occupied. In the previous year, 120 Picnic Point properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Picnic Point in the previous year was $364,892.