Skip to main content
banner image for Woodinville


Woodinville is the center of Washington’s wine country—it boasts more than 100 wineries overall—which explains its town motto, "Where Washington Pours." Spread alongside the Sammamish River Valley, Eastern Washington’s rainy climate and loamy soil are as well-suited for growing grapes as for the majestic evergreens and vividly colored deciduous trees that cover the region. Woodinville technically only spans about 5.6 square miles, but its boundaries are nebulous, with much of the surrounding unincorporated areas considered to be part of town. Residents gravitate toward life in Woodinville for its almost rural atmosphere—here you’ll find large lots and generously sized houses—combined with its proximity to nearby tech hubs. Woodinville is a relatively easy commute to Redmond or Kirkland and waterfront properties on Cottage Lake and equestrian estates are particularly coveted, as are country club houses that overlook the golf course.

Nearby Neighborhoods:

image of Woodinville

Living in Greater Seattle

The splendid natural geography of the Seattle suburbs, which are surrounded by lakes, mountains, and fog-covered evergreens, defines the scenic string of towns that form Greater Seattle. The cities across Lake Washington are collectively known as the Eastside and mainly located in King County, while the North Country encompasses the towns in Snohomish County. There’s a deep concentration of tech companies in the region and many of these cities serve as economic hubs in their own right, including Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond, outposts of Amazon and Facebook in Bellevue, and a new Google campus in Kirkland. Each town has a distinct personality and there’s a perfect Seattle suburb for almost everyone, whether you prefer an apartment in an urban core, a lakefront estate, or a rural farmhouse. Locals love to embrace the outdoors, with plentiful hiking, biking, swimming, and boating opportunities wherever you go.