Pine Lake


7Listings$850K-$5.1M$16.1MTotal Value
Pine Lake, Washington

Pine Lake real estate is a limited supply market for lake homes and land in Washington.

There are typically around 10 lake homes for sale on Pine Lake, and 10 lots and land listings available. Pine Lake homes for sale have an average list price of $1,759,000.

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    About Pine Lake
    A Calm Lake Community

    Pine Lake Washington is an 85.7-acre lake located 25 miles east of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The Swedish Pine Primary Care facility is less than a mile from Pine Lake, and the Swedish Issaquah Campus Hospital is 4.5 miles south. The Pine Lake Area features full K-12 public education as well as private education options.

    Fishing and Outdoors

    Anglers at Pine Lake can count on hooking brown bullhead, largemouth bass, pumpkinseed, and yellow perch. Rainbow and brown trout are stocked each spring. Pine Lake features dock fishing and a boat launch for small, motorless boats.

    The bordering Pine Lake Park offers pristine views of the lake, a swimming beach, and an outdoor space that plays host to community events such as Shakespeare in the Park and live music.

    For anglers seeking to cast from the open water, the nearby Lake Sammamish is home to largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, pumpkinseed, yellow perch, cutthroat, chinook salmon, coho salmon, kokanee, sockeye salmon, steelhead, and burbot.

    The 4,900-acre lake borders Lake Sammamish State Park. This 531-acre, day-use park features a boat launch and over 6,850 feet of waterfront on Lake Sammamish.

    Lake Sammamish State Park features over a mile and a half of separate trails for biking, hiking, and walking. The park also offers nine boat launches for those looking to take their boats out to fish, waterski, or simply cruise. There are also extensive opportunities for wildlife viewing, especially birdwatching at its great-blue-heron rookery.

    The 3,000+ acre Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park is located just five miles from Pine Lake. Cougar Mountain features 35 miles of trails winding through second-growth forests, streams, wetlands, cliffs, and caves.

    The park offers sweeping views of Lake Sammamish, the Cascades, Bellevue, and Seattle; as well as glimpses of areas more remote from the nearby urban sprawl. Horseback riding is permitted on several of these trails.

    Nearby Attractions

    The Cougar Mountain Zoo is located just over six miles from Pine Lake. This zoo focuses on the preservation and care of endangered species such as Madagascan lemurs, Bengal tigers, and Siberian reindeer.

    The zoo features 32 exhibits of animal habitats, most of which have been born and raised in the conservatory. As a result, these animals have a self-assured attitude towards humans, allowing visitors to interact with them and more deeply understand their inherent beauty.

    Pine Lake is only 25 miles from Seattle. The city is stocked with plenty of attractions and amenities for lake residents. There is of course the iconic Space Needle, luxury dining experiences, and a world-renowned art museum. Visitors can also check out the Seattle Zoo and city tours.

    Premier Lake Living

    Those seeking an escape to nature, with the opportunity to easily travel to big cities will love calling Pine Lake home.