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On the North end of the Methow Valley, where the North Cascades and the rivers collide, sits Mazama, a quaint and quiet town with a population of just 190 people, according to Best Places.

Mazama, Washington is a gorgeous community, made up of a mixture of modern homes and old-fashioned ranches, weaved together by outdoor trails and dirt driveways. Life here is pleasant and easy and the locals are friendly and welcoming. If you decide to purchase real estate in Mazama, you’ll have to decide which neighborhood you prefer. Residents in the area have chosen to settle either on Lost River Road, a neighborhood made up of the homes and rentals that line the roadway, or in Edelweiss, a friendly community situated South of the Mazama General Store, which is also home to a neighborhood of locals.

These three areas make up Mazama, a family-centric district, with outdoor opportunities and massive vistas around every corner. Mazama is adorned with magnificent cross-country ski trails, which attract a large portion of the residents on Lost River Road. These trails are apart of an extensive trail system that swims through the Methow Valley, and into the North Cascades. Surrounded by the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Mazama has access to a plethora of recreation and is surrounded by the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.  During the summer hikers, climbers, bikers, and outdoor enthusiasts swarm the Methow Valley, with a special place in their heart for Mazama. During this time of year, you can see a significant increase in the local economy as the tourist activity skyrockets.

Local families with children usually commute to the award-winning Methow Valley School District, or choose to educate their children at home through the R.E.A.C.H program. If you have children and decide to attend one of the schools in Twisp or Winthrop, the commute time is about 20-30 minutes, and there is a bus system that operates throughout town.  

Now is an excellent time to purchase property in Mazama, according to Sperling’s Best Places the median home value in Mazama is $260,000, and a majority of the population are homeowners. If you have a small business and are interested in relocating to an area where you think you might thrive, Mazama might be the perfect fit for you. Contact our team of brokers, and ask us about our history and successes as a business in the area.

If you’re interested in learning more about homes for sale in Mazama, WA browse our listings, or give us a call at 509-341-9394 for more information. If you would like to learn more about Pipestone Canyon Real Estate, we feature tips for buyers, as well as more information on communities nearby. Take a look at our facebook page, or contact us today.