GET TO KNOW Duvall
Duvall's town motto is: "Small Town. Real Life." And it's true! The town's biggest population boom occurred in the late 80s when it became a bedroom community for Microsofties. Its population continues to rise gradually. It still has an authentic main street and small-town vibe. Even following improved roads and developments in the town center, boosting tourism. As with nearby Woodinville. You'll find establishments in Duvall featuring Washington wines and regional food. Duvall is demographically a little younger. Still defining its character as it grows. It isn't letting go of its dearest traditions. In summer, the town comes alive with local events. Including Duvall Days in June. Of course, the real attraction year-round is the pristine nature that surrounds the town. Nestled in the Snoqualmie Valley. It is an especially lush and scenic part of King County. Perfect for those who want to spread out in peace and quiet.
WHERE TO SHOP
Duvall Farmers' Market: The local farmers' market runs from May through October, featuring the freshest of produce, flowers and artisanal goods.
WHERE TO CHILL
Grateful Bread Bakery & Cafe: The second location of the popular and family-run Wedgwood, Seattle bakery. Organic. Sustainable. Delicious.
WHERE TO BE OUTSIDE
McCormick Park: Full of trails, fields, wetlands and picnic areas on the east bank of the Snoqualmie River, adjacent to Snoqualmie Valley Trail.
WHERE TO EAT
Grange Cafe: Delicious, seasonal ingredients from the region prepared as comfort food for lunch and dinner (and scrumptious weekend brunch).
WHERE TO DRINK
Match Coffee & Wine: A perfect spot for a relaxed afternoon or romantic night out, with an excellent menu and live music.
LIVE IN Duvall
$328 kCondo Avg.
$696 kSingle Family Avg.
$02 Bedroom Rent