Mukilteo, WA


A few miles north of Seattle on the shores of Puget Sound, Mukilteo is regularly recognized as one of the best places to live in Washington, and even in the United States. It’s a small, attractive city with excellent local schools and stunning views of the water from almost anywhere in town. Boeing is a major employer for the community, with the aircraft company’s factory just outside the city limits in neighboring Everett. With ferry service to Whidbey Island and a fairly painless drive to Seattle and the Cascade Mountains, residents of Mukilteo have the best of western Washington at their fingertips.

1 Neighborhoods in Mukilteo, WA

  • Harbour Pointe

    Nestled in the southwest corner of Mukilteo, Washington, and overlooking the waters of Puget Sound with the Olympic peninsula in the distance, lies the neighborhood of Harbour Pointe. Mostly residential, it is a mix of single home dwellings plus assorted apartment buildings, all in a quiet locale, yet not far from shopping or downtown Mukilteo with it’s iconic lighthouse, fine dining, and access, by ferry, to Whidbey Island to the north. In 2009, the community was ranked by Money Magazine at number 10 in the top 100 small towns in America in which to live and improved that ranking to number 9 in 2011.