Nestled beautifully along some of the best commuter routes South of Seattle and North of Tacoma, Cambridge is a well-developed community with large homes on generous lots set along winding roads dotted with cul-de-sacs. Most homes were built in the late 1960’s to early 70’s and include quality oak floors and huge sandstone fireplace mantels of the period, many of the area’s homes have updated kitchens and baths as well.
Commute & Neighborhood Amenities
Cambridge lies almost equidistant to I-5 as well as Highway 167, making commuting into the big cities of Seattle or Tacoma a breeze.
A five-minute drive to Fred Meyer, Safeway, and Bartell Drugs. Shopping made easy on the corner of 16th Ave S and S 272nd St. A convenient 15 minutes from the two malls close by, The Outlet Collection and Westfield South Center. If you’re looking for a bite to eat, there are a number of diverse options just a stone toss away.
Schools in this neighborhood include Star Lake Elementary and Totem Middle School.
Our district boundaries encompass approximately 71 square miles. That includes a large area of Kent, a significant portion of unincorporated King County, all of Covington, and portions of Auburn, Black Diamond, Maple Valley, Renton, and SeaTac.”
With almost 141 acres, this beautiful park features a boat launch, loop trail as well as a disc golf course. Walk along the water with family and friends and stop for a picnic to enjoy the view.
This beach is roughly 10 minutes west of the Cambridge area. Stroll along the boardwalk, dine at Salty’s, relax in the sun at the park across the street or do all three! Redondo beach is the perfect place for fun in the sun with friends and family.
For extra fun with the added benefit of education, be sure to check out the MaST Aquarium run by Highline Community College where they’re dedicated to educating people about the wonders of the Puget Sound. The best part is, it’s FREE!
This state park is another natural beauty hidden in the city. Again, only 10 minutes away from our featured community, Saltwater State Park is a great place for day hikes, camping, and exploring marine life living in tide pools.
No matter what your interests, this incredible community can accommodate your needs without pushing you much more than 15 minutes away from your home.