The Sehome Neighborhood is located on the north side of Sehome Hill just below the Arboretum. Many of the homes on Sehome hill have views of the City of Bellingham to the west and Mt Baker to the east. Sehome being one of the older neighborhoods in Bellingham, is very established with most of the homes being constructed in the 1920's or earlier. Some of the homes in the Sehome Neighborhood are architecturally impressive and hold historical value.
While there are many single family residences in the Sehome Neighborhood, there are nearly 200 multifamily buildings within the neighborhood. These multifamily buildings are popular rentals for Western Washington University students due to the proximity to the University's campus.
The eastern side of the Sehome Neighborhood along both sides of Samish Way is zoned for commercial use. There are a handful of motels in this area along Samish Way. This is also an area with some commercial redevelopment to the south of Samish Way.
Parks located within the Sehome Neighborhood
The largest park in the Sehome Neighborhood is the Sehome Hill Arboretum and Park, which is owned by the City of Bellingham and WWU. Other notable parks within the Sehome Neighborhood include Laurel Park, Forest Park and Cedar Park.
Powered by Pacific Continental Realty
- 110 N Samish Bellingham, WA 98225
- Year Built:1973
- 3700 Consolidation Ave Bellingham, WA 98225
- 100 N Samish Wy Bellingham, WA 98225
- Year Built:2003
- 922 Newell St Bellingham, WA 98225
Single Family Home
- SQFT: 1,276
- Year Built:1911
- 1011 Key St Bellingham, WA 98225
- Year Built:1900
- 1300 Ellis St Bellingham, WA 98225
- Status:Pending Feasibility
- Year Built:1924
Listings provided courtesy of Northwest Multiple Listing Service (NWMLS). All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. 3 tree icon refers to an NWMLS listing.
"3 tree" icon designates the listing as a NWMLS listing.