The majority of homes in the York neighborhood were built between 1890 and 1910. This community could be called one of the first middle classes suburban neighborhoods in Bellingham. The York Neighborhood is in close proximity to downtown and is centrally located making it an attractive and desirable area. There is a high population density here due to small homes built on small lots which also makes pricing very reasonable for homebuyers. The western portion of the neighborhood is lined with apartments and businesses.
Fred Meyer Shopping Center and Lakeway Center are within walking distance. Several grocery stores, restaurants and banks can be found here. Mom-and-pop store Nelsons Market is also found in the York district offering a quick alternative for your shopping needs. Franklin Park is located in the southern part of the neighborhood and north of lakeway you can find Rock Hill Park offering a basketball court, playfield and playground.
The York neighborhood has an estimated 2,479 residents
The average annual income for the York neighborhood is $38,229
Students living in the York Neighborhood fall within the Lowell Elementary School, Fairhaven Middle School, and Sehome High School tracts.
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