Centrally located along the waterfront of Bellingham Bay you will find the Lettered Streets Neighborhood. Most of the lots found here are smaller with large sidewalks and tree lined streets. The homes vary in style and size and were originally constructed for middle class working families. Both commercial and residential properties are found here.
Maritime Heritage Park is an educational facility where the public can learn about the life cycle of Coho and Chum Salmon. Located on Whatcom Creek, during the months of October and November people can watch as the salmon return to the hatchery.
The median household income for the Lettered Streets Neighborhood is $39,961
The Lettered Streets Neighborhood has an estimated 5,567 residents
Students living in the Lettered Streets Neighborhood fall into the following tract; Parkview Elementary, Whatcom Middle School and Bellingham High School.
Classic 1906 craftsman 4 bed, 1.75 ba home sits on a level 5000 square foot lot, which includes a single detached garage. The home, which maintains most of its original c...
Listing courtesy of Windermere Real Estate Whatcom.
One of Bellingham's finest Cessna cottages with an extensive historical pedigree from the A. B. Clark family. With recent renovations, this home features restored woodwor...
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Bain.
Modernized Colonial Home in Lettered Street Neighborhood. Remodeled kitchen includes: Stainless appliances, granite counter tops, new cabinets and flooring. Formal dining...
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Whatcom County, Inc..
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