Situated in Yakima County, Washington, the suburban community of Sunnyside is home to more than 15,500 people and offers quiet living within great access to popular amenities such as shopping, dining, and entertainment.

What is the Community of Sunnyside Like?

The community of Sunnyside is a beautiful area filled with parks, green spaces, and beautiful homes. Home to a number of well-known events and attractions, including the Sunnyside Historical Museum, the Lighted Farm Implement Parade, and the Darigold Cheese Factory, Sunnyside has become a popular location for families looking for a quieter lifestyle that still offers a variety of things to do. In terms of demographics, the average household income is approximate $32,495. The residents are a blend of both blue and white collar workers.

What is the Real Estate Like in Sunnyside?

Housing styles in Sunnyside vary, with split level and single level family homes being two of the most dominant. The community is considered to be a fairly affordable place to live. Housing prices in Sunnyside start out around $88,000 and go up from there with the majority of houses listed at below $200,000. The average price of a home last year sitting at approximately $130,000.

What are the Schools Like in Sunnyside?

Sunnyside and it’s neighboring community Outlook, located to the northwest, are home to a multitude of schools from both the public and private sectors, some of the more notable include, Sunnyside High School, Harrison Middle School, Calvary Lutheran Pre-School and Kindergarten, Washington Elementary School, as well as Sera Vista Middle School, and Sunnyside Christian High School.

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