The Best Farmers Markets In Seattle

Dated: 09/30/2014

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When searching for an area to purchase a new home, we've found that many buyers are are looking for some of the same things. A good school district is usually high on the list, followed by proximity to work. But then what? It's food, of course! With today's busy lifestyles, people are looking for convenient and easy, but also healthy and fresh when it comes to meals.  Buyers want to be close to amenities like restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, grocery stores, and farmer's markets.

Since many farmer's markets are closing up shop for the season pretty soon, go grab some seasonal produce while the markets are open in your area. Luckily, several of the markets here in Seattle are open year-round, so you can get that farm fresh fare anytime. Team Troy is counting down the area's top farmer's markets with all the details you need to find that taste of the Pacific Northwest in your neighborhood.
Follow the Washington apples to find the area's most popular Farmer's Markets

Pike Place Market: (Open Year Round, Daily, 85 Pike Street, Downtown Seattle 98101)

West Seattle Farmer's Market: (Open Year Round on Sundays from 10-2, California Avenue SW & SW Alaska 98116) 

Capitol Hill Farmer's Market: (Open Year Round on Sunday from 11-3, Broadway Avenue East and East Pine Street)

University District Farmer's Market: (Open Year Round on Saturday from 9-2, University Way NE between 50th and 52nd, 98105)

Ballard Farmer's Market: (Open Year Round on Sunday from 10-3, Ballard Avenue between Vernon Avenue NW and 22nd Avenue NW)

Columbia City Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally May-Oct 15, Wednesdays from 3-7, 37th Avenue South & South Edmunds Street, 98118)

Wallingford Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally May-September, Wednesdays from 3:30-7, Meridian Park, Corner of North 50th and Meridian Avenue North)

Phinney Ridge Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally June-Oct 10,  Fridays from 3-7, North 67th Street & Phinney Avenue North, in upper lot at Phinney Neighborhood Center, 98103)

Lake City Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally June-Oct 2, Thursdays from 3-7, NE 125th & 28th NE next to the Library off Lake City Way, 98125)

Woodinville Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally May-September, Saturdays from 10-4, 133rd Avenue NE in front of Woodinville City Hall)

Sammamish Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally May-Oct 1, Wednesdays from 4-8, Located at City Hall Plaza, 801 228th Avenue SE)

Bellevue Thursday Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally May-Oct 16, Thursday from 3-7, Bellevue Presbyterian Church 1717 Bellevue Way NE)

Bellevue Saturday Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally May-Nov 22, Saturday from 10-2, Compass Plaza at 550 106th Avenue NE)

Kirkland Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally June-September, Wednesday, 2-7, Marina Park in Downtown Kirkland)

Edmonds Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally June-Oct 4, Saturday, 9-3, 5th Street from Main to Bell Street)

Bothell Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally June-Oct 3, Friday, 12-6, 23718 Bothell Everett Highway) 

Redmond Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally May-Oct 25, Saturday from 9-3, 7730 Leary Way)

Shoreline Farmer's Market: (Open Seasonally June-October 4, Saturdays from 10-3, 17500 Midvale Avenue North)

For more neighborhood information, or expert advice on buying or selling Seattle area real estate, contact Team Troy today at 206-745-3457 or visit: 

Troy Anderson

~Married with 2 children ~Turned grey prematurely ~Fetish for all things Apple ~Urban chicken farmer ~Enology (wine making) student @ WSU ~14+ years of Real experience “Here at TeamTroy we h....

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