Fifteen miles southeast of Seattle is one of the best places to live in the country, according to Sunset and Outdoor magazines. Issaquah is a conglomeration of several neighborhoods, each with its own unique vibe. Downtown Issaquah treasures its mining, lumber, and agricultural heritage but keeps current by attracting trend-setting chefs for its restaurants and cutting-edge artists and musicians for its galleries and nightlife. Gilman Village is a quirky shopping destination, but the Issaquah Alps lies amidst the myriad hiking trails and outdoor recreation venues. Don’t miss Issaquah Salmon Days, which is the highlight festival of the Eastside. No matter what your property preference might be, you are bound to find your home in Issaquah.