Felida is a town in Clark County, WA that lies northwest of downtown Vancouver along the Columbia River. It’s name has an interesting history. Once a quiet farming community, with older homes on large lots and acreage, it is evolving as a bustling community with many new subdivisions. Most new houses these days are on smaller lots due to environmental, zoning, and economic considerations, but a few exceptions can be found. Many of the homes in Felida feature views of Vancouver Lake,The Columbia River, Salmon Creek, or peaceful territorial vistas.
Even with all the development in the area, Felida still enjoys a natural, verdant environment. For example, Salmon Creek Greenway Trail stretches almost 4 miles from the Felida bridge at NW 36th Avenue east to Salmon Creek Park. The trail lines a scenic natural preserve along meandering streams and wetlands. It offers runners, walkers, and bicyclists sightings of deer, rabbits, raccoons and all types of migratory birds.
After your walk or run, enjoy a nice meal at Farrar’s Bistro, a neighborhood grill just a few miles away. It is a popular neighborhood spot, especially during their Happy Hour specials.
29 Active Listings – $435,000 to $1,995,000
Average SQFT – 4,436
Average $/SQFT – $196
9 Pending – $444,900 to $1,625,000
Average SQFT – 3,460
Average $/SQFT – $198
17 Sold in last 3 Mos – $435,000 to $1,032,000
Average SQFT – 3,269
Average $/SQFT – $186
If you are thinking about selling your home in Felida, contact us for a free market analysis of your home’s value.
If you are interested in buying a home in Felida, you can start your search here.