Step inside and feel instantly at home: Kitchens that just beg for cooking in slippers. Authentic wood-burning fireplaces define cozy winter nights in wool socks. Light-filled spaces with plenty of room for that home office you’ve always promised yourself (shoe-free workspace).
Step out your front door to choices: Take your loafers on a stroll (only 3 blocks) to downtown Woodinville’s restaurants and shops. Flip flop your way to the pool for a dip and a community BBQ. Snap on your cycling shoes and pedal along the Sammamish River Trail, just out your back door. Lace up your sneakers and head to the smartly appointed fitness center. Walk to the bus, METRO or Connector in your highest heels without a second thought.
Campbell Run offers newly renovated one- to three-bedroom apartments in downtown Woodinville, all with plenty of shoe storage.
Trailside is a small community within Campbell Run that offers homes with distinctive interiors.
Susan Campbell Woodin was the first female settler in the Woodinville area. In order to assist her husband, Ira Woodin (who Woodinville is named for) she churned and sold butter in Seattle. Her journey was quite something – she rowed to Madison Park and walked three miles to downtown Seattle. Woodinville’s first Post Office was in Susan and Ira’s home and Susan was the first postmistress of Woodinville. Woodin Creek, which flows through the park next to Campbell Run, is undergoing a salmon habitat restoration effort. The community’s name, Campbell Run honors Susan Campbell Woodin.