Best Places to Live in the Washington State in 2023



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Despite being the capital, it exudes a small-town vibe and features lush natural beauty.




With rental options averaging around $1,342, it’s a great place for those who are just starting out.  


Only 30 minutes from Downtown Seattle, this city has a vibrant arts and culture scene and is home to a tight-knit community.



Whether you’re an artsy person, an adventure junkie, or a nature lover, this charming town won’t disappoint.  




Located just across the border from Portland, Vancouver comes with a host of attractive offerings.  


Located in the eastern part of the state, Cheney is home to Eastern Washington University and numerous good schools.