About Olympic Hills
Olympic Hills was originally a forested region that was later developed into a residential neighborhood in the 1950s and 1960s. The neighborhood is named after the nearby Olympic Mountains, which are visible from the area on clear days.
Olympic Hills has a diverse population with a mix of single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments. The area is known for its quiet streets, well-maintained parks, and easy access to nearby amenities.
The neighborhood’s location, quality of schools, and access to green spaces have made it an attractive area for buyers looking for a suburban lifestyle while still being within a short commute to downtown Seattle. Additionally, the area is served by several bus routes, making it a convenient location for those who rely on public transportation.