Cost of Living and Select Demographics
Pinehurst's cost of living is higher than in Licton Springs, and that is likely due to it having more amenities and it being more desirable overall. The average household spends $53.2K/year in total expenditures, compared to Licton Springs's $42.8K /year.
The neighborhoods of Pinehurst and Licton Springs are identical in terms of households that have children. In both neighborhoods, the percentage of households with children is 14%.
Is Pinehurst the right neighborhood for you? A look at how much your future neighbors are bringing in might shed some light. While those who live in nearby Licton Springs make an average of $48.5K, Pinehurst residents are raking in an average of $67.2K.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation Near the Apartments for Rent
Finding your bearings in a new place--locating groceries, cleaners and places to relax and have fun--is one of the most basic things all renters do when establishing themselves in a new area. To help in that process, a couple important streets to know in Pinehurst are Roosevelt Way NE and 15th Ave. NE. It's these streets, in particular, where drinking, dining and recreation is easily found.
Additionally, chain and franchise restaurants like Burger King and Pizza Hut are to be found in the neighborhood.
Pinehurst residents often find time to sneak in a show at Zimmerman Jerry, the perfect place to catch up on popular performances and cultural events. Additionally, Sea-Town Winter Rentals is a place where you can get some fresh air and stretch your legs.
The Yelp page will provide you with even more places to eat, drink and hang out in Pinehurst.
Pinehurst has multiple grocery stores in the area, including Qfc and Gusay Groceries. Indulge in the sweet stylings of Flour Power Baking Co, a local first-class bakery. The neighborhood is home to the familiar grocery chain store Safeway on top of that.
Neighborhood Schools and Districts
The schools near the apartments in Pinehurst are Middle College High School, Kellogg Middle School and Seattle Jewish Community School. The school information here serves as an approximation of what districts your children might attend, but be sure to speak with school district officials to confirm the precise schools serving apartments in the area.
The 70 elementary schools, 22 middle schools and 21 high schools in the Seattle Public district have a different proportion of students to teachers along with a different student-body size than Shoreline School District, with the former boasting lower ratios and fewer overall students. Seattle Public district has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Shoreline School District.