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Sumner - Town vs. County Stats

Sumner - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Sumner: $384,500/Co. / County Avg $475,600

40%

Avg Taxes in Sumner: $9,000/Co. / County. Avg $3,800

119%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Sumner: 1,911/Co. / County Avg 2,396

40%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Sumner: $201/Co. / County Avg $198

101%

Avg Walkscore in Sumner: 40 / County Avg 25

79%

Avg Year Built in Sumner: 1980/Co. / County Avg 1984

50%

Avg Days on Website in Sumner: 93/Co. / County Avg 71

65%

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Nestled in the valley where the White River flows into the Puyallup River, the City of Sumner is combining the best of the past with a visionary future. Settled in 1853 by pioneers, the City was built on agriculture, especially daffodils, rhubarb, hops, berries, vegetables and turf grasses. In fact, Sumner is still known as the Rhubarb Pie Capital of the World!

Sumner has retained its small-town charm even though it is now a city of 9400 residents. The historic Downtown Sumner is home to a variety of shops and businesses and hosts many community events including the Daffodil Parade, Wine Walks and Music Off Main. The East Main Street business district is a newer, vibrant business community with restaurants, shopping, services and the largest YMCA in the State of Washington, opened in 2015. And, the industrial north of Sumner is home to many warehouses and industries that enjoy easy freeway access and other amenities suited to manufacturing.

With two major highways intersecting in Sumner and a commuter station for the Sounder train, it’s easy to get to Sumner. With stellar schools, beautiful parks and small town charm, it’s hard to leave.
Areas in Sumner WA
Lake Tapps-Bonne
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Neighborhoods in Sumner WA
Bonney Lake
Downtown Sumner
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Sumner Valley