The Pulse October 2018 details the latest in real estate, art, design, and more. This month features the most scenic drives in Washington, the best restaurants for fall, and tips for upcoming renovation projects.

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I have so many friends like myself that have children in their 20's. I shared this with my kids and wanted to share with you all as well.

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Average home prices in the Seattle area have skyrocketed by nearly 100 percent in the six-year period after the post-recession housing market hit bottom in 2012, says a new report.

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10628 NE 46th St, Kirkland  |  Offered at $1,498,000

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Buyers and sellers in the Seattle area are feeling the triumph and pain of a cooling real estate market in Western Washington.

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Do you love spending time in Walla Walla? Be sure to visit the Eritage Resort which opened earlier this summer! Features includes a restaurant menu created by James Beard Award-winning chef Jason Wilson featuring locally grown ingredients sourced from family farmers and ranchers.

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1. 701 17th Avenue W, Kirkland | Sold for $1,925,000 
2. 10104 NE 60th Street. #120, Kirkland | Sold for $721,000
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1819 S 116th Street #307, Burien | Sold for $231,000
   

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There is a beautiful pedestrian bridge above the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington, covered in colorful glass works by Dale Chihuly, a world-renowned glass sculptor and Tacoma native.

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Fall = guests, family and get-togethers. Get your front porch ready for fall festivities with a pair of planters surrounded by an abundance of mums and real or faux pumpkins and gourds. Mix in a few lanterns to add a welcoming glow to evening gatherings!

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