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6 Washington cities most at risk of attack from Freddy Kreuger

Everyone knows nightmares happen on Elm Street. So the Seattle region is in luck — there aren’t too many Elm Streets with homes on them.

Other Washington cities are not so lucky, however. Such as Toppenish, Colville, Spokane, Everett, Bellingham, and Othello. Those communities have the most homes on Elm Street in Washington state.

Real Estate company Zillow went through Elm Streets across the nation to find roads at most risk of attack by Freddy Krueger — calculating based on Elm Street homes per 10,000 city homes. Six Washington cities made the list.

  • Toppenish: 181 / $106,731 median Elm Street home value / $93 Elm Street value per square foot
  • Colville: 135 / $140,429 median Elm Street home value citywide / $117 Elm Street value per square foot
  • Othello: 102 / $212,582 median Elm Street home value citywide / $143 Elm Street value per square foot
  • Spokane: 32 / $173,622 median Elm Street home value citywide / $165 Elm Street value per square foot
  • Everett: 26/ $381,114 median Elm Street home value citywide / $267 Elm Street value per square foot
  • Bellingham: 26 / $375,695 median Elm Street home value citywide / $287 Elm Street value per square foot

If you’re looking to live a spooky life, Toppenish offers the best deal for living on Elm Street. Not only does it have the most houses on the street, the median home value on the stretch is far cheaper than the five other Washington cities.

Given this information, home buyers — or just people on the look out for Freddy — should be safe. All you have to do now is avoid camping out at Crystal Lake (near Mount Rainier) and you should be good.

 

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