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Shelton, situated in Mason County, is a charming city with a population of over 10,000. Known for its rich history in logging and Christmas tree farming, Shelton retains a quaint, small-town charm that offers a slower pace of life. Its vibrant local economy, scenic beauty, and affordable housing make it a prime location for residential real estate investment. The city’s ongoing community development projects and its close proximity to the Olympic National Forest further enhance its attractiveness as an investment location.

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A Real Estate Investor’s Guide to Shelton

Shelton, WA
Mason County
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Shelton, WA

Shelton was officially incorporated in 1890. The city was named after David Shelton, a delegate to the territorial legislature. The land was previously called “Cota” and was inhabited and managed by the Squaxin Island Tribe, or “People of the Waters”, who had inhabited the land for centuries before contact with white settlers. The land was ceded, along with 4,000 sq. miles of Indigenous land, on December 26, 1854, with the passage of the Treaty of Medicine Creek. After the passage of the treaty, David Shelton and his wife, Frances Shelton, each took a claim of land enabled by the Donation Land Claim Act totaling 640 acres in what would eventually be incorporated as Shelton.

Shelton was once served by a small fleet of steamboats which was part of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet. These boats included the Old Settler, Irene, Willie, City of Shelton, Marian, Clara Brown, and S.G. Simpson. The economy was built around logging, farming, dairying and ranching as well as oyster cultivation. The Simpson Timber Company mill on Puget Sound’s Oakland Bay dominated the landscape of the downtown area; the mill was sold to Sierra Pacific Industries in 2015, who are currently building a new mill. Shelton also identifies itself as the “Christmas Tree Capital”.


Mason County

Originally named Sawamish County, Mason County takes its current name from Charles H. Mason, the first Secretary of Washington Territory. More than 60,000 people live in Mason County, as its geographic features include popular destinations and natural resources like the Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound, Lake Cushman, and more.


Geography

Shelton is a city in and the county seat of Mason County, Washington, United States. Shelton is the westernmost city on Puget Sound. The population was 9,834 at the 2010 census. Shelton has a council-manager form of government.


Employment

Shelton has an unemployment rate of 7.7%. The US average is 6.0%.

Shelton has seen the job market increase by 1.1% over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 32.8%, which is lower than the US average of 33.5%.


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Shelton, WA

 

Shelton was officially incorporated in 1890. The city was named after David Shelton, a delegate to the territorial legislature. The land was previously called “Cota” and was inhabited and managed by the Squaxin Island Tribe, or “People of the Waters”, who had inhabited the land for centuries before contact with white settlers. The land was ceded, along with 4,000 sq. miles of Indigenous land, on December 26, 1854, with the passage of the Treaty of Medicine Creek. After the passage of the treaty, David Shelton and his wife, Frances Shelton, each took a claim of land enabled by the Donation Land Claim Act totaling 640 acres in what would eventually be incorporated as Shelton.

Shelton was once served by a small fleet of steamboats which was part of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet. These boats included the Old Settler, Irene, Willie, City of Shelton, Marian, Clara Brown, and S.G. Simpson. The economy was built around logging, farming, dairying and ranching as well as oyster cultivation. The Simpson Timber Company mill on Puget Sound’s Oakland Bay dominated the landscape of the downtown area; the mill was sold to Sierra Pacific Industries in 2015, who are currently building a new mill. Shelton also identifies itself as the “Christmas Tree Capital”.

Mason County

Originally named Sawamish County, Mason County takes its current name from Charles H. Mason, the first Secretary of Washington Territory. More than 60,000 people live in Mason County, as its geographic features include popular destinations and natural resources like the Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound, Lake Cushman, and more.

Geography

Shelton is a city in and the county seat of Mason County, Washington, United States. Shelton is the westernmost city on Puget Sound. The population was 9,834 at the 2010 census. Shelton has a council-manager form of government.

Employment

Shelton has an unemployment rate of 7.7%. The US average is 6.0%.

Shelton has seen the job market increase by 1.1% over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 32.8%, which is lower than the US average of 33.5%.

 

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