DuPont

DuPont’s pristine beauty allows visitors to enjoy the splendor of the Puget Sound. DuPont is divided into several "villages", each with its own design style and/or building contractors. Northwest Landing is the most visible due to a sign along the freeway announcing it. Several businesses have opened in the downtown area, but development has slowed in recent years. Hoffman Hill is the largest in size, and houses about 60% of the total population. The Historic Village, a residential area, is the only part of DuPont that is not a modern planned community and is on the registry of historic places. Bell Hill is considered the most expensive area. Dupont has trails and green belts throughout. DuPont has a rich history dating back more than 5,000 years. The Nisqually tribe arrived in the area at most 5,700 years ago, subsisting on shellfish from the beaches and salmon from Sequalitchew Creek. Captain George Vancouver mapped the area in 1792, and in 1833, the Hudson's Bay Company established a fur trading post at Fort Nisqually. 
 

 

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Du Pont Average Home Sales Price:​

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Du Pont  Average Home Days On Market:​

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Du Pont  Average Price Per Sq Ft:

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