Get above it all—literally—on your next vacation, with treehouses from Seattle to the San Juan Islands.
Island life is a little different, and so are these rentals—from treehouses to a gnome chalet.
Try these day and weekend trips to villages, islands, arts enclaves, and mountain towns.
The homes of the rich and sometimes-famous of Washington State, from Bill Gates to Howard Schultz.
Before you die, you see these coastal scenes—including shots in Whidbey Island, Fidalgo Island, and Port Townsend.
These two homes come with five acres—and plenty of sandy beachfront.
Whether you are a beginning hiker or an experienced one looking for something close and quick, these trails could be a perfect fit.
This home embraces the stunning hallmarks of 1950s design.
Take your tent on a beach vacation.
Located on more than an acre, the home comes with trails, a stable, and plenty of space to garden.
Does your idea of an outdoor adventure involve transit?
Some are perfect for a day, others are perfect for a weekend.
A car-free vacation is more than possible
The Bainbridge Island estate keeps a highly formal air
Want to leave the car at home? Stay by the water? Rent a cabin? Hit the backcountry?
The 1904 former fire control station is still there—and restored—below
This home is built for the outdoors
A cottage on Whidbey Island or a Capitol Hill microstudio?
A day trip from Seattle to this picturesque island is totally doable
This home wouldn’t fit under your seat.
Two acres of land and plenty of space for people and plants
It’s right on the water and only accessible by tram.
Two little houses in a lot full of forest
The United States Coast Guard and Washington State Ferries would like you to stop leaving bikes on the boat.
Airy indoor space feels like the outdoors
Need something to do for the holiday weekend? You've got plenty of options.
A place that’s small enough to be easy to take care of on a piece of property large enough for privacy and projects.
This 1937 cottage on Bainbridge Island’s Point Monroe is listed for $599,000. Say hello to sunshine, sand, and a big, watery back yard.
On more than 17,000 square feet of field and forest affectionately dubbed "Camp Whidbey," this 484-square-foot cabin in Freeland is a home base for outdoor adventuring.
When building their dream home, metalsmith Heikki Seppa and jewelry maker Laurie Lyall poured their unique style into every aspect.
A little 588 square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom cottage sits on more than half an acre of Fox Island’s waterfront.
This farm for sale on the southern half of Lopez Island is anchored by a one-bedroom farmhouse—but it stands out thanks to some more unconventional quarters.
Combine island living, artistic surroundings, and a dash of playfulness and get this elaborate Orcas home listed for $949,000, a surprise considering everything that’s put into it.
This northwest contemporary stands out because of something that’s timeless: places to play.
This 1908 estate tucked away in a secluded corner of the island has both sweeping views a meticulously-preserved history.
April showered the market with enough homes that picking five favorites wasn’t easy. Here are five that range from sweeping estates to impressively efficient tinies.
The fun doesn’t stop at the house—outbuildings provide dedicated space for work and play.
A tiny timber house lives much larger thanks to good design, plenty of outbuildings, and more than nine acres of land.
Every home has a story. Some have layers of history. Vashon’s Beall Greenhouses have chapters starting in about a hundred years ago, and are entering a new era.