A custom creation from Heather Johnston of Place Architects was built on 1.41 acres that have an uninterrupted view south across Puget Sound. The style is modern. The setting is natural. The price is $719,000.
The big square block of two story windows looking out on the water makes a big impression, but what you and your guests will probably talk about is the round, glass, pneumatic elevator, the first in Washington State.
You don’t have to go to the coast to watch the storms come in. After they turn the corner around the Olympics, they can head straight up the Sound - and run into the exposed southern tip of Whidbey Island.
One hundred feet of waterfront is a luxury. Living there in a one bedroom, three-quarter bathroom house means not having to share it much. Keeping the house small on a large natural lot means more nature and less maintenance.
Look at the stats and try to guess what this listing's got: seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, 4,894 square feet, and 18.83 acres for $1,099,000. Sounds like a country mansion and estate for the price of a nice condo in Seattle.
Take a tiny, make it tall. Do that and get even tinier floors but bigger views. That's what they did for this 456 square foot cabin on Whidbey that includes views of the waters of Holmes Harbor and the Olympics that is listed at $150,000.
Labor Day was created as a "celebration of the American labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of workers." But in truth its become an excuse to buy discounted goods and party. Here's some ideas on how to do that.
Here's an uncommon combination: Lots of land and a tiny house (540 square feet). For some, that's an attractive opportunity - as long as the price of $449,000 is also affordable. There are good reasons for a price per square foot of $831.
There's so much to see and do in Seattle but we understand. Sometimes you just need to get away. It's a good thing there are so many great small towns and getaways nestled within driving distance of the city.
Retro, tiny, views, waterfront, and $299,500 - believe it or not, it is possible to get all of those things in one property, as long as you're willing to live on Whidbey Island. Which will it be: retirement, vacation, working remotely, or a commute?
Sunset Magazine readers might remember the Glidehouse. PBS considered the original one of the 10 homes that changed America One version of the Glidehouse just hit the market up in Clinton on Whidbey Island and it's asking $640K.