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Welcome to our charming home in the woods in the Pacific Northwest! We invite you to settle in, get comfortable and make yourself at home. It is an ideal place to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the area. Stargaze on a clear night as there is no light pollution. The property is a very...
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This newer home, offering views of Puget Sound, Mount Rainier, and sunrises, is on a quiet cul-de-sac with close access to our community pool and by trail to the beach. The 2 story house has solid maple floors, a wrap-around covered porch with lots of space for BBQing, outdoor dining, or just...
This spacious beach house is a perfect group or family getaway. This beach home has luxurious amenities such as fireplaces, a jetted tub, and ocean views. Outside, the home offers kayaks and board games to keep everyone on your get-away busy!
Surrounding the home on Harstine Island...
The Casita is a beautiful guest house with a spectacular view of Pickering Passage and its islands with a private beach in South Puget Sound! Explore the ranch with free roaming alpacas, dig shellfish, pick fruit, sit at the fire pit on the waterfront, collect fresh eggs for breakfast, swim, rent a...
The water view lodge is 1000 SQ. FT with 1 bedroom (2 twin beds), bathroom, laundry, kitchen and deck with BBQ and a great view. Nestled on 14 acres with a private beach. We own the adjacent waterfront property. Hardwood floors and WiFi with lots of windows. Wood burning stove fireplace, too!...
Come enjoy our one of a kind Alpaca Oyster farm. situated on 14 acres with our ten alpacas goats chickens ducks and puppy's. Relax on the front deck, gaze at the beautiful view of the water and uninhabited forested island beyond. Watch the world go by, feed the ducks, listen to the wind in the tall...