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Incredible Beach House Bainbridge Beachcomber

Incredible Beach House Bainbridge Beachcomber

An incredibly special house on the edge of the waterfront!

The sandspit on Bainbridge Island is renowned for its sugar sand, no-bank waterfront beaches, majestic 180 degree views from Mt. Baker to Mt. Rainier (and all the marine traffic north and south!)

Beautifully maintained 2BR+loft/2BA residence features waterside views of both the lagoon and Puget Sound from spacious decks, capturing morning sun and evening sunsets.

The space
The property’s 59 feet of driftwood-strewn waterfront offers all the enjoyment of an abundant array of marine life, shipping lane traffic, kite flying, beach combing, clam digging and pleasure boat-sailing all day long. Tide comes in two times a day. When the tide is out, you can beachcomb for what seems like miles.

The location is convenient to HWY 305, Agate Pass Bridge and Fay Bainbridge State Park.

Historic Downtown Winslow is about 8 minutes away and is a lovely place to spend the day. Wander the waterfront and local shops. Enjoy a cup of coffee, a glass of wine or meal at one of the many cafes and restaurants.

The Bainbridge-Seattle ferry harbor is located in Winslow; you can either walk on (leave your car at the Bainbridge ferry terminal) or drive onto the ferry which drops you off in downtown Seattle. Take a day trip to Seattle and enjoy Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Center and the Space Needle, and a multitude of entertainment options.

Guests rave about the Beachcomber:

*What a place! We had an amazing experience. We felt like we were on our own little beach “island.” It was like living in Nature’s theater: the water an

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