Washington Waterfront Real Estate
You'll find immaculate Washington waterfront homes throughout the Evergreen State - along Washington lakes and rivers as well as the state's 3,000+ miles of shoreline. That's right! If you add up the Puget Sound bays and islands, San Juan Islands, and the Pacific coastline, Washington offers waterfront lovers more than 3,000 miles on which to find their dream waterfront home.
This site is devoted to five distinct regions especially rich in waterfront homes, communities, recreation and attractions in the northern and western part of Washington: Puget Sound, the San Juan Islands, the Olympic Peninsula, the Central and North Cascades and Northwest Washington.
While some qualities they all share - beautiful waterfront views, great outdoor activities, a diverse mix of people and opportunities for authentic adventure - each is also distinct. Explore the links below for more information on each region.
Best known for one of the world's capital cities, Seattle, Puget Sound is the most diverse region of Washington State, combining coastlines, forests and parklands, and a host cities and towns of various sizes.
Reachable from the mainland only by air or boat, the San Juan Islands are a mix of quiet harbor towns and seaside resorts, and offer some of the best whale watching in the world.
The Olympic Peninsula stretches into the Pacific from the mainland, dominated by the Olympic Mountains, Olympic National Park, and the Olympic National Forest.
While the Cascade Mountains stretch from Canada to California, the Central and North Cascades are rich with rivers and lakes, with easy driving access from Seattle and Puget Sound by way of the Cascade Loop.
Stretching between British Columbia and Puget Sound, Northwest Washington is the northwestern tip of the contiguous United States and home to the vibrant cities of Anacortes on Fidalgo Island and Bellingham on the mainland shores of Bellingham Bay.
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