Windermere Washington Waterfront Home Tour – June 11 and 12

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Join us June 11 and 12 as we showcase some of the finest waterfront homes in Washington at the Windermere Washington Waterfront Home Tour.

Have you dreamt of owning a little piece of Pacific Northwest paradise on the water? This is your opportunity to take a peek at what’s available. From 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., June 11 and 12, waterfront homes throughout Washington will be open for you to view. To see what will be open in your area visit

Near Belfair, Washington on the South Shore of Hood Canal, I will be holding an open house at the home and guest cottage at 18961 Sate Route 106.

The home and cottage at 18961 SR 106 on Hood Canal

The home and cottage at 18961 SR 106 on Hood Canal

This property offer unique South Hood Canal Waterfront Privacy – Close-in cottage with 114 feet of low bank warm water beach.  Deep lot with off-street parking & trees lined seclusion just a mile from Belfair.

This charming 1938 stone and shake chalet-style bungalow was restored in 1997 with “down-to-stud” remodel to update electrical, plumbing and insulation systems. The roof is new with new outdoor cedar and a trex patio for stunning mountain views. You and your friends can take in the amazing views of the Olympic Mountains and enjoy all the crab, clams, oysters and mussels you can eat.  Stroll the beach, enjoy the resident bald eagles, take in the sea life, watch magnificent sunrises, fish, swim, kayak, water ski or just enjoy stress-free hours by the waterside fire pit just.

PLUS, on the property is a separate apartment studio with its own kitchen, deck & utilities. It is so separate; it could be rented or just add 360 sqft of living area for friends. Under the apartment is a utility space used either for additional storage, a shop or hobby room – you choose.

The lot itself is large; .82-acre of prime Hood Canal low bank waterfront – very rare piece both deep & wide and provides complete privacy.  Separating it from State Highway 106 is a full-height cedar fence lined with laurel.  The entry to the circular drive is protected behind a gate with plenty of parking inside several cars or an RV.

This is only the 2nd time in 77 years this property is on the market and is a part of Hood Canal history. It is behind a curtain of fencing, a gated-protected property and cannot be seen by driving by.  If you are at all interested in owning a unique and historical home on the South Shore of Hood Canal, ask your real estate professional to take some time to see it in person.