Waterfront-sea doos! boat on beautiful OYSTER BAY!
Description from the owner
Beautiful oyster bay home on highly sought after ..OYSTER BAY WA
Right on the waters edge truly waterfront living where you can moor your boat or sea Doo
Right in your back yard!
Also this home boasts free kayak use and a beautiful sprawling hot tub/spa right on the oceans edge
The waves lap at the base of the spa!
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Once called the Great Peninsula, Kitsap is surrounded by 236 miles of salt water shoreline and centrally located between the Olympic and Cascade Mountain ranges in the Puget Sound region of Washington State. The Kitsap Peninsula affords spectacular views of mountains and water from every vantage point and welcomes groups of all sizes to tour our unique and beautiful area.
Less than an hour from Seattle, Kitsap is easily accessible from the greater Seattle area by four routes of the Washington State Ferry Service, from the west by the Hood Canal Bridge (the world's longest floating bridge over tidal water), and by highway from the south. Every community on Kitsap is located on the waterfront.
The combination of Native American, Scandinavian, military and pioneer attractions all within a one-hour radius make Kitsap an easy-to-tour destination rich in history and diversity.
From the 1850's lumber mill town of Port Gamble (a National Historic Site) to Bainbridge Island with it's quaint shopping district or the Smithsonian-lauded museum of the Suquamish Tribe and the gravesite of Chief Seattle at St. Peter's Mission, on through the Norwegian town of Poulsbo on the shore of fjord-like Liberty Bay, to the settler's log cabin museum in Port Orchard, Kitsap's heritage abounds.
At Bremerton you can visit the Naval Museum, tour the destroyer Turner Joy, take a harbor cruise (from Port Orchard) of the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard or tour the many galleries and arts related activities.
Everything for the gardener exists on the Peninsula, including full service nurseries, specialty nurseries and a number of display gardens to tour such as the Bloedel Estate and Heronswood, both featured on Martha Stewart Living, and an internationally known Bonsai Garden.
Nine State Parks can be found within the Peninsula's boundaries as well as 14 county and numerous city parks and playgrounds. Boat launches and scuba diving areas are nestled throughout and other sports such as kayaking, skate boarding, swimming, antique and mall shopping, beach combing, hiking, biking, or just relaxing and enjoying the view are readily available. Kitsap restaurants offer delectable dining and once again, there's that fabulous view.
Eleven golf courses include three of the ten top-ranked in Washington with two of those being ranked by Golf Digest in the Nation's top 200 public courses.
Shopping is another plus with everything from galleries to craft shops, antiques, specialty shops, large chain stores and the up-to-the-minute
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"Kitsap and Beyond" is the blog of Jean Boyle, a Kitsap tourism advocate, photographer and resident. The Kitsap Peninsula has it all, plus the Olympic Peninsula out one door and Seattle out the other. After living around the country, and appreciating every place I've spent time, I feel most at home here on Kitsapï¿½. The blog shares things to do, places to go and great photographs of the Kitsap Peninsula . . . and beyond.
Kitsap Business Journal. 321 Tremont Street, Port Orchard WA 98366. Phone: (phone: hidden); Fax: (phone: hidden). E-mail
The Kitsap Peninsula Visitor and Convention Bureau. 9481 Silverdale Way NW, Suite 203A, Silverdale, WA 98383. Phone: (phone: hidden); Toll-free: (phone: hidden). E-mail
Kitsap County Historical Museum. 280 Fourth Street, Bremerton, WA 98337. Phone (phone: hidden); Fax: (phone: hidden).
Cleaning fee $140 per stay
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- Boat/sea doo rental | 225 USD per day...Read more
Waterfront-sea doos! boat on beautiful OYSTER BAY! Bremerton, Washington
Additional Location Information
Beautiful oyster bay waterfront location!
Very quiet highly sought after oyster bay location!
Beautiful private oyster bay is your backyard with a private soft sand beach!
You r sea DOOS and or ski/fishing boat will be moored right in your back yard, so you enjoy all the fun of water sports without any work.
More About This Location
Beach or lakeside relaxation, City vacations, Lake nearby, Mountain nearby, Rural retreats, Warm winter getaways, Waterfront
Nearest ferry port: Southworth , 2 miles Nearest airport: Sea tac 45 minutes, 45 miles Nearest train station: Tacoma amtrak, 35 miles Car is not necessary
Last updated on December 16, 2014
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"Do Not Recommend - What a Horrible Experience!!!!"
Left on 10/25/2014 for a stay in July 2014 | Sheila CReviewed Oct 25, 2014Stayed Jul 2014
We have rented houses for 23 years and never have we felt so taken advantage of and apalled at the service.
Review by categories:
-Floor space is stated at 3200 sq ft. It is under half this size.
-States it sleeps 12 which is highly exaggerated. There are three bedrooms, 1 big, 1 medium and 1 small. Two air mattresses provided but the house is cramped & no place to put them.
-house is lived in - closets, cupboards and fridge are jam packed with clothes, shoes and stuff - no room for your own things.
-dishwasher does not work
-Kitchen severely lacking in basic pots and pans
-Outside nice but several areas where young kids can fall a significant height - overall unsafe .
Boat and Outdoor Activities
-no bicycles provided
-we rented the fishing boat - the owner charged for two days even though she brought it half way through the first day with no fishing poles. Fishing poles arrived at 4:30 PM. The second day, the boat would not start ( caretaker told us that it had difficulty starting). Owner did not help or appologize. We used the boat for about 2 hours total - no refund.
-Only small crabs in the area - no crab pots visible in the near vicinity.
-The bay is loaded with jellyfish - you can't escape them.
Interaction with Owner
-Ask yourself why there are no names on the contract and follow your gut instinct is all I will say. You will be given a name when doing a wire tranfer - look it up.
-when I wire tranferred the money, I e-mailed and phoned owner to confirm reciept with no avail. Finally got a hold of her and she was rude and swore at me on the phone. Afterwards, she appologized and said she was having a bad week?!! At this point, I had paid 100%,
-upon leaving we cleaned the house to the standards in the Contract (note these are higher than any I have seen - but I signed it). We left the house immaculate. Upon requesting our damage deposit after we had been home for a week, she responded that we had damaged her brand new stove. I asked her to send pictures and receiipts over the course of two weeks to which I got replies to leave her alone or she would sue me for other "stuff". Subsequent internet searches and property searches on the "Owner" were very revealing to the character of these people.
Do your research before renting this property and follow your instinct. Trust me, I am sorry I made the choice to rent this house.
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