Stunning ! Waterfront Orcas Walk to Eastsound

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  • House
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 6

Type: House

Stunning ! Waterfront Orcas Walk to Eastsound

My waterfront home, just five minutes by foot from the charming village of Eastsound, offers spectacular

and stunning 180° views and 145 feet of private shoreline.

While close to town, you feel miles away in this rare hideaway nuzzled into the coastline. View bald eagles, catch a glimpse of a harbor seal, enjoy breathtaking views of the San Juan Islands designated in 2013 a National Monument, #4 in top US destinations by TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Islands Awards and #3 on Lonely Planet's "Top 10 U.S. Destinations for 2013".

Tastefully furnished in contemporary style, this home has two bedrooms with queen-sized beds furnished with high-thread ...Read more

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Stunning ! Waterfront Orcas Walk to Eastsound
Eastsound, Washington

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Additional Location Information

Located in Eastsound, five minutes away by foot from Main Street, this waterfront property feels like you're away from it all. Its 145 feet of private low-bank shoreline affords breathtaking vistas of the San Juan Islands and a charming view of the village of Eastsound from your window.
Just five minutes from the public beach and waterfront park, enjoy all of the benefits of being close to town with Eastsound's wide array of restaurants, colorful shops and seasonal fun while enjoying privacy in a stunningly beautiful location.
Eastsound, Orcas' largest town and one of the most charming villages in the Islands, is located 20 minutes by car from the ferry landing.

Don’t Miss!
°Kayaking in West Sound at sunset.
°Hiking in Moran State Park and the vistas from the top of Mount Constitution where you can see as far as Canada.
°Touring the Moran Museum at Rosario built by Seattle Mayor, Robert Moran between 1906 and 1909, a tribute to the Art & Crafts aesthetic.
Visiting the Orcas Historical Museum for its six original homestead cabins lovingly restored.
°Biking on neighboring Shaw Island and indulging in ice cream at the original General Store. Did you know that the ferry landing on Shaw used to be operated by nuns until a few years ago? A nunnery still exists on this quiet rural island.
°Going back in time to the little red schoolhouse at Crow Valley, dating from 1888.
°Looking for beach glass at Crescent Beach and watching the eagles, osprey and other raptors.
°Exploring the tide pools near Indian Island, a low-tide’s walk from Eastsound village.
°Delighting in the chamber music at the Orcas Chamber Music Festival in August.
°Watching the best show in town in mid-August: the Perseid meteor showers: on a clear night, you may see up to 200 meteors an hour!

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Lake nearby, Mountain nearby, Rural retreats, Waterfront

Getting There

Nearest airport: Eastsound, 2 miles
Nearest ferry port: Westsound
Car is recommended



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