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NEW TO MARKET: Bainbridge Island Condo, Offered at $390,000

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Bainbridge Island Condo

Located in the heart of Winslow’s downtown this darling condo is all about location. Offering 2 bedrooms, 2.25 baths, an open concept kitchen, living and dining areas, an attached 1-car garage (with +1 extra parking space), adorable private patio, custom surround on the wood fireplace and a laundry room, this boutique condo is not to be missed.

Close to the Seattle ferry, local schools, library and downtown Bainbridge Island. If you’re thinking about downsizing or just starting out, and looking for the "island lifestyle" on Bainbridge you must check this condo out.


1053 N. Madison Avenue, #A3
Bainbridge Island, WA

2 Bedrooms
2.25 Bathrooms
1,240 sf
Built 1991

Offered at $390,000

Cooler Housing Prices in Seattle while Suburbs Turn Up the Heat

Photo courtesy of 18634 NE Vaughn Milton Loop, Poulsbo // MLS #1428159

According to Paul Roberts of the Seattle Times, the Puget Sound housing market continues to splinter into hot and cold sectors — with substantially more heat the farther south you move — but the trend may be moderating as buyers and sellers adjust their expectations. In Kitsap County, the median home price increased 6.9% over the past 12 months, to $385,000, in May — a significant jump from April’s increase of 4.5%.

$385,000

↑ Median Home Price Increased 6.9% for Kitsap County

Yellow House with the Red Door, Featured in LOOK BOOK

My gorgeous new listing, The Yellow House with the Red Door is featured in Esperluette Creative’s new Look Book! Featuring outdoor spaces that beg for backyard bbq’s and summer gardens ready for relaxing, the Spring Look Book is simply hopping with private retreats.

Kitsap Winter Market Going Strong!

Photo courtesy of 18634 NE Vaughn Milton Loop, Poulsbo // MLS #1428159

Photo courtesy of 18634 NE Vaughn Milton Loop, Poulsbo // MLS #1428159

According to Seattlepi, following a frigid February, March made for an "eventful month for real estate," say brokers cited in the latest Northwest Multiple Listing Service report. Buyers hopped back into the market and kicked off peak real estate season in earnest around Seattle, with more choices and less competition.

But there are some areas that reported strong activity no matter what happened. Kitsap and the South Sound, for instance, reported heavy traffic at open houses and pending sales out-gaining new listings.