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%.
Sinclair Inlet Waterfront
Selling a home is always a challenge, but I am lucky enough to have amazing clients and to be able to showcase such beautiful homes.
Nestled on 100' of waterfront of stunning waterfont on Sinclair Inlet, this 1908 brick home is a treasure to behold. Zoned multi-family, this property's location supports a buyer's investment in rehabbing it as a single-family home or developing into multiple units.
Sun-drenched location with Georgian old world charm the home presents a grand presentation of arched doorways, coved ceilings, vintage hardwood floors, mahogany french doors, custom buitlt-in buffet, original claw-foot cast iron bathtub and expansive enclosed sunroom. Walking distance to the Bremerton Ferry with a short, stress free commute to downtown Seattle.
642 Washington Avenue Bremerton, washington
Shy Half Acre
Sold at $530,000
Fern Street Townhouse
Nestled down a quiet street surrounded by lovingly tended gardens, sits a gem of a townhouse. Privacy is the new luxury with this fully-fenced backyard and the gardens creating both a stunning palette and a blank canvas. A slim-lined herb deck sits on one side of the home. The main level has a fresh and open living room and dining area along with the kitchen. Often the hub of the home, the bright gallery-style kitchen is set up to be multi-functional and aesthetically appealing in earth tones.
The cozy master suite features vaulted ceilings and space for seating. Downstairs you’ll find a double-car garage and a private, dry sauna and shower to help you unwind at the of the day. The ample backyard is wonderfully shaded by a line of pines inside the fully-fenced space. Located close to both local ferries and Poulsbo, NK schools
6421 NE Fern Street
Offered at $318,000
I never understood why Mary in the Mother Goose rhyme was so contrary, but even she put some planning into it.
This month, Houzz.com contributor, Rebecca Cuttler, writes about getting your hands into the soil and growing beautiful plants that are edible too! Whether you’re starting a new garden or returning to a well-established one, here in the Pacific Northwest, the planting and reaping seasons are year round and planning is very necessary. And a beautiful garden makes for luxurious curb appeal and pride of ownership - a worthy investment in any home!
Yellow House with a Red Door
18634 NE Vaughn Milton Loop | Poulsbo, WA
3 Bedrooms • 1.5 Bathrooms • 1,168 sf • Built 1997
A delightful home with perennial gardens makes this an easy choice. Take a seat on the covered porch swing and soak up the gardens that turn this over-sized corner lot into a private haven with a sweet, lighted gazebo and adorable potting shed.
Newer roof, hardwood floors downstairs, custom built-ins in the living room and master bedroom offering partial views of the Olympic Mountains. All major appliances on gas, plus the dryer is pre-wired for electricity. After quiet time on the porch swing, it’s an easy walk to local schools, parks and, of course, Poulsbo's picturesque waterfrot