Lovely home with beautiful views of water, mountain. Brand new Roof. Circular driveway with Huge detached garage/storage/workshop. Vaulted ceiling, open floor plan, spaci...
Listing courtesy of Better Properties Sterling.
20 Acre lot in Lost Village Community of 5 Acre Lots, paved street to edge of property, potential views of Olympics and Hood Canal, water, power and phone/cable at street...
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Platinum Srvs/Silverdal.
Stunning & rare “Thomas Kinkade” like view Estate featuring 22+ acres w/ picturesque ponds/waterways complete w/ covered bridge & suspension bridges, natural wildlife, MT...
Listing courtesy of Better Properties Kitsap.
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Partially cleared lot with a beautiful view of the Hood Canal and the Olympic Mountains, ready for you to build your dream home! Shared Well ready to be hooked up, and el...
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams West Sound.
Go West young Man to this quiet rural 2.5 acres south of Seabeck. Hide in the woods and away from the hustle bustle of the city. This parcel fronts on Morgan Marsh Ln. an...
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On the west coast of the Kitsap Peninsula is one of the oldest towns in all of Washington. Many would argue it’s also one of the most beautiful. Seabeck isn’t extensive, but a growing number of people are incredibly excited about living there thanks to its excellent location on the Hood Canal.
At the moment, this unincorporated community has a population of only about 1,200, but residents will tell you that there is plenty to enjoy about living in Seabeck.
Although Seabeck is one of the smaller towns in Kitsap County, its proximity to much larger cities like Silverdale and Bremerton has helped keep its economy healthy. Like the rest of this region, Seabeck’s job market has grown by about 1% over the last year.
The future looks bright, as well. Back in 2015, Seabeck added a marina, a feature this coastal town had been missing since the last one was shut down in 2005. Not long after, new businesses began popping up in response to the increased traffic the city now sees throughout the year.
So, it’s not too surprising that the job growth here is expected to increase by 36.5% over the next ten years. Still, that’s an impressive number compared to the 33.5% the rest of the country can expect.
On average, people here make $41,619 a year, which is considerably more than the national average of just $28,555. There’s an even bigger contrast when you compare median household incomes. For the average American household, it’s $53,482. In Seabeck, it’s $80,373. That’s one of the highest in the entire county.
Most residents here work in one of the following fields:
Seabeck is also a top-rated retirement destination for people who love living in the Pacific Northwest. Many live here throughout the year, while others are seasonal residents.
Seabeck is part of Kitsap County’s Central School District. This district is made up of 20 different schools:
Elementary Schools (Pre-K – 5)
Middle Schools (6 – 8)
High Schools (9 – 12)
There are also two private schools in Bremerton, both of which are about a 15-minute drive away:
Thanks to the new marina, Seabeck has seen its number of restaurants nearly double in the past five years. That amount could continue growing in the future, as well.
Even it does, most residents will always be regulars at the Seabeck General Store. It’s a local institution with a history that goes back to the city’s founding in 1856. Today, it serves as a combination grocery store and restaurant, with Barbie's Seabeck Bay Café located in the back.
The historic building also serves as the unofficial hangout spot for residents. It’s not uncommon to spot locals hanging out after dark, often playing cards by the store’s woodstove.
Right next to that store is another local staple, Seabeck Pizza. The popular pizza spot offers takeout and delivery, though many locals enjoy taking advantage of the outdoor seating to eat their pies while they enjoy their view of the Hood Canal.
Next to that is Turie’s Seabeck Espresso. This quaint little coffee spot is another local hangout. Residents stop by to get their morning coffee and then get caught up with one another while watching the boats pass by.
There’s another great pizza place inland, as well. Aside from pizza, the menu at Camp Union Pizzeria includes calzones, hot subs, salads, and wings.
Right next to that pizzeria, you’ll find the local watering hole, Camp Union Saloon. They have plenty of beer on tap and a decent food menu, as well.
If you’re a fan of barbecue, you’ll have a hard time staying away from Smokin’ Robinsons Café for any length of time. Specializing in the Saint Louis-style of this delicious cuisine, the restaurant has a reputation for extremely generous portion sizes. This award-winning barbecue joint is so good that people regularly drive from Tacoma and Seattle to get their fix.
If Seabeck General Store doesn’t have everything you need, you can also head to Lone Rock Mercantile for your groceries. This specialty store features organic and local products, from grass-fed meats to pet food to wine and more. It’s another store that attracts customers from all over because of their one-of-a-kind selection.
You’re also only about 15 – 20 minutes away from grocery stores in both Bremerton and Silverdale. The former has a Walmart Supercenter, too.
Next to the Seabeck General Store, you’ll find a gift store called Be Tempted and Arkless Contemporary Art Gallery. Otherwise, for shopping, residents head to Bremerton or Silverdale. Bremerton has the Perry Avenue Mall and East Towne Center. In Silverdale, you’ll find Kitsap Mall, The Trails at Silverdale, and Silverdale Village Shopping Center.
Similarly, residents don’t lack for entertainment options simply because they treasure all the charms of small-town living.
The local Crosby Community Club hosts fun events all the time. Vendors come from all over Washington for seasonal shopping events. There are classes covering an assortment of subjects held every month and even a regular movie night.
The Women’s Club of Seabeck also works hard at bringing the community together. They put on cornhole tournaments, community cleanups, pancake breakfasts, and more.
There’s an AMC Kitsap 8 just over in Silverdale. The city is also home to All Star Lanes & Casino. It’s a fantastic casino for playing table games or some poker. Thanks to the bowling alley and arcade, it’s a fun place to bring the whole family, too.
Residents often make a quick trip to Bremerton for a good time, as well. The Bremerton Boardwalk hosts numerous events throughout the year. There are also some fantastic museums here, like Kitsap Historical Society & Museum, the Puget Sound Navy Museum, and the USS Turner Joy Museum Ship.
Most residents of Seabeck have a good time by getting outside and enjoying all the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
Seabeck was settled by members of the Washington Mill Company back in 1856. Based out of San Francisco, the company’s objective was to meet the demand for lumber that was steadily growing throughout much of California thanks to the gold rush.
The town was a natural choice thanks to the deep canal and a seemingly never-ending forest of giant trees that came right up to the shore.
While the city has changed a lot since then, its distinguishing characteristics are still here. So, between the forest and the water, residents don't lack for opportunities to get outside for some exercise.
As the name suggests, Scenic Beach State Park is one of the most popular recreational areas in Seabeck because of its stunning natural features. Walk the trails surrounded by lush forests right on the shore of the Puget Sound. The 121-acre park has plenty of picnic areas and allows camping. It won’t take long before you realize why so many couples pick this majestic place for their weddings.
Another great place to enjoy some outdoor activities is Guillemot Cove Nature Reserve. At 184 acres, you’ll always discover something new about this gorgeous wildlife area. Everyone remembers the first time they came upon the legendary, Stump House. The old cedar was hollowed out into a cozy “home,” complete with a roof so that it looks like something out of Tolkien.
However, that’s just one of an endless list of wonders to be enjoyed by hiking the incredible trails here. No matter what time of year you visit, you’ll be rewarded with incredible natural wonders.
Thanks to Olympic View Marina, Seabeck has once again become a hotspot for people who love boating. You can head south down the canal or go north and explore Dabob Bay, Squamish Bay, or the rest of the Puget Sound.
Best of all, no matter where you choose to go for a good time in or around Kitsap, you’ll most likely have a great view of the famous Olympic Mountains, Hood Canal, or both.
For those who love golf, there are three options in this part of Kitsap County:
All three are a lot of fun for a range of experience levels and – no surprise – feature breathtakingly beautiful landscaping.
Real estate in Seabeck, Washington is always in demand.
It’s prevalent among people who want the feel of living amongst nature, even though they may need to commute to one of the nearby cities for work.
Likewise, many people who no longer need to go to work are willing to pay large sums to retire in this beautiful town.
Fortunately, Seabeck is steadily growing. While it will never be so large as to scare away inhabitants who like its small-town feel, this growth means that new homes are being built for a variety of budgets. Several open lots are for sale, including some right on the water, which is ideal for anyone who knows exactly what they want in their dream home.
As a real estate broker in Kitsap County, I’ve spent more than 15 years introducing people to the many attractive aspects of living in Seabeck. From the incredible views to all the fun recreational opportunities in the surrounding area, life in Seabeck may be relaxing, but it’s never dull.
If you’re interested in houses for sale in Seabeck, I would love to show you around. With how fast the real estate market moves here, it helps to have someone with my experience. Just tell me what you’re looking for, and I’ll show you all of your best options.
Whether you’re ready to start looking right away or you have some questions first, please feel free to call me at 425-495-0394 or reach out via email.
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