Located in a manicured neighborhood minutes to ferries. This lot awaits your inspiration, mostly flat and ready build on. P.U.D water meter installed, sewer stubbed into ...
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Platinum Srvs/Silverdal.
Well-kept fully updated manufactured home on a bright sunny, fully fenced, secluded lot in the heart of Port Madison Bay close to Marina and Heritage Park nature tails. O...
Listing courtesy of eXp Realty.
Great price-point for this lovely, well-maintained corner home. Big master bedroom with walk-in closet. Bright kitchen with plenty of sunlight through the large windows, ...
Listing courtesy of Windermere RE West Sound Inc..
Lots 4, 5, and 6 on Augusta avenue in Suquamish makes for a very nice, quarter acre homesite. Fairly level with gentle slope to the East. Some marketable timber. A great ...
Listing courtesy of Realogics Sotheby's Int'l Rlty.
New, New, New home in Suquamish. This petite gem boast 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, new appliances, new AC, new everything. Small lot with fenced yard. 15 minutes to Kingst...
Listing courtesy of John L. Scott, Inc..
The price includes 3 building lots to be sold together. Each lot is approximately 10000 sq ft. Builders, developers, investors that want to hold for future development h...
Listing courtesy of Hallmark Realty.
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Located among the beautiful surroundings of Northern Kitsap County, Suquamish is known for its small-town feel and gorgeous views of the Puget Sound.
It also sits right between two of Kitsap County’s larger cities, Poulsbo and Bainbridge Island, so the town’s roughly 4,200 residents are near plenty of stores and restaurants. At the same time, they enjoy the many benefits of a tightknit community surrounded by all the splendor of the Pacific Northwest.
Among other things, Suquamish’s proximity to larger cities has helped keep the city’s economy strong over the years. Residents from all over Kitsap County regularly visit the town and spend money at local businesses. At the same time, many people who live in Suquamish commute elsewhere for work.
So, it’s not too surprising that job growth here has remained fairly steady. It grew by 1% this last year and is expected to improve by another 36.5% over the decade to come. The average rate of growth for the national job market is only predicted to be about 33.5%.
Residents enjoy a higher average income, as well. It’s $30,824 here compared to just $28,555 for the rest of the country. This holds for median household incomes, too. In Suquamish, it’s $55,642, but the national average is only $55,642.
The ability to so easily travel elsewhere for work has also created a fairly diverse job market in Suquamish. Most residents work in a position tied to one of the following industries:
Suquamish is part of the North Kitsap School District, which is made up of 10 schools:
Elementary Schools (Pre-K – 5)
Middle Schools (6 – 8)
High School (9 – 12)
There are also a number of private schools in and around Squamish:
After your first trip to Sully’s Bar & Bistro, you’ll probably become a regular customer like so many other residents of Suquamish. This neighborhood restaurant is an institution here, a place that is as well-known for its amazing food as for its communal atmosphere. You just cannot beat enjoying oysters or prawns with your loved ones right on the Agate Strait.
You can also enjoy the freshest seafood possible in the comfort of your own home thanks to Suquamish Seafood Enterprises. Members of the Suquamish tribe started this company back in 1996 to continue their traditional practices of sustainable fishing in the Puget Sound. Their harvest regularly includes salmon, oysters, clams, and geoducks. The company has customers from all over the world, but you’ll be able to pick up incredible seafood to prepare at home whenever you like.
Clearwater Casino hosts some amazing restaurants, as well. The Clearwater even won OpenTable’s Diner’s Choice Award back in 2018. Once you try one of their locally sourced steaks or cedar-wrapped salmon, you’ll know why. When the game is on, there’s no better place in town to watch it than the casino’s Beach Rock Music and Sports. This short-order specialty grill features 5 different 70-inch screens, 2 that are 90 inches, and another that is 252 inches, so there isn’t a bad seat in the house.
For your other grocery needs, head to Suquamish Village Deli or J-C's Grocery & Deli. There’s a local farmers market every week in the spring and summer, too. You can also drive into Poulsbo for their Walmart Supercenter and Safeway.
That’s one of the best parts about living here. You enjoy all of the benefits of a much larger city without having to pay the same prices for real estate.
There’s also Bainbridge Island right to the east. “The Nantucket of the Pacific Northwest” is full of amazing restaurants, many of which are located within minutes of Suquamish. New Rose Café at Pacific Gardens is a perfect example. Grab a latte and a cookie while you tour their one-of-a-kind gardens or simply sit among them as you enjoy one of their delectable sandwiches.
Most residents do the majority of their shopping in Poulsbo. If you’re looking for a fun place to buy antiques for your new home in Suquamish, try Cargo Hold. The store offers a wide range of pieces, especially those with ties to the Pacific Northwest. Bad Blanche Collection is also full of some unique options for decorating your home.
Poulsbo has a number of malls, as well, so you’ll never be short on stores or restaurants.
The Suquamish tribe has a long history here that goes back thousands of years and is evident throughout much of the city. Still, if you’re looking to learn about their culture and traditions, visit the Suquamish Museum. The museum holds regular events, too, making it a fun place to return to again and again.
Speaking of which, there are all kinds of events and celebrations taking place in town throughout the year. Chief Seattle Days is the big one. For more than 100 years, this three-day festival has paid homage to the memory of Chief Seattle, a legendary leader of the Suquamish people for whom the city of Seattle is named.
During the festival, attendees enjoy salmon bakes, baseball tournaments, traditional music and dancing, horseshoe tournaments, and much more.
You’ll always have a good time at Clearwater Casino, too. They offer poker, slots, keno, table games, and bingo. They’re also a constant source of live entertainment for the town. On any given day, you could stop by to take in a concert or see a comedian.
Again, you’re right next to Bainbridge Island, as well, which is an extremely popular daycation destination for residents of Kitsap County. Whether your idea of a good time involves kayaking and hiking or a brewery tour and amazing food, you’ll love being able to take full advantage of Bainbridge Island without paying the price to live there.
Of course, driving to Seattle only takes about an hour and 15 minutes. You could also just take the ferry over from Bainbridge Island, which would be about the same amount of time. There are endless options for having fun there, from Mariners games to exploring the Pacific Science Center.
You won’t have to go far to enjoy the great outdoors here in Suquamish. Its location means you’ll always see reminders of Kitsap County’s amazing natural beauty.
You can also visit Old Man House Park, which is right on the Agate Pass. The former center of the Suquamish tribe’s winter village, this one-acre park provides access to miles of beach. It’s a wonderful place for taking a relaxing stroll, while also catching glimpses of the many animals who live here or in the water. If you’re a dog owner, your four-legged friend will love this stretch of land for their walks.
Just across the Agate Bridge, you’ll find The Bloedel Reserve, Centennial Rotary Park, and Seabold Hall, three natural settings that put the beauty of Bainbridge Island on full display.
Boating is a popular pastime in this part of Washington. Charles Lawrence Memorial Boat Ramp is a convenient location to put your vessel in the water or you can do so at the Suquamish Dock. A lot of people also kayak. Canoeing is big here, too. There’s even an annual canoeing tournament for those who are especially passionate about the sport.
Either way, once you’re on the water, you can head west into Liberty Bay or take the Agate Pass east into Port Madison. Travel south and you will pass between Bainbridge Island and Port Orchard via the Port Orchard Strait. It provides stunning views of Kitsap County on both sides.
Clearwater Casino also has an incredible golf course, which is situated in Kingston just 10 miles north of the actual casino. White Horse Golf Club is known throughout the Pacific Northwest as one of the best courses in this part of the country. With lush vegetation and views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains throughout the course, each hole is as fun as it is beautiful.
The real estate market in Suquamish is full of options. There are plenty of good-sized three-bedroom houses with two bathrooms, enormous homes right on the coast that overlook the Puget Sound, and plenty of other options that are somewhere in between.
Many of these homes are in the higher price ranges, but again, most cost less than comparable versions in Poulsbo or Bainbridge Island, even though residents have easy access to both.
There are still a couple of open lots here, too. So, if your dream home includes a yard that’s surrounded by gorgeous evergreens, you should consider building it in Suquamish.
Do you love the idea of living on the Puget Sound? If so, I can’t wait to show you around Suquamish, a small town with a lot of charm and two large cities nearby that are full of stores and restaurants.
With more than 15 years of experience as a real estate broker in Kitsap County, I am very familiar with this area. Tell me what you want in your Suquamish home, and I’ll find your best options right away.
To schedule showings or simply ask some questions, please feel free to call me at 425-495-0394 or just send me an email.
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