If you love hiking, biking, fishing, crabbing or just living the simple country life surrounded by water and mountain views, then Sequim (rhymes with “swim”) is the place for you, plus we are only two hours from all that Seattle has to offer.
From the quaint charm of downtown’s cafes, boutiques and coffee shops to the majestic peaks of the surrounding Olympic Mountains and rich farmland, this community and surrounding area presents an abundance of exploration opportunities from cultural activities to natural wonders.
⦁ To the north you’ll find the scenic Strait of Juan de Fuca. Be sure to visit the Dungeness Spit, hike to the New Dungeness Lighthouse, and enjoy Voice of America Park.
⦁ The beautiful and ever-changing views of the majestic Olympic Mountains are to the south. Like a beacon, Mount Baker rises to the sky
⦁ We are only 30 minutes from the ferry to Victoria, BC and all that Vancouver Island has to offer. Visit Buschart Gardens, have high tea at the Empress Hotel, and enjoy the shops and restaurants that make Victoria famous.
⦁ Just minutes away is Hurricane Ridge, where you can snowshoe, ski, hike, backpack and enjoy the mountains and breathtaking views of the of the water and communities below.
⦁ In the heart of the Olympic Rain shadow, we receive an average of 15 inches of rainfall per year, and we were aptly named by small plane pilots “the Blue Hole”.
If you are considering relocating to Sequim, you need someone who knows this area inside and out to help you find the right location to suit you! I can work with you to find the right home at the right price, including all the neighborhood amenities that matter, not to mention the essential criteria you want to have in your ideal home. I’m a great listener, and I enjoy putting the pieces together to solve the puzzle and find you the ‘perfect fit’ for your new home.
Clallam County is a sought-after destination for those who are interested in enjoying their retirements in the gorgeous Pacific Northwest, but who are looking for a place with cooler summers, a sunnier climate and less rainfall than is average for western Washington. As a homeowner here you will love waking up to views that span from the Olympic Mountains to the San Juan Islands to Victoria, British Columbia. From Sequim Bay to the Cascade Mountains, there is nothing but gorgeous evergreen trees, snow-capped mountains, and sparkling water.