Imagine the solitude that comes with living on 16 acres of uninterrupted Pacific Northwest land. The calls of the birds are clear and sweet, the dappled sunlight waves across the lawn, and though you feel miles away – you are mere minutes from town. Nestled amongst the orchard of fruit trees, and between the firs is a rambling bungalow style home – 2,834 square feet of finely crafted design. The 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom abode has all the charm of a quintessential farmhouse, and all the functionality of a modern home. Built in 2006, this craftsman dream-home includes an attached oversized two car garage as well as an expansive outdoor patio and entertaining area. Stunning stone accents on the front columns, and lining the walkways and outdoor steps add a poetically rustic element to the property, and connect the manmade structure with the natural surroundings. The property also includes a detached garage/shop combination building with an office/guest room above it. The 2nd story guest space includes a ¾ bath and is ideal for a home office or a rental unit.

As you begin to step outside the house, you’ll notice how much room there is for gardening and outdoor design! Herbs and vegetables can be grown and harvested right outside your door for the freshest farm-to-table meals all year round. 45 fruit and nut trees decorate the yard and a dense wood of evergreens and fir trees ensure privacy around the perimeter of the property. Two pastures are situated on the land; the East pasture is 225’ by 140’ and the West pasture is 240’ by 150’. The ranch also includes a 60’ by 30’ corral with holding pen and holding gates for livestock, while salmon come to spawn in Dogfish creek which runs through the farm. If you’re hoping to enjoy the city every once in a while, you need only head 5 minutes into town or 15 minutes to the ferry docks.

The 3 Sisters Big Valley Farm is a rare opportunity to own an incredible piece of wooded farmland, as well as a supremely crafted home and a bonus garage and guest space. The beauty of the land is best enjoyed in person; to schedule a viewing please contact Mark Middleton at 360-710-3066.


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