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Whidbey Island, Washington

If you’re feeling curious about Whidbey Island, you’ve come to the right place. Feel free to consider this a fan page of sorts as I truly believe Whidbey Island is the most delightful island in the contiguous United States. It is also one of the largest islands at 55 miles long!

Whidbey is a short 1.5 hour journey from Seattle, but truly feels like a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. You can get there one of two ways. Traveling by ferry is quite easy from the Mukilteo ferry terminal. Ferries are reliable and run every 30 minutes. In the summertime, however, the ferries fill up quickly. The other route is a drive through Deception Pass. You can’t go wrong driving because the pass is one of the most scenic drives in the state offering incredible views and myriad chances to spot wildlife if you take a break to stretch your legs. Deception Pass State Park, overlooking the Puget Sound, showcases the island's breathtaking landscapes and diverse wildlife, including majestic whales, soaring eagles, and elusive giant octopuses.

The island is home to a population of about 70,000 islanders. Unlike other islands dotting the Puget Sound, the infrastructure here is robust. There is public transit, highways, a large selection of public parks, groceries stores and many fine restaurants. 

Whidbey Island boasts several distinctive towns. Oak Harbor, Coupeville, Freeland, Greenbank, and Langley, each offer their own allure and attractions. You’re never at a loss in any of these towns for a quiet walk along a beach or a jaunt out the door to find an exceptional latte.

The real estate in these areas varies in price and type from charming waterfront properties to scenic agricultural lots. The average price of a single-family home in South Whidbey is approximately $580,000. Any home on Whidbey, however, feels like an absolute steal when you know you are securing a foothold in this enchanting island paradise. 

If you're eager to learn more or consider purchasing a home on Whidbey Island, don't hesitate to reach out. The island beckons. You just have to answer the call! 


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