Luxury Living on Bainbridge Island

$8,000,000

13389 Manzanita Rd NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

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13389 Manzanita Rd NE

  • Two Tax Parcels, 3.44 Acres
  • 165’ Feet of Frontage with Beach Access
  • View of Manzanita Bay & the Olympic Mountain Range
  • Home Renovation Completed in 2021 by Hatletveit Construction, Inc.
  • Complete landscaping redesigned and renovation completed in 2021 by Red Twig Fine Gardening

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13389 Manzanita Rd NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 

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Bainbridge Island, WA

Bainbridge Island, WA

Bainbridge Island is a great place to call home. It’s a highly desirable community to live and conveniently located close to Seattle. It offers diverse amenities that appeal to a wide range of people. Everyone has their own idea of what makes a city desirable to reside in. Although some people want a sense of community that can only be found in a smaller town, others yearn for the vast array of options that are often found in major metropolitan areas. Bainbridge Island offers the best of both worlds. All the amenities of a world-class big city are available only a short 15-minute ferry ride away in Seattle.

Bainbridge Island is a charming close-knit community located on a laid-back island with alluring eateries, wineries, boutiques and parks. It’s residents also enjoy a wonderful combination of farms, hiking trails, scenic vistas and the local arts community. Bainbridge Island also offers a highly-rated school system.

The island is located in Kitsap County which offers easy access to all of the surrounding town and communities, as well as the incredible beauty of the Olympic Peninsula.

Olympic National Park offers access to towering snow-capped peaks and more than 70 miles of rugged Pacific Ocean coastline, a natural wonderland spanning nearly a million acres, encompasses three distinct ecosystems, and offers year-round adventure and exploration for all ages and interests.

Wander past waterfalls under a canopy of old-growth trees. Cast a line for something wild. Dip your paddle in deep waters or rushing rivers, or soak in some serenity in a hot-springs pool. From pristine beaches to untouched wilderness, you can experience some of the most scenic and popular destinations in the country, or opt for your own unique adventure off the beaten path.

It’s all here, all year round—from hiking, biking, camping, birding, road tripping and more. 

As you approach Bainbridge Island by ferry or bridge, glimpse the quiet harbors and homes along the rocky shoreline and the densely forested hills. This vibrant, diverse community rich in history, culture, and natural beauty is ready for you to explore!

Explore Bainbridge Island, WA

  • Highly Rated Schools: Bainbridge Island is known for its top-rated public schools, such as Bainbridge High School, Woodward Middle School, and several excellent elementary schools.

  • Private Schools: The island also offers private education options, including the esteemed Bainbridge Island Montessori School.

  • Community Involvement: Schools on the island emphasize community engagement and offer a range of extracurricular activities and clubs.

  • Winslow Way: The island's main shopping district, Winslow Way, features a variety of boutiques, bookstores, and art galleries.

  • Local Markets: Explore the local farmers' markets for fresh produce, artisanal goods, and unique crafts.

  • Convenient Retail: In addition to specialty shops, there are larger retail stores for everyday needs.

  • Outdoor Recreation: Enjoy hiking, biking, and exploring miles of trails at places like Grand Forest and Gazzam Lake Nature Preserve.

  • Water Activities: The island's waterfront location offers opportunities for kayaking, boating, and fishing.

  • Parks and Beaches: Relax in parks such as Fay Bainbridge Park, which features sandy beaches and stunning views of the Puget Sound.

  • Dining: Experience diverse dining options ranging from casual cafes to fine dining establishments offering locally sourced cuisine.

  • Arts and Culture: Bainbridge Island is home to a vibrant arts scene, with the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, galleries, and theaters hosting regular exhibitions and performances.

  • Community Events: Year-round events such as the annual Bainbridge Island Grand Old 4th celebration and the Bainbridge Island Farmers Market bring residents together.

  • Historical Sites: Explore the island's history at places like the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial.

  • Ferry Access: Convenient ferry service connects Bainbridge Island to downtown Seattle, making it easy to commute for work or leisure.

  • Bike-Friendly: The island is bike-friendly with designated paths and lanes for cycling enthusiasts.

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