Fall in Love with Camano Island and this Beautiful, Rare 5+ Acre Waterfront Property

In the early 1970s, I have vivid memories of hiking up from the beach with my father and uncle, as we explored various properties that were up for sale. Our goal was to find a lot that offered the best access to the beach. During the summers, we would continuously move from our cozy fireside gatherings "up on top" to the beautiful "private beach" below. My mother would call out instructions from above, guiding us on which trees to trim in order to enhance the breathtaking views of the bay and mountains. We would set up camp in our trailers and tents, creating lasting bonds and cherished memories with our family and friends. It truly was an extraordinary way to experience childhood.

Over the years, we had contemplated the idea of developing our property. Situated on approximately 1.50 acres of flat land, the site had received approval for the construction of a spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom house accompanied by a 3 car garage in 2014. Moreover, the placement of the well and septic system adhered to the property's easements and boundaries. To ensure convenient access, an access driveway had been expertly bulldozed in. However, circumstances took an unexpected turn as we relocated to another state, leaving our children to also establish their lives in different parts of the country. Consequently, the once-promising island property lay untouched, with nobody making use of its potential.

It is time to welcome new owners and allow them to create their own lasting memories in this amazing destination.

For Sale: $399,500

More Details:

Electric hookups are available at the site, providing convenient access to electricity. In order to establish a water source, it is estimated that digging a well at a depth of 450 feet will cost approximately $36,500. Additionally, acquiring the necessary equipment from Aquatech Well Drilling and Pump will require an investment of $8,000 to $9,000. It is worth mentioning that due to the property's size exceeding 5 acres, we are exempt from undergoing the seawater intrusion review, as confirmed in an email exchange with Aneta Hupfauer, Ph.D., an environmental health specialist from the Public Health Department in Island County, Washington. The parcel number for the property is R33024-157-2380.

Contact Kelly if you are interested:


Email: kwiltermood@yahoo.com