Ready to leave the city in 2023 and make your small farm dreams a reality? A one-of-a-kind 7-acre estate with over 650 feet of waterfront just hit the market in Silverdale.
The estate comes with two homes, one built in the 1930s and the other built-in 1969. While they have potential, the land is what’s so special, and here’s why.
The double parcel estate is almost more like a park than a residential property. You’ll find bamboo & reeds lining the four freshwater ponds on the property. The waterworks don’t end there though, there’s also a salmon stream and four artesian wells. Not enough for you? You can walk down to your very own oyster beds, which are a potential source of income that happen to be surrounded by whispering aspens.
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Did we mention the estate has 650 feet of waterfront? If you’re a nature level, this estate is certainly for you. You can kayak from your own home, watch the wildlife, and of course enjoy the shellfish bounties of the Pacific Northwest.
When it comes to the homes on the property the home built in 1969 has the MCM wood paneling you know and love. It also has large windows making the home a perfect place to enjoy the views of the Olympics. The 1930s home could use some updating, but with a little love, this estate could easily become your dream home.
Psst, there’s also a 12-car garage and a 3,500 square foot barn. If you want more, it will cost you $4.5 million and is listed by Windermere.
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