The pristine 3,000 SF+ 1970’s beach house still stands, with expansive, fashionable and casual quarters for family and friends, up to 30 if they unroll sleeping bags on the high pile living room carpet or pitch tents on the sea-sheltered lawn.

Manicured yet fundamentally unchanged through the years. A magic carpet ride, where vintage lamps cast their amber glow on acid-hued pillows.

70’s chic overlooking Saratoga Passage, a 75- minute drive from Seattle on 140 feet of saltwater frontage adjacent to a boat launch, ideal as either a sophisticated escape or home base for the Seattle commuter.

The massive stone fireplace, inspired by the Rat Pack era of its original owner, still beckons on stormy winter nights.

From a cozy loveseat, vistas of waves, miles of coastline, and the horizon where pleasure craft sway and gray whales make their stately progress.

Roll the dice. Parcheesi, backgammon, and cribbage await in the game closet. Shuffle and deal the cards and roll through the evening listening to the stereo as the sun sets over the Olympics.

Memories have been captured here, sepia-tinted or Polaroid. Snap your own.

Styled for today’s fashion shoots. The scene of hip parties and the next generation of cool.

Private setting at end of road

Water-facing deck

Sheltered in winter

Up to 30% less rain than Seattle

Fun for all ages

Short boat ride to Langley restaurants

Vibrant artistic community

Close to charming Bow Edison and antiquing in LaConner

Skagit Valley birding and tulips

Extensively showcased in media

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