Here are some Video Logs (Vlogs) I have Done
Sandy Point is a waterfront community that is situated on a small peninula south west of Ferndale. Sandy Point has many waterfront homes on it’s west side with outstanding bay and island views looking west to the Straits of Georgia, and the San Juan and Gulf Islands, these homes offer gorgeous sunset views. On the east side of peninsula there are many homes with awesome water views and fantastic views of Mt. Baker.Boaters here at Sandy Point have easy access to the San Juan Islands. Sandy Point has it’s own boat moorage that is well protected by an inside canal system. There are many homes that sit along the canal and have docks with private moorage.
Sandy Point has it’s own Marina which has secure moorage for about 60 boats as well as a launch ramp and gas dock for it’s members. They have a clubhouse with meeting rooms and a covered BBQ area and secure storage facility for boats and trailers.
The Sandy Point community has a golf course for it’s members with great views of Lummi Bay, Mt. Baker and the San Juan Islands.
The Sandy Point Clubhouse has a large outdoor heated pool for Summertime use.
If your looking for a waterfront home you might want to consider Sandy Point.
Here are the Sandy Point homes on the market right now.
If you would like any information about these homes or to make an appointment to see them give me a call at 360-739-6981 or send me an email.
One of Bellingham’ s most popular parks is Bloedel Donovan Park. It is at the northwest end of Lake Whatcom. On any sunny summer day, the place is a small sea of humanity, lots of folks with their blankets spread out on the grass and the kids swimming and playing in the water. Picnicker’s abound and the boat parking lot is full of boat trailers. Water skiers, share the lake with kayakers and jet skis. In the winter it’s on off leash area for dogs.
There are many great Lake front and Lake View homes around the lake. If your intersted in seeing any give me a call
One of the great things about living in Bellingham is the close proximity to lots of
great things to see and do.
The Skagit Valley tulip fields are a short drive south, a drive down Chuckanut Drive to get there makes for a great trip. The tulips have finally arrived in the Skagit Valley, it has been a bit of a cold spring so the tulips have been a bit slow in blooming this year.
There is plenty of color in the valley, and lots of fields just starting to show color, so there is still at least another week to be able to see a great show of whole field covered in color. The 3 acre display garden at Roozengaarde is just awesome as usual.