X

Anacortes Real Estate Search

Anacortes

anacortes

There’s something magical about an area where bald eagles regularly soar above you, Mount Baker beckons from the distance, the water is blue, and the sunrises and sunsets take your breath away. Whether you’re a kayaker, whale watcher, mountain biker, camper or boater, our parks, beaches and forests – and our proximity to salt and fresh water – offer you access to some of the best recreational opportunities in the Pacific Northwest.

Anacortes is also home to several community events that attract thousands of visitors each year, including the Anacortes Arts Festival, Anacortes Jazz Festival, Waterfront Festival, The Oyster Run, First Friday Art Walks and Shipwreck Day to name just a few.

If you’ve ever wanted to live in an area that is truly stunning no matter which direction you look, come see Anacortes and Fidalgo Island.

  • LATEST COMMUNITY INFORMATION

March 22nd, 2017

How to Start a Renovation and Where to Begin

  Working on your home can be a daunting prospect. Your mind may be flooded with ideas. You may be overloaded with advice from family and friends. You may be grappling with big questions, such as: Should we stay or should we move? Should we extend or simply tweak the space we already have? The biggest obstacle can …

continue reading →

March 16th, 2017

Six Key Factors That Affect the Sales Price of Your Home

Pricing a home for sale is not nearly as simple as most people think. You can’t base the price on what the house down the street sold for. You can’t depend on tax assessments. Even automatic valuation methods (AVMs), while useful for a rough estimate of value, are unreliable for purposes of pricing a home for …

continue reading →

March 13th, 2017

3 DIY Renovation Ideas You Might Want to Steal

Our series on reader renovations of kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms has garnered many comments, with plenty of readers chiming in about the features they love. Here, we round up some of the brightest ideas from the Reader Projects featured so far. Perhaps you’d like to try them in your own project.   Reader …

continue reading →