MY TIME IN BRINNON
I spent many summers during my youth on Hood Canal. In 2005, I purchased a small cabin in Brinnon and made visits during time off from my regular jobs. I worked in education as a school principal and as a representative for Scholastic Publishing Company. I sold the home in Lake Stevens and moved into a fulltime home in Brinnon in 2014. I am active on the Brinnon School Board and publish the Brinnon Crier, local newspaper for the Senior Organization. I also served on the Lake Stevens City Council for years. I have been active in real esate in the Brinnon area since 2009. I also worked in real estate in the early 70's. I may be "retired" from my early careers but have not retired in my real estate activities.
I do know the area well. I also have helped clients find property in Port Townsend, Quilcene, Hoodsport, and Shelton.
I will provide you with the service that you expect from a real estate broker who has integrity. Once we connect and meet, I will serve and support you until you find that right piece of real estate. In this competitive market, you will need a broker who will tirelessly keep looking for your new purchase, confirming that each new piece that comes on the market has what you need.
I can help locate that piece of waterfront property, the cabin in the woods, a home in a community, or that piece of vacant land for a camp site now or for a future building. I will contribute 5% of my net commissions to local non-profits and organizations.
WHAT LIVING ON THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA HAS TO OFFER
I moved here to get away from the endless traffic and high taxes. Living on the Olympic Peninsula is a perfect place for retirement or for young folks who want to work from home. Brinnon is very small with a school, post office, grocery store and gas station, fire station, garden nursery, storage areas, some places to eat and many campgrounds. The Book Mobile comes twice a week. Major shopping is approximately 45 miles away in each direction with national stores, theaters, and cultural activities. (Port Townsend, Shelton, Sequim, Silverdale).
Olympia can be reached by driving south for about an hour on Highway 101, which is very scenic and not very crowded with vehicles. If you enjoy abundant seafood, we have it all here. (Fish, clams, oysters, shrimp, and crab). Hiking is close by in the Olympic National Forest and Park. Victoria, Canada can be visited by taking the ferry from Port Angeles, either by car or by foot. Forks, the location for the movie series Twilight, is just a few hours drive away. Once in that area, you can visit a real rain forest. Visiting the Pacific Ocean is also nearby and a great place to explore.