Bainbridge Island is located west of Seattle in Puget Sound. Homes for sale in Bainbridge Island include foreclosures (bank-owned homes), short sales, new construction, luxury and traditional resale homes. Home styles range from condos to townhomes and single-family homes.
Bainbridge Island is an upscale island located just a short ferry ride west of Seattle. Technically a part of Kitsap County, many residents commute into Seattle and King County daily on the ferries. Bainbridge Island is about 5 miles wide and 10 miles long, covering nearly 20,000 acres. With a population of 23,000, this bedroom community has become well-known to residents on both sides of Puget Sound and even named one of the best places to live in the country by CNN/Money. The downtown district of Bainbridge Island, known as Winslow, is easily accessed by foot from the ferry docks and provides potential for a car-free lifestyle for the Seattle commuter.
Bainbridge Island has beautiful museums such as Bainbridge Island Museum of Art in 550 Winslow Way E, Kids Discovery Museum in 301 Ravine Ln NE, and Bainbridge Island Historical Museum in 215 Ericksen Ave NE. There are many shops and restaurants near the museums. The famous restaurants in the city are Bruciato in 236 Winslow Way E, Doc's Marina Grill in 403 Madison Ave S, Harbour Public House in 231 Parfitt Way SW, Isla Bonita in 316 Winslow Way E, and Streamliner Diner in 397 Winslow Way E.
The most visited park in the city is The Bloedel Reserve at 7571 NE Dolphin Dr. It's a well-maintained park with a small waterfall, small ponds, an old mansion, and flowers. Other green spaces you will find in Bainbridge Island are Manzanita Park, Battle Point Park, Grand Forest West, Grand Forest East, Gazzam Lake Nature Preserve, Fort Ward Park, Hawley Cove Park, Wing Point Golf & Country Club, and Meadowmeer Golf & Country Club. If you're looking for a beachfront park for picnics, camping, and kayaking, check out Fay Bainbridge Park at 15446 Sunrise Drive NE.
Bainbridge Island School District serves the students in Bainbridge Island. The public schools in the city are Bainbridge High School, Woodward Middle School, Sonoji Sakai Intermediate School, Ordway Elementary School, Capt. Charles Wilkes Elementary School, and Capt. Johnston Blakely Elementary School. The Private schools in Bainbridge Island are Hyla Middle School (6-8), Carden Country School (K-8), The Island School (K-5), St. Cecilia Catholic School (PK-8), Madrona School (PK-8), and Montessori Country School (PK-6). And the public library is Bainbridge Public Library at 1270 Madison Ave N. See all new listings in Bainbridge Island on SeattleHome.com.
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