Bainbridge Island is a beautiful, rural, wooded island with great public schools, abundant recreation and a small town way of life that’s to be admired. And it’s as close as you can be to Seattle while still having Puget Sound in between as a buffer. Sports, jobs, arts, education, entertainment – Seattle has it all and it’s a 35 minute ferry ride away.
Bainbridge Island welcomed its first visitors in 1792, and has since become a historical hub, ever enhancing, while still staying rooted in its history. Winslow Way, Bainbridge’s city center, has flourished with modern and quaint shops while maintaining the island’s charm. This central street draws in the 23,000 residents to experience the island living lifestyle and community a small island has to offer. With 28 square miles of land, you will find plenty of property options within a short drive to the central area of the island.
Families have benefited from the highly ranked public schools and strong connections within the small school district. A unique blend of community and opportunity are combined through small town living and a 35 minute ferry ride to all that Seattle has to offer. Sports, jobs, arts, education, entertainment-Seattle has it all. Beautiful Puget Sound acts as a buffer from the bustling city to maintain our quiet island life.
The Pacific Northwest has stunning outdoor views and Bainbridge Island is no different with it’s spectacular, rural, wooded, 1600 acres of parkland. There are countless home grown activities with beaches, bays, marinas, parks, hiking, biking, and kayaking. In addition, across the Agate Pass bridge is the entire Kitsap Peninsula, Hood Canal and majestic Olympic Peninsula beyond. Bainbridge Island provides numerous activities for every outdoor enthusiast.
With the island lifestyle, the small-town community, and the great outdoors, Bainbridge Island has it all. But most importantly, the people of Bainbridge Island are the nicest you’ll find anywhere.