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A quiet retreat with breathtaking views on the eastern shore of Hood Canal

Come stay at our very private, beautiful, Cape Cod Saltbox beach house alongside Thomas Creek. It is newly built, with wide plank fir floors and porches, and Northwest architectural features designed by Andrew Borges of Seattle's Rohleder Borges Architecture. The interior was designed by Michelle Burgess Design.

The 1 1/2 acre landscaped property faces west with 150 ft of low bank waterfront. The north side is flanked by a salmon-bearing creek that hosts a Chum and Silver Salmon run every fall.

Holly Beach House was featured in the October 2013 issue of Coastal Living Magazine and will be featured in the Seattle Times Pacific Magazine in the fall of 2014.


4 bedrooms

4 sleeping nooks

Guest house (sleeps 2)

Soaking tub room

3 bathrooms

100 year old limestone fireplace imported from France

At the beach there is a swim raft, paddle boat, oyster opening table, inner tubes, firepit,  horseshoe pit, and a kayak. Swimming is cold but refreshing, and the beach is mostly sandy with some smooth rocks and oysters. On the beach one can dig for manila clams and harvest Hood Canal's renowned Pacific oysters.

Photo: Michelle Burgess Design
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