I understand trying to get away from restrictive covenants, aka CC&Rs, and there are some properties in the Sequim area without CC&Rs. Not very many, but some that were not originally part of a subdivision. CC&Rs are going to be part of every new subdivision everywhere in the U.S., but you can occasionally find a property that is not part of a subdivision or was chopped off a farm property with a couple of other lots 20 or 30 years ago, and the old farmer didn’t create CC&Rs.
With no CC&Rs, you won’t have the common restrictions most properties have, like no chickens, no mobile homes, no commercial livestock, no shooting guns, and so on. Of course, you could still be in a land use zone that prohibits these things. You’ll find an article on CC&Rs that you might enjoy at:
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