How hard is it to find your ideal Sequim home or your perfect Sequim farm? Of course, that depends on a number of factors, including how specific your parameters are, and it depends on your timing. But what I am going to share in this article is that it is getting harder to find the ideal Sequim home or the ideal Sequim farm. It’s getting harder to find any specific unique Sequim real estate. If you want a simple subdivision home or a crackerbox home, and it doesn’t matter what year it was built, you won’t have any problem, but that is not what most retirees are looking for when they move to Sequim. Most people would prefer a custom home and something uniquely special, like this five acre Sequim farm.
Sequim Farm with Acreage
You can buy a nice home in Sequim or Port Angeles for $200,000 to $300,000. But in this price range you’re not going to get any acreage, and many of the homes are older homes built in the 1980’s or 1990’s. If you step up to $300,000 to $400,000, now you’re looking at some newer custom built homes with modern floor plans, custom kitchen cabinets and beautiful kitchen counters and modern appliances. And in this later price range, you will find some, but not many, properties with two to five acres. If you get lucky, your five acres will have an irrigation ditch running along the boundary. Very few properties do, but water is becoming very valuable these days, especially if you want to water animals or have a mini-orchard.
Sequim Farm or Special Homes
Here’s what I can do to help you find your unique Sequim home or Sequim farm. First, I have a powerful MLS site, and you can search for exactly what you want. You’ll find that site at Sequim MLS Online. Second, when you find some homes online that you like, you’ll want to know more about them or the area. You may need more photos. Email me with the listing address, and I’ll answer your questions. Chances are I’ve already shown that property and can tell you all about it. I’m Chuck Marunde, and it would be my privilege to serve you and help you find your Sequim home or your perfect Sequim farm.
Last Updated on September 21, 2019 by Chuck Marunde