Elegant, One of a Kind Anacortes Home with Gorgeous Views!

15107 Bridgeway Dr


Located in Anacortes’ Deception Pass Estates, 15107 Bridgeway Dr. (MLS # 1102465) is listed for $800,000 and features elegant architectural design and beautiful views of Similk Bay, Hope Island and The Cascades.

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Built in 1999, the home is approximately 3,464 square feet with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and sits on about 2.5 acres and has 2 decks, a large back patio and huge unfinished basement. Its open floor plan and high ceilings are perfect for entertaining and each guest will be greeted with captivating views when they walk through the door!

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All bedrooms also feature picturesque views and the master suite has French doors, fireplace, huge master bath and tub.

For more information or to schedule a showing of this Anacortes property, contact Jean Groesbeck & Assoc. LLC., located in Old Town Anacortes, at (360) 941-3734 or at Jean@JeanGroesbeck.com.

Community Profile: Whidbey Island


Deception Pass Bridge, a National Historic Monument since 1982, is actually two spans that link Whidbey Island to Fidalgo Island (Anacortes) over Canoe Pass and Deception Pass. The bridge is one of the scenic wonders and destinations of the Pacific Northwest.

With a population of nearly 72,000 people, Whidbey Island is the largest island in Washington State, sitting between Seattle and the Olympic Peninsula. Whidbey is home to the cities and towns of Oak Harbor, Coupeville, Langley, Freeland, Greenbank, Clinton, and Bayview; all of which fit snugly into Island County.

Oak Harbor is Whidbey Island’s largest incorporated city and home to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. Named for the Garry Oak trees which grace its skyline, the city’s growth coincided with two major events: the building of Deception Pass Bridge on July 31, 1935, and the completion of Naval Air Station Whidbey Island on September 21, 1942.

Whidbey Island’s popularity stems from the amazing views of Puget Sound and the plethora of tourist activities available. Explore the waters of Puget Sound on a scuba diving adventure, glide across the sea in silence on a kayak trip to visit the orca and gray whales, sea lions and seals, starfish and crab, and eagles and the porpoises!

For thousands of years, the only people who occupied Whidbey Island were the four Pacific Northwest Indian Tribes. In the spring of 1792, Captain George Vancouver explored the area and named every mountain, island, and waterway he could find. Whidbey Island was named on June 10, 1792 after Joseph Whidbey who proved it was an island when he discovered Deception Pass.

Aside from the Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, the island has a strong military history. In 1890, the construction of Fort Casey began. The three-fort defense system was built by the US Army to protect the entrance to Puget Sound. Along with this fort, Fort Flagler and Fort Worden, which are located on the Olympic Peninsula, make up the “Triangle of Fire.” Twenty years after Fort Casey was built, it became the fourth largest military post and was no doubt the most beautiful. Fort Casey is open to the public, allowing visitors to climb on the ladders to inspect the guns, walk along bluff-side bunkers, and through the dark tunnels of the past.

March 19: Free State Parks Day


Deception Pass and other parks throughout Washington will allow entrance without a Discover Pass on Sunday, March 19, in recognition of Washington State Parks turning 104 years old.

The Discover Pass is regularly $30 for an annual pass and $10 for a day pass and is required for vehicle access to state recreation lands managed by Washington State Parks, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Department of Natural Resources.

Additional free days this year include April 15, April 22, June 3, and June 10.

For more information, visit www.DiscoverPass.wa.gov.

Deception Pass Park Foundation

Deception Pass State Park is a gem of the Washington State Parks system.  They provide recreational and educational opportunities for many visitors.  From the Rosario Tide Pools to the summit of Goose Rock and the old growth of Hoypus Hill, the park encompasses over 4,000 breathtaking acres.  With over 2.5 million visitors each year, protecting the legacy as a premier park is a challenge.  Please help us in preserving this special place for future generations.  There are many renovation projects that the Deception Pass Park Foundation is dedicated to completing.  Wondering how you can personally contribute to the Foundation?  Make a donation to this non-profit organization to help enhance the future of this amazing  park.  Visit www.deceptionpassfoundation.org for more information or call 360-675-3767 ext. 26

If you’re interested in purchasing or selling a home in the Deception Pass area, contact one of our agents at 360-293-4511, we are open 7 days a week.

Catchin’ at Deception Pass State Park

Another reason why Anacortes is a great place to live!

Check out the salmon caught on the Whidbey Island side of Deception Pass State Park!  Several neighbors of mine from Guemes Island caught these casting from the beach! 

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Karen Everett

Coldwell Banker Island Living