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Darling, Secluded Bellingham, Washington Home for Sale
3 Huckleberry Ct., Bellingham, Washington 98229
Note: This home has a pending offer now.
Tucked beside scenic Bellingham Bay in lush northwestern Washington, Bellingham is the site of this darling secluded condominium for sale. It is nestled in the forest in a community called Sudden Valley and has two bedrooms, one bath and 844 square feet. Built in 1977, it has an asking price of $285,000.
A leafy driveway leads up to the house, which has a wood exterior and sits next to a greenbelt and a creek.
Inside, the carpet is tan, the ceilings are tall and the walls are blue and white. The living area has a gas fireplace and large glass sliding doors that exit onto the large, wraparound deck overlooking the woods.
The kitchen features a green and white tile floor, white appliances, tan countertops and plenty of white cabinets. Both bedrooms have a window with a leafy view. The bath is black, gray and white with a shower and tub. A washer and dryer are in a separate room.
Sudden Valley has nearly 7,000 residents. Amenities include miles of hiking trails, a lake, beaches, two swimming pools, tennis courts, a recreation center, an 18-hole golf course, a library, a marina and more.
The HOA fee is $144 per month.
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Washington was the 42nd state to enter the union on November 11, 1889. The initial state constitution proposed women's suffrage and prohibition. Both ideas were removed from the final document. Women did not gain the right to vote in the Evergreen State until 1910.
The country's 18th largest state has six distinct geographic areas. The northwest corner contains the rugged Olympic Mountains. The Coast Range, in Washington's southwest corner, include the Willapa Hills. The Rocky Mountains and Cascade Mountains also cut through the state. The Columbia Plateau has fertile land. A large portion of the population lives in the Puget Sound Lowlands. Ports like Anacortes and Skagit have helped the state maintain its role as a leader in trade.
West of the Cascades, the climate can be mild and humid. Washingtonians east of the Cascades may experience warmer summers and cooler winters. Annual precipitation there can be as little as six inches. Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms are a rarity, but coastal flooding, freezing rain, and high winds are possibilities.
Pacific Rim commerce is a major economic driver. Other key businesses are the manufacture of jet aircraft, computer software development, online retailing, mining, tourism, and wood products. Washington contributes red raspberries, apples, and hops to the nation's food basket. It leads the country in hydro-electric power generation.
Washington is the only state in the Union to be named after a president. It's highest point, Mt. Ranier, was named after a British soldier who fought against America in the Revolutionary War.
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