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Inviting Oak Harbor Home with Water Views for Sale
1199 SE 9th Ave., Apt 203, Oak Harbor, Washington 98277
Oak Harbor sits on the Washington State's Whidbey Island and is the site of this condominium with water views for sale. In a community called Casa Del Mar, the property actually sits back a bit from Pioneer Way, the road that runs parallel to the harbor, and it has two bedrooms, one and a half baths and 940 square feet. It was built in 1972, and the asking price is $292,000.
The exterior is brick with cedar shake siding, and the interior is light colored, with new, subtle gray carpeting. The kitchen has a stove, a dishwasher, a refridgerator, a stainless steel sink and tile flooring. The baths boast textured walls and a marbled sink. A washer and dryer are included, and the home has all new windows.
A nice, private wooden deck extends across the living room and one bedroom, affording sweeping water views. Sliding glass doors open onto the deck from the living room.
The HOA fee is $449 per month and includes water, sewer, trash and common area maintenance. During the past two years, the community has received fresh paint, new stairs and new composite decks, all thanks to new ownership.
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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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