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18615 Augusta Avenue NE | Just Listed by Susan Grosten

By Susan Grosten | May 1, 2021

18615 Augusta Avenue NE | New Construction in Suquamish WA Welcome to 18615 Augusta Avenue NE! A rare opportunity to own a finely built new construction home with wonderful attention to detail and craftsmanship.     The main floor has an open/airy feeling with generous windows, glass doors out the a sunny deck and vaulted […]

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Bainbridge Island Grocery Stores

Bainbridge Island Grocery Stores

By Susan Grosten | Apr 23, 2021

Bainbridge Island Grocery Stores For a small community, Bainbridge Island offers many options for grocery shopping. Neighborhood grocery stores, supermarkets, boutique specialty stores, and small convenience stores can be found across the island.   Bainbridge Island Grocery Stores:  Supermarkets   Town and Country Nicknamed “T&C” by locals, Town & Country has served the community as […]

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Just Listed by Susan Grosten on Walden Lane

7965 NE Walden Lane Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

By Susan Grosten | Apr 15, 2021

Just Listed!   Welcome to 7965 NE Walden Lane! Tucked away on a quiet lane surrounded by mature trees and sunny terraces, this charming home represents an oasis of privacy just minutes from downtown. 965 NE Walden Lane.     Timeless charm abounds in this storybook home. Inside, you’ll find hardwood floors on the main […]

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2213 NE Victorian Lane Unit #D | Just Listed by Susan Grosten

By Susan Grosten | Apr 1, 2021

2213 NE Victorian Lane Unit #D | Victorian Lane Condominiums Welcome to 2213 NE Victorian Lane.  The Victorian Lane Condominiums, were formerly the Officer’s Quarters in historic Fort Ward.      Enjoy gracious living in this beautiful condo in the heart of sunny Fort Ward, on the south end of Bainbridge Island.     Stunning […]

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How 2020 Changed the Way We See Our Homes

By Susan Grosten | Mar 4, 2021

Last year, COVID-19 prompted a shift in the way we live, and in homebuyers’ needs. We all sought out different ways to stay safe and live comfortably during the pandemic. Here are on Bainbridge Island, we saw – and we’re still seeing – eager buyers who have specific ideas around what home now means to […]

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Meadowmeer Neighborhood Bainbridge Island

Bainbridge Neighborhood: Meadowmeer

By Susan Grosten | Feb 23, 2021

Meadowmeer Neighborhood Bainbridge Island   Centrally located on Bainbridge Island, the Meadowmeer neighborhood offers a quiet but amenity-rich lifestyle. Primarily sited around the golf course, the Meadowmeer neighborhood was designed with form and function. Smaller streets and cul-de-sacs promote a safe place for walking, biking, and chalk art in the streets. Having an elevated altitude […]

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Helpline House Bainbridge Island

By Susan Grosten | Feb 7, 2021

Helpline House Bainbridge Island   I am currently reading Kristin Hannah’s newest book “The Four Winds”.  A Bainbridge Island resident and best-selling author, Ms. Hannah writes beautiful, historically-based fiction. The story revolves around farmers whose lives are turned upside down by the phenomenon called The Dust Bowl; the worst man-made ecological disaster in American history. […]

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Bainbridge Island Coffee Shops

Coffee Shops and Bakeries of Bainbridge Island

By Susan Grosten | Jan 6, 2021

Coffee | Cupcakes | Chocolate | Comfort   Cold and rainy days always call for ways to find comfort and be soothed by hot coffee and baked goods, which means a good bakery is indispensable these days. From market classics serving up traditional French pastries to a variety of savory treats; the shops on this […]

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Arms Around Bainbridge Island

By Susan Grosten | Jun 25, 2020

Arms Around Bainbridge Island Arms Around Bainbridge began in 2007 with seven friends, a 30-mile swim around Bainbridge Island and one goal: to provide financial and emotional support to a friend as she battled ovarian cancer. Since it’s inception, Arms Around Bainbridge has grown to feature bicyclists, rowers, and walkers. I had the pleasure of […]

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