Take a closer look at this tiny house in Sedro Woolley, Washington, which has 399 square feet of living area, three bedrooms, and one bathroom. The beautiful house for sale is the ideal location to plan your Lake Whatcom vacation escape and enjoy everything this cottage/community has to offer.
This 3-bedroom home with a double-sided fireplace and a well decorated and wide fenced yard. The cottage is a one-of-a-kind creation with Infratech deck heaters, ample storage, and a shed that backs up to green space. You’ll appreciate the 1,700 feet of communal lakefront, docks, boathouse, tennis, pool, playground, and events, as well as a boat buoy. You will undoubtedly fall in love with this magnificent house.
The little house is in a fantastic location in Sedro Woolley, Washington, with enough to see and do. Roozengaarde Display Garden, Trainwreck Bar, Samish Bay Cheese, Tulip Town, Skagit’s Fish Market, North Cascades Institute Skagit Tours, Day Tours, Skagit Speedway, Skagit Valley Casino, Heritage Flight Museum, and Eagle Haven Winery are just a few of the popular activities to attempt.
Because it is situated on the western side of the spectacular Cascade Mountain Range in northwest Washington State, Sedro-Woolley is known as the Gateway to the North Cascades. It is located on Highway 20 north of Seattle and south of Bellingham, Washington, near the banks of the Skagit River.
Display Garden Roozengaarde RoozenGaarde began as a modest exhibition garden and retail shop in 1985. Washington Bulb Co, Inc. was able to reach out to the many individual flower aficionados and gardeners who desired direct access to WBC’s wonderful products with this innovation.
Every day of the year, flowers and floral arrangements are available. Tulip Festival apparel, gardening tools and literature, and unusual home and garden items are all available in the Roozengaarde Display Garden gift shop.
The initial exhibition garden has grown to approximately 3.5 acres, with over a quarter million spring-flowering bulbs planted each year. This number includes 85 different tulip varieties, 25 different daffodil variations, as well as hyacinths, crocuses, and irises.
The three railroads that served the towns of Sedro and Woolley were crucial to the development of this attractive area. The Northern Pacific, formerly the Seattle, Lake Shore, and Eastern, traveled north to south, the Great Northern ran east to west, connecting downriver communities with the wooded areas along the upper Skagit, and the Fairhaven and Southern ended at Cook’s Wharf in Sedro.
Woolley was severely slowed by two catastrophic fires in 1891 and 1893, which drastically slowed its growth. Both communities were experiencing economic difficulties at the time, and it became evident that a merger would benefit them both.
Neither town, however, was willing to give up its name. Sedro-Woolley was the official name of the newly united town, which was incorporated on December 19, 1898, after much dispute. The descendants of the town’s founding families, as well as several historical buildings, keep the town tied to its past.
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