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Serving the Sound Real Estate

Offers a variety of buying and selling solutions in King, Pierce, Thurston, Clallam, Lewis, Kitsap County, and beyond. No home or property for sale on the Puget Sound is too large or too small for our team.

Whether you are currently located in this captivating area or planning to relocate here, the Pacific Northwest becomes lodged in the hearts of those who are lucky enough to live here. The PNW has a mixed climate, depending on where each community is located. Some areas have the typical Pacific Northwest rainfall, while others sit in the rain shadow of the mountains and enjoy more moderate climates. Regardless of your location, you can enjoy outdoor activities and a healthy, successful lifestyle in the communities of northwest Washington.

King County is home to Seattle, one of the largest, most popular, and well-known cities in Washington. The city is situated on an isthmus between Puget Sound and Lake Washington and enjoys inspiring views of the water, mountains, and evergreen forests. If you want big-city living with an outdoor feel, Seattle and King County might just be the answer. 

Pierce County offers a variety of Washington homes for sale, located on the east shore of Puget Sound in the west-central part of the state, on a lovely peninsula surrounded by water. Pierce County boasts cities such as Tacoma, Puyallup, Lakewood, Gig Harbor, and more. 

Gig Harbor has an attractive historic waterfront with shops and fine dining that make it a popular tourist stop. Located 20 minutes from Tacoma via bridge and only an hour away from Seattle, this quaint town is great for anyone who wants to live near the water but still be close to a larger city.

Across Carr Inlet, the Key Peninsula is home to smaller towns, two state parks, and a single school district with several elementary schools that feed into one high school in Purdy.

Kitsap County is located on a peninsula across Puget Sound from Seattle and is best known for the presence of the United States Navy. Surrounded mainly by water, residents connect to other counties primarily by ferry and the Hood Canal Bridge in Port Gamble. The county is roughly divided into north and south regions, with Silverdale marking the bottom of the northern region and Bremerton topping the southern part. The largest city is Bremerton, which is tucked into a picturesque inlet. Seattle is only a half-hour ferry ride away from this unique location.

Although the Pacific Northwest is known for its rainfall, Port Angeles sits in the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains, making it significantly less rainy than Seattle. The deep-water harbor serves as a maritime hub for businesses that operate in the Pacific Rim and Puget Sound. 

Jefferson County is bounded by the Pacific Ocean on the west and Puget Sound on the east, with Mount Olympus and Olympic National Park occupying most of the middle. Mason County lies to the southeast of Jefferson County, nestled into the west Puget Sound area, with ample shoreline on the eastern border and the Olympic National Forest occupying the northwest corner. 

Lewis County is located just south of Pierce County and Thurston County. It contains the gorgeous Chehalis River, as well as the vast Cowlitz River. The Cascade Mountains are present throughout the 2,436 square miles of Lewis County. The large city of Centralia also lies in Lewis County, along with Napavine, Mossyrock, and more. The county was named after Meriwether Lewis, a co-caption from the famous Lewis and Clark Expedition. It is a great place to see amazing museums and go golfing and river fishing.

Thurston County is located right above Lewis County and is overlooked by Mason County and Pierce County. The county has a number of school districts, including North Thurston, Olympia, and Rainier. The Black River and the Nisqually River can be visited here, as well as many cities, including Lacey, Olympia, Tenino, and Tumwater. There are many ways to stay busy in Thurston County, from visiting museums and spending time at parks too exploring the beautiful wildlife and waterfalls.

Clallam County contains Mount Angeles, Cape Flattery, Clallam River, and Dungeness Spit. Clallam County neighbors Jefferson County, which is located just to the southeast. Clallam is home to many beautiful areas, including the Olympic National Park and Forest and many wildlife refuges. The famous Twilight was set here as well!