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Charming waterfront cottage asks $799K

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Located on Washington’s Whidbey Island

A cottage in Washington. The facade is wood and there are trees surrounding the area. Photos by Tierra Dionne Photography

Washington is no stranger to impressive waterfront real estate. The latest to catch our eye is this three-bedroom, two-bath cottage in Coupeville, a town on Whidbey Island that’s the second oldest town in the state. The house is nestled in a park space above Penn Cove, an idyllic waterfront location with views to spare.

The 1,534-square-foot home was built in the historic craftsman style in 1860 and has since been updated with the addition of a master bedroom. Three different fireplaces add cozy charm no matter the weather, and the interior features exposed beams, well-placed windows, and timber walls.

A cute front garden adds curb appeal, while a deck provides panoramic views of Penn Cove, the Coupeville Wharf, and Mt. Baker. It’s a storybook house in an alluring location, the perfect retreat to getaway from it all.

Interested? 914 Colburn Street is on the market now for $799,000.

An aerial view of a cottage surrounded by trees. The trees are adjacent to a beach. In the distance is a pier.
The interior of a cottage. The walls, floors, and ceiling are wood. There are couches, chairs, a fireplace, and windows overlooking a body of water.
The interior dining and kitchen area of a cottage. There is a table, chairs, appliances, and a kitchen island.
The bedroom area in a cottage. There is a bed, fireplace, patterned area rug, and art on the walls. The ceiling is wooden and vaulted.
The bedroom area of a cottage. The ceiling is wooden and vaulted. There is a large white bed on a landing at the top of a wooden staircase.
A wooden deck with outdoor furniture. There is a table and chairs. The deck is surrounded by trees. In the distance is a body of water with a pier.