The small town of Sequim has grown significantly in the past 30 years, gaining popularity for its mild climates, limitless recreational activities, and small-town appeal. Located along the Dungeness River on the west side of the north sloop in Clallam County, Washington, Sequim is home to more than 30 lavender farms, three golf courses, and a herd of Roosevelt elk. Known for its commercial farming of lavender and its world-famous Dungeness crab, there is sure to be something for everyone.
With an active arts community and a vibrant downtown full of local shopping and dining, it’s bursting with small-town charm. Sequim is conveniently positioned between many popular cities and makes for a great add-on stop or basecamp for an Olympic national park adventure. It is situated on the peninsula’s north end, making areas like Hurricane Ridge and Lake Crescent the most accessible and popular for outdoor enthusiasts. After a long day of adventuring, be sure to refuel with a bite to eat at the popular Black Bear Diner or have a drink with the locals.
Don’t miss this opportunity to invest in this 25.03± acres with a city-approved plat for 100-plus lots. This property overlooks the town of Sequim, with a stunning view of Mount Rainer and a view of the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the upper portions of the site. Whether you hold on and conserve it, build a compound, or develop a residential community, there’s endless opportunity. It offers city sewer and water, power at the road, and city-maintained streets for easy development. Sequim, located just 20 miles from Port Angeles and a short ferry ride to beautiful Victoria, Canada, is full of parks, hiking trails, wildlife, and ubiquitous outdoor recreational activities to enjoy year-round.