Licensed in WA
Trina is a broker with Fay Ranches in Washington state, where she recently returned to reside in her rural hometown in Southwest Washington. She obtained her real estate license in 2016. As a life-long resident of the Pacific Northwest, she appreciates the variety of outdoor activities that the region has to offer. This lifestyle drives her passion for real estate, focusing on the conservation of farms, recreational land, and open spaces. She also has extensive work experience in law and justice, which serves her well in the real estate industry. She is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Realtors Land Institute.
While growing up in a small timber and farming community and later living at the southern end of Puget Sound, Trina engaged in a variety of outdoor activities. Going to the mountains included trail riding, hiking, and snow skiing in the winter. Visiting the many rivers, lakes, and coastal beaches had water skiing and clam digging. While living near Puget Sound, Trina belonged to the South Sound Sailing Society and Olympia Yacht Club and spent several years competing in sailboat races.
While still attending high school, Trina worked part-time for a law firm. This began a 30+ year career in the legal and judicial field. Working in a Prosecutor’s Office, the Attorney General’s Office, the Thurston County Superior Court, and the Administrative Office of the Courts, Trina has had exposure to all types of litigation, including civil litigation, land disputes, and land use petition act cases. During this time, she also invested personally in real estate, focusing on preserving and renovating older homes.
Trina enjoys traveling and has spent time in France, London, Mexico, Hawaii, Jamaica, the Bahamas, the Virgin Islands, and many places in the United States. Her previous job with the State of Washington took her to many remote locations within the state. When at home, she enjoys home improvement projects and spending time with her two rescue cats, Pistol and Isabelle.
4 Active Properties Listed by Trina Walpole
Nestled in the heart of Washington’s wine country, on the southwesterly bluffs of Goodnoe Hills, this property offers captivating views of the Columbia River Gorge. Goodnoe Station Vineyards’ prime location is flanked by the Olympic and Cascade Mountain Ranges and bordered by the Columbia River, allowing for the cultivation of grapes with exceptional character and complexity. Goodnoe Station Vineyards shares the latitude of 46° North with the finest French and Italian vintners in the world.
Nasty Creek II is a rare opportunity to own some of Washington’s rugged wilderness near urban amenities. The acreage is comprised of 64% timberland and 36% rangeland, with vistas overlooking rolling hills and valleys. These numerous vistas provide prime camping and off-grid building sites. Located 30 miles west of Yakima, the land is bordered by Department of Natural Resources land & sits within the Cowiche Game Unit (386), known as an ideal destination for hunting game, including deer and elk.
This rare opportunity to own acres of timbered coastal property along the rugged and remote shoreline of Washington lures nature lovers and beachcombers alike, offering pristine beauty and the serene ambiance of beach life. Across the road from the majestic Pacific Ocean, it boasts picturesque landscapes with plateaus presenting options: cozy cottages with ocean views to spacious homes surrounded by lush greenery. Embrace the wonders of beachcombing, clam digging, fishing, crabbing, and more.
Rich in native grasses, wildflowers, moisture, and incredible views, The Monse Highlands in Washington is a cattle or horse rancher’s dream. With enough acreage to keep a good herd happy and numerous building sites to choose from, this property is sure to impress. Quality access roads, partially new fencing, and close proximity to power create an opportunity that would take little effort and finances to improve this into the property of your dreams.
2 Listings Sold by Trina Walpole
Whether you’re looking for your primary residence or a second home for seasonal living, this ranch is a unique opportunity to own a luxury home in a rural Washington setting. Tinker in your workshop and enjoy the professionally landscaped yard with tranquil water features. Stay close to home and perfect your culinary skills in the chef’s kitchen. Sit by the stone fireplace on your covered outdoor patio, or take a short walk across the street to the golf course. Recreational opportunities abound.
This unique Washington property offers privacy and open spaces ideal for those desiring a self-sufficient lifestyle. Garden, raise cattle, and hunt wild game such as deer and elk on the property during hunting season. Go to the river and fish for steelhead, coho salmon, and trout, or just enjoy watching the beaver and river otter frolic. Ride ATVs and camp under the stars on warm summer nights. This property offers the opportunity to get away from it all while still being close to necessary amenities.