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One of the world's premiere boating and coastal living destinations, Anacortes, WA, anchors the north end of Fidalgo Island, the easternmost - and most accessible - island in the San Juan Archipelago. While this city of about 16,400 residents frequently makes national "Best of" lists, it remains a mostly undiscovered gem, an authentic small town with a vibrant "pitch in and make it happen" lifestyle and endless opportunities for adventure, a mere sneaker walk away.

 
  
 
 
 
 
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We have many homes for sale on the water in Anacortes. Some of the homes have docks in their back yards, and other homes are located close to Marinas. Some of the Marinas in Anacortes have boat slips for sale, often called "condo slips" or dockominimums.

To search Anacortes waterfront homes for sale click on the link. You can use the - or + signs to expand your search of waterfront homes. We service waterfront properties through out NW Washington including Anacortes, Skyline, La Conner, Shelter Bay, Whidbey Island, Oak Harbor, Bellingham, Camano Island, and Lakefront properties throughout Skagit County.

Please call our Anacortes real estate office for assistance in your home search at (360) 941-3734.

Starting in the 1960s, some of Anacortesí most expensive housing developments began to be built in the Skyline area. Then in the 1970s both single and multilevel homes with southwesterly and westerly facing views came about which occupied the northwestern tip of Fidalgo Island.

Generally, Skyline includes the area between the southwestern tip of the airport, across Anaco Beach Rd and over to Washington Park.

At the time, many retired persons were attracted to the area. Today, homes vary in year built, style and amenities. From seventyís ramblers to the millennium Craftsman, Skyline definitely combines the old with the new. It is a walkable community built around the Skyline Marina.

The Skyline Marina facility offers slips and a boatyard. This large marina built in 1965, is able to accommodate smaller mega yachts with advance notice. The facility is a dockominium, so access is based on availability. The large boatyard can deal with most repair and maintenance needs. The marina is open year round from 8 a.m to 5 p.m. and you must tie up and pay in the morning.

The community provides access to the beach, Flounder Bay Cafť Restaurant, Old Salts General Store, and to Washington Park. This area stresses seaside/bay living and appeals to both young and old and is one of the most respected communities in Anacortes.

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December 4th, 2017

Modern Ways to Upgrade Popcorn Ceilings

Modern Ways to Upgrade Popcorn Ceilings

Realtors across the nation agree that popcorn ceilings repulse buyers as they are viewed as outdated and often give buyers suspicions of asbestos in the home.¬† Removing asbestos has the potential to raise your home value and keep buyers interested! Simple updates, like replacing popcorn with a different texture, can …

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December 1st, 2017

Wonderland Walk at Anacortes’ Washington Park

Wonderland Walk at Anacortes’ Washington Park

Open to all ages, Washington Park in Anacortes will host the Wonderland Walk on Friday, Dec. 8, and Saturday, Dec. 9, from 5 to 8 p.m. each day. Part of the Washington Park Campground will be decorated with holiday cheer by local groups, organizations and clubs, as well as live music, camp fires and hot chocolate. Each …

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November 30th, 2017

2017 Christmas on the Docks in Anacortes

2017 Christmas on the Docks in Anacortes

The 2017 Christmas on the Docks event at Cap Sante Marina in Anacortes will take place from 5 ... 9 p.m. this weekend, Friday, Dec. 1 ... Sunday, Dec. 3. The Decorated Dinghy Parade will take place on Saturday beginning at 6 p.m.¬† Bring your own decorated power boat, dinghy, rowboat, sailboat or paddleboard and join …

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November 24th, 2017

Upcoming Anacortes Events: Dec. 1

Upcoming Anacortes Events: Dec. 1

On Friday, December 1, gather with the community at 6 p.m. at 819 Commercial Avenue for the Annual Chamber Tree Lighting ceremony. The event features the town crier, Santa Claus and performances by students from Anacortes schools. Hot cocoa and cookies will be provided by the Salvation Army. Attendees can also get a …

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November 22nd, 2017

Anacortes “Keep the Cheer Here” Campaign

Anacortes “Keep the Cheer Here” Campaign

Keep the Cheer Here is the Anacortes Shop Local campaign to encourage our community to continue supporting local businesses and keep their dollars in town. Pick up your card by shopping at participating stores (click here to view) between November 21, and December 24, and for every $10 you spend you earn one punch. Once …

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November 20th, 2017

Free State Park Admission: November 24

Deception Pass¬†and other state parks throughout Washington will allow entrance without a¬†Discover Pass¬†on Friday, November 24, in recognition of Autumn Day. The Discover Pass is regularly $30 for an annual pass and $10 for a day pass and is required for vehicle access to state recreation lands managed by Washington …

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November 17th, 2017

Breakfast with Santa in Anacortes Dec. 2

Breakfast with Santa in Anacortes Dec. 2

Visit Santa Claus at the Anacortes Senior Center on Saturday, Dec. 2, from 8 - 11 a.m and enjoy a pancake breakfast¬†and live entertainment. Throughout the morning children will have an opportunity to decorate a holiday cookie and ornament. There are two scheduled seatings: 8 - 9:30 a.m. and 9:30 - 11 a.m. Tickets …

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November 13th, 2017

Anacortes Holiday Farmers Market Nov. 18-19

Anacortes Holiday Farmers Market Nov. 18-19

The 11th Annual Anacortes Holiday Farmers Market will take place Saturday, November 18, and Sunday, November 19.¬† Admission to the Holiday Farmers Market is free, and the event will take place indoors at the Port of Anacortes Event Center located at 100 Commercial Avenue, each day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Holiday …

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November 9th, 2017

Thinking of Listing Your Property “For Sale By Owner”?

Thinking of Listing Your Property “For Sale By Owner”?

Homes for sale by owner, or FSBO, transactions are commonly seen in seller's markets or whenever homeowners want to maximize their profits by not having to pay commission. Statistics show that selling your home with the assistance of a professional real estate agent like Anacortes-based Jean Groesbeck & Assoc. will …

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November 6th, 2017

Free State Parks Admission for Veterans Day on Nov. 11

Deception Pass¬†and other state parks throughout Washington will allow entrance without a¬†Discover Pass¬†on Saturday, November 11, in observance¬†of¬†the Veterans Day holiday. The Discover Pass is regularly $30 for an annual pass and $10 for a day pass and is required for vehicle access to state recreation lands managed …

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