ABOUT CLINTON

Clinton is a small community on the southernmost tip of Whidbey Island and home to the Clinton/Mukilteo ferry. With a population of just over 800 people, Clinton is a beloved location for commuters who prefer the island lifestyle.

Clinton, Whidbey Island, Washington
Clinton Blog, Windermere, Whidbey Island

Benefits of Having Pets

June 21, 2021

It happens more times than we like to admit. A hard day just seems like it might knock the wind out of you and you go home feeling drained, overwhelmed, and hopeless. The story ends there for some, but others have found a secret weapon for how to turn that frown upside down.  Pets. It […]

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What is Your Go-to for Managing Stress Since the Pandemic?

June 14, 2021

For some, it might be a nice glass of wine from Vails Wine Shop in Coupeville in the evening. Perhaps calming music, a soak in a deep tub with bubbles, or a good book. But for many, it is turning to nature. While there are various ways to find peace, internal healing, and reduce the […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Riding Bikes on Whidbey Island 

June 7, 2021

Whether you are a serious road cyclist; an avid mountain biker or just someone who enjoys a scenic bike ride every now and then, Whidbey Island has got you covered. Not only are we home to miles and miles of gorgeous; low-traffic backroads and off-road trails to explore, we also have an active biking community […]

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Benefits of Plants in the Home

June 4, 2021

Some have used the hashtag #CubicleFlorist in their descriptions of me. Yes, I will admit my earlier days in the Real Estate industry things got out of hand quickly – my cubicle basically had its own ozone! What I could not convince my wife to let me keep in the home, I very quietly and […]

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Preparing to List in the Whidbey Island Real Estate Market Right Now

May 31, 2021

Today’s housing market is full of exceptional opportunities for sellers.  The large buyer demand combined with record-low housing inventory has created an optimal sellers’ market. This means that it can be a great time to sell your house if you are thinking about selling. However, one misconception is that sellers are guaranteed success no matter what. We […]

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10 Questions you should ask a builder when interviewing them for your custom home build

May 24, 2021

Written By Clay Miller What kind of homes do you really love to build? Can you help me with my feasibility study as I look for a lot? How long are permits taking? How long does it take to build a new home right now and when could we break ground? Can I get a […]

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Old Growth Tree

May 17, 2021

Near Cranberry Lake What You Will Find During a typical trip to Cranberry Lake, at Deception State Park it would not be uncommon to see kayaks floating atop the still waters, fisherman sitting along the winding edges of the lake, and kids splashing in the shallow waters while their parent’s BBQ. Have You Seen It […]

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5 Most Affordable Neighborhoods Near Oak Harbor & NAS Whidbey

May 11, 2021

Watching today’s housing market is like reliving a supply and demand lesson straight out of your High School Macroeconomics class. Home prices continue to rise due to the sheer lack of homes for sale on Whidbey Island. Especially in the lower price points $400,000 and below. Here are 5 of the most affordable neighborhoods within […]

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Coupeville Wharf

May 10, 2021

Several small wharfs once reached into Penn Cove only able to be used during very high tide. In 1905 the Coupeville Wharf was built, extending 500 feet to accommodate the increase in commerce due to the activation of Fort Casey. Often referred to as the “Old Grain Wharf”, had an important job to do. It […]

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Chuckanut Drive – A Detour Worth Taking

May 10, 2021

After living in Whidbey Island for a few years I finally decided to venture out and take the cliff-hugging drive along the Chuckanut Drive, a detour worth taking. SR11 is a 21.28-mile-long highway that serves Skagit and Whatcom counties, in Washington. I started the drive in Edison, the town of kindness, and made my first […]

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