So they say there are very few rambler homes on the market…. They are right; which makes this home an even more attractive possibility. Nestled on a quiet street in the cozy little community of Hansville where you still can go to sleep with your windows open in the summertime and not worry about your safety. There is nothing like cresting the hill into Hansville and seeing the Puget Sound right in front of you. It's like taking a breath of fresh air and you know you're home.
The home sits in the middle of nice lawns and has both front and back decks. The front deck is where the action is with its multi-level design, room for multiple furniture arrangements and a small,but decent view to the water beyond. This is a very open and sunny lot that will please all year round.
Inside, you will walk into a great room with vaulted ceilings. The large living room is at the center of it all with access to the back deck and flowing into the kitchen. There is a rec room at the front of the home entered through French doors and looking out to the front deck. Across from this room is an oversized bedroom, also with a view out the front. All of the bedrooms are oversized and any could make a nice office.
There is a large formal dining room, eating bar and a separate kitchen eating space. The kitchen has plenty of cabinetry and large enough to place any free standing island furniture you may want. There are windows at the sink bringing in lots of exterior light. Overall, the perfect space for entertaining.
Down the hall to a full bath and another guest room plus a separate laundry room. The mater bedroom is also oversized and could easily accommodate a sitting area. There is a large walk in closet and the master bath is very roomy and has a glass enclosed shower. The entire home has ethernet connections from a central panel and the living room is wired for sound.
Out the front door to an easy 15 minute walk to the sandy (yes…. Sandy) beach at Norwegian Point Park. Be sure to stop at the Hansville General Store for some tasty Ice Cream. If you want to burn off a little excess energy, it's about a mile walk along the beach from Norwegian Point to Point-No-Point lighthouse. Check the schedule for visitors hours at the lighthouse. There is a lot of memorabilia on display from the days when it was an active navigational aid. Hansville is a friendly community where the neighbors are involved in community activities like the annual Hansville Rummage Sale, or the community sponsored concerts at Buck Lake. Don't miss the 4th of July pancake breakfast and other neighborhood social events at the community center to help you get to know your neighbors.
Get ready for those dark summer nights without all the big city light glow; it's magical to sit out on the deck and watch a meteor shower.