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If its fun and relaxation you're looking for, The Harrington Lagoon Hideaway is your place. Have fun creating memories and trips to look forward to. Located minutes away from the historical town of Coupeville on Whidbey Island, this house offers not only a peaceful sanctuary, but a stepping-stone to the magical waters of the Puget Sound. This house is on a huge corner lot with a neighbor on one side and the Lagoon on the other.
Upon arrival to The Harrington Lagoon Hideaway you'll have plenty of parking room for your guests and your toys including a Boat, Travel Trailer, or RV. We have an oversized driveway equipped with a basketball hoop. You can shoot hoops while a Bald Eagle soars overhead. The front and back lawns are large enough to accommodate most outside activities. A huge front deck will give you and your guests plenty of room to enjoy the warm morning sunrise and the cool evening sunsets. In the back of the house, a covered patio will give you and your guests shelter outside if the weather turns rainy, or a nice retreat from the sun on those hot summer days.
At The Harrington Lagoon Hideaway, you'll enjoy peek-a-boo views of the Puget Sound, Mt. Baker, and Camano Island. Also, an unobstructed view of the Harrington Lagoon, which is home to many different species of wildlife including: Bald Eagles, Blue Herons, King Fishers, Osprey, numerous water fowl, and even sea otters on occasion. Deer are often spotted in the area too. Of course here, salmon fishing is more than just a hobby; it's a way of life. If you have a boat, bring it! We have a community boat launch that you can use at your leisure. The launch will put you just minutes away from Penn Cove. This is where the world famous Penn Cove mussels are harvested and shipped across the nation. Also a few minutes away, is Whidbey's only city, Oak Harbor (by car about fifteen minutes). Here you can enjoy most of the amenities that a big city would offer but with a small island appeal. A short drive from The Harrington Lagoon Hideaway is the Keystone/Port Townsend ferry. Here you can take the ferry to the Olympic Peninsula. This is a 45 minute ferry ride one way. The location of the home is unique because there are so many different things to do and see but all are either minutes away or a short drive.