A series of winter holiday receptions continues Dec. 19–20 at San Juan Passage, a view community located 2.5 miles from downtown Anacortes. From 1–4 p.m. both days, visitors can sample seasonal treats and hot mulled cider or cocoa, and tour six model homes.
ANACORTES — A series of winter holiday receptions continues Dec. 19–20 at San Juan Passage, a view community located 2.5 miles from downtown Anacortes.
From 1–4 p.m. both days, visitors can sample seasonal treats and hot mulled cider or cocoa, and tour six model homes that range in size from 1,328 to 2,400 square feet. The series concludes Dec. 26–27.
“The winter is a wonderful time to visit San Juan Passage,” says Sandi Davidson, the community’s sales director. “On weekends through December, visitors can explore the community, tour our model homes adorned with paintings and spectacular photography by local artists, then grab a warm beverage and head for a walk on the newly extended Guemes Channel Trail.
“These special winter receptions will feature newly completed models of some of our most enduring and beloved designs, as well as the unveiling of the new James Island floor plan.”
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Among the featured floor plans is the Roche Harbor, named for the popular boating destination in the San Juan Islands.
Davidson says the Roche Harbor plan has won broad acclaim from those who are searching for a stylish home that is compact in size but lives big.
“The main floor of this classic, coastal retreat floods with sunlight and captures wonderful marine views,” she says.
Priced at $780,000, the Roche Harbor includes three bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 2,200 square feet of living space. The kitchen has granite counters, stainless steel appliances and custom-painted cabinets.
“A delightful dining area and living room with soaring ceiling, cozy fireplace and patio doors opening to an entertainment deck complete the great-room concept,” Davidson says. “And just a few steps away is a private, view-oriented master suite with dual walk-in closets and a generous tiled bath.”