The homes at 48° North in Anacortes have been designed to maximize the natural vistas and optimize comfortable living.
ANACORTES — Ten homes remain for sale at 48° North, a collection by Landed Gentry Homes and Communities that feature views of the San Juan Islands and Guemes Channel.
“With just a limited number of homes still available, it’s worth the trip to see what you’ve been missing,” says Kendra Decker, Landed Gentry’s executive vice president. “The builder is offering tours of the professionally furnished model home this weekend, as well as hard-hat tours of quick-delivery homes under construction.”
The homes at 48° North have been designed to maximize the natural vistas and optimize comfortable living, she says.
Designs range from daylight ramblers to traditional home layouts, and several offer master suites and great rooms on the main level. The homes range in size from 2,809 to more than 3,200 square feet and include two-, three or four-car garages. Some include media rooms and bonus-loft options
The Larrabee design has just over 3,000 square feet of living space with the master suite, guest room and study on the main level. The lower level includes a family room, two additional bedrooms and a bathroom. The open floor plan offers views of the San Juan Islands, and covered decks on both levels also take advantage of the vistas.
The homes include extensive hardwood flooring, solid-surface counters throughout, solid wood cabinetry, and fully landscaped, irrigated and fenced yards. Homebuyers can also personalize their homes with selections that match their lifestyle and taste.
“Buyers have the option to purchase a quick-delivery home already in construction, or they can personalize their home through Landed Gentry’s streamlined pre-sale process,” Decker says.
48° North is within walking distance of Washington Park, the Guemes Channel Trail and the ferry terminal. It also offers easy access to town amenities such as the hospital, library and marina.
“Anacortes is a unique, coastal community with outdoor recreation all around, from boating and fishing to hiking and biking opportunities,” Decker says. “There is a vibrant arts scene, it’s home to many galleries, a monthly art walk, as well as many festivals throughout the summer months. The charm and beauty of Anacortes makes it feel like another world, although it’s only a 90-minute drive from Seattle and Vancouver. It’s a quick trip back to the city when desired.”