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The Seabold community is located in the northeastern area of the island, nestled in between highway 305 and Port Orchard bay, making the area both accessible and beautiful. Due to its geographic location, on a map Seabold may appear isolated from other parts of the island. However, highway 305 that runs along its western parameter provides direct access through the center of the island, all the way to Winslow and the ferry terminal. In good traffic, travel time only amounts to about 10 minutes for the stretch. Incase you are looking for access to other parts of the Kitsap Peninsula, highway 305 also shoots north across Agate Pass Bridge providing access to Poulsbo, Squamish, and Kingston. Not many other island communities can make this claim.

Some parts of Seabold are treated to views of both the regal Olympic Mountains and the pristine Port Orchard Bay. Since Bainbridge aims to preserve much of its shoreline for public use, it may be more difficult to find a home here with a waterfront. However, that does not mean you will be lacking beach access. In addition to the views, Seabold residents often take advantage of two beach access points: one on the north end near Agate point, and one on the South end near Manzanita, making it easy to stroll the entire stretch of shoreline that Seabold has to offer. In between these two spots is Rotary Centennial Park with a short nearby trail that leads to a lookout point over the water.

Though Seabold’s views are envied by many, they are not the only aspect of this community to make you feel grounded in your natural environment. Along with its beautiful forestation, Seabold is very near the Bloedel Reserve (on the border of Agate Point and West Port Madison). The reserve features various gardens, a reflection pool, and an old estate home which previously belonged to Prentice Bloedel, its creator, whose goal was to combine the raw beauty of untouched natural settings with emotion-evoking landscape artistry [1]. The reserve is a wonderful place to explore either alone or with friends and family. From some parts of Seabold, it is only a 20 minute walk or a 3 minute drive away. Yet another aspect of Seabold to take note of is the community hall. Rent it for an event at a surprisingly low rate, or take part in festivities such as Seabold Second Saturday, which draws many amateur and recreational musicians to perform in front of a lively, spirited audience [2].

Seabold is arguably the hands-down best place for crystal-clear views of the Olympic Mountains. If you are someone who craves the glamour of majestic snow-topped peaks, Seabold is the place to look. You might even get lucky enough to have a view right outside your kitchen or living room window. And because of the direct highway access, you can enjoy the serenity of the area while being able to easily get around to other parts of the island. Seabold is one of those areas that offers an array of home styles, sizes, and prices. A large home around 4,000 square feet can range from $700,000 to $800,000 while a home of similar size with a waterfront will probably start at $1,000,000 and go up from there. If these prices do not get along with your budget, there is no need to be concerned since a more standard size home (between 2,000 and 2,500 square feet) can run under $500,000, and many of these places are even adorned with breathtaking views.