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A New Beach Town on the Washington Coast

Seabrook is a vibrant beach town located on the rugged Washington Coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

A sustainable haven for full time residents, vacationers, and day trippers, the town has been thoughtfully developed over the last 17 years and features more than 450 homes of all sizes in eight neighborhoods.

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Become a Homeowner

Washington’s beach town is home to homeowners who live here full-time, part-time, and seasonally. Homeowners can also enter their beach home into Seabrook Hospitality’s Rental Program and rent out to beach go-ers whenever they like. Become a part of a walking and biking paradise, designed for community, convenience, and safety.

Our experienced real estate team is here in town year-round to introduce you to real estate around Seabrook and help you find the perfect beach house to call home.

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Come Stay with Us

Experience the Washington coast like never before. Seabrook Hospitality combines a unique pairing of all the comfort and privacy of home with the luxuries and ease of a hotel. Seabrook offers over 250 vacation rentals available year-round with a wide array of features and amenities to choose from.

Fully-equipped rentals, concierge services, dog-friendly or pet-free homes, indoor pool, gym, spa, miles of trails and parks, plus Seabrook Hospitality’s Rental Lobby here to greet you are just a few of the features that set Seabrook apart.

Spend your days walking the beach, at a home with a private hot tub, playing yard games, swimming in the indoor pool, mountain biking, shopping, dining, and more in Washington’s Beach Town.

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On Washington’s Coast, Seabrook Aims To Be The Perfect Beach Town

“Close your eyes for a minute and picture your ideal coastal town. Really. I’ll wait. What do you see?…”

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