20 Mar 2018
SEABROOK, Wash. – (March 20, 2018) – Seabrook, Washington’s beach town, is proud to announce more than $40.7 million in total home sales during 2017, a 25 percent increase from 2016. The rise in sales over the past year coincides with the town’s significant 2018 expansion that will encompass new single-family homes, townhomes, neighborhoods and 15 new merchants including retailer and restaurants, making Seabrook a must-see destination in the Pacific Northwest.
“When we set out to build Seabrook, we truly believed that people were looking for a completely different lifestyle experience than what has been traditionally offered at ‘resort communities’ over the past 50 years,” said Founder, Casey Roloff. “Last year’s dramatic increase in home sales is a testament to that belief and we continue to see a strong demand for the new product offerings that are coming in 2018. We are excited to draw more home buyers and visitors as we cement Seabrook’s status as a thriving, inclusive community.”
Within the past month, Seabrook has introduced 13 new homes in its otherwise sold-out Farm District, including The Croft, a new Farm District courtyard park surrounded by nine homes. The Croft, meaning “small farm,” includes a fire pit with Adirondack chairs around it, casual seating areas, a grassy lawn and a corn hole installation. Homes now selling in The Croft are priced from the mid-$400,000 to mid-$500,000 and consist of two- and three-bedroom floor plans. Four of the new Farm District homes have already been sold. Overall, Seabrook has already sold just over $8 million in total homes sales in 2018.
In 2017, total home sales rose from $32.5 million in 2016 to $40.7 million. New homeowners are primarily coming from the Puget Sound area, including Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Everett, Olympia, Bainbridge Island and Bremerton.
Since 2004, Seabrook’s resort town has preserved nearly a mile of oceanfront along the Pacific Ocean on Washington’s southwestern coast, 2.5 hours from Seattle. Designed around the concept of a five-minute walk to access all centrally-located amenities, environmentally-conscious trails weave through wind-sculpted spruce promenades and cozy Cape Cod-style cottage homes. Featured as Sunset Magazine’s original Idea Town, more than a dozen boutique shops, restaurants and a spa provide the perfect year-round destination for cozy family dining, entertainment and relaxation. Neighborhoods forged in the New Urbanism tradition of town building are Northwest Glen, Pacific Glen, Elk Creek, South of Market and the Farm District, all of which include coastal rental cottages for seasonal guests. For property inquiries, visit http://www.seabrookwa.com/homes-for-sale-washington-coast. For reservations, call 1-877-779-9990 or visit www.seabrookwa.com.