Hear From Homeowners

Alex & Jasmine D.

For Alex and Jasmine D. and their two children, Orion (7) and Cassiopeia (5), along with their four-legged family members, Frankenstein and Lady Lucy, becoming Seabrook homeowners seemed destined to occur. Read More >>>

“It’s a funny story, actually!” says Jasmine. “Alex was on a dadcation and took our RV out to Pacific Beach. He went on a bike ride and literally, accidentally, rode into Seabrook! He called me and was talking so fast (and breaking up so badly), I could barely understand him, but what I did hear was ‘found Seabrook…it’s beautiful!’”

Alex and Jasmine, who reside in Issaquah, had been house hunting for a beach home on the Washington coast for quite a while before their chance discovery of Seabrook.

“We were seriously considering Westport and had been looking for about a year,” Jasmine says. “And then when Alex discovered Seabrook, we decided right away to buy here instead.”

Their family closed on their Seabrook home in December of 2022, a home in Seabrook’s newest neighborhood, Fernwood. They chose a smaller vacation home in Seabrook to foster more family time as they have a large full-time residence that has ‘more than enough space for us all to go a whole day without seeing each other.’.

“We knew a small house would help us to stay more connected to one another and that it would also push us outdoors so we can explore the coast!” Jasmine says.

Their home, Hammerbarn, has been the perfect space to really make it their own and is themed after the hit show, Bluey.

“So much of Seabrook reminded us of our favorite family show, Bluey!” Jasmine says. “And the house has such beautiful natural wood that we decided to not only do a Bluey theme, but to name it after Bluey’s version of Home Depot, ‘Hammerbarn’.”

The entire family enjoys their time in Seabrook, with the childrens’ favorite pastimes being swimming and the arcade and walks and drives along the beach for Alex and Jasmine.

“We love the quality time we get to spend together,” Jasmine says. “We love how we can send our kids outside (without us) to ride bikes around our street and cul de sac. Experiences we both had as children, but felt our children were lacking because of where our main home is located. We also love the authentic sense of community and the small-town experience.”

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Brett B. & Thanh T.

For Brett and Thanh, it took two days in Seabrook to know that owning a beach home was meant to be for them and their children, Brayden, 9, Austin, 5 and Maggie (their family “dogther”). They had initially booked a stay in Moclips during the pandemic… Read More >>>

While there, a friend recommended they make a 5-minute drive over to have dinner and to check out a “cute town named Seabrook”.

Thanh describes entering Seabrook as having felt like being on a movie set, everything was so picturesque and charming that they were immediately drawn in. Thanh said: “We saw kids riding their bikes, families, friends and pups enjoying each other’s company on the front porch of homes or at a community outdoor fireplace and neighbors talking and laughing with one another. Most importantly kids were outside and just being kids! This reminded us of how things used to be when we were growing up. The way kids grow up now in today’s busy world is tough on them and requires them to grow too fast. We knew immediately, we wanted to raise our kids in Seabrook – even if it’s just part time.” 

“We started putting in offers on our second day,” shares Brett.

Their first Seabrook home purchased was Whale Hello There in the Madison neighborhood. Thanh describes the home as perfect for their family where they spent 4 days a week in Seabrook during the height of the pandemic, commuting to Renton for the remainder of the week. While Whale Hello There  is still a special place for their family, they found themselves loving Seabrook so much and wanting more room to host family and friends. They then purchased a lot in Seabrook’s town center, built their second Seabrook home and named it Boardwalk and Park Place Carriage House.  

Thanh shared, “We consider Boardwalk and Park Place Carriage House our legacy home – a home where we believe we can provide a memorable childhood for our children. We hope to pass it on to our children and future generations – so much so that we have intentionally chosen the battleship Monopoly game piece as our front door house sign and hung a huge flag inside that says: “DON’T GIVE UP THE SHIP” as constant reminder to our children and future generations to don’t give up our legacy!”

Boardwalk and Park Place Carriage House is now their home away from home. Brett said, “It is close enough to where we can travel to often but far enough to where we feel we are truly getting away from our daily grind.” Thanh and Brett both share that owning in Seabrook has been a game changer for their family’s quality of life, allowing them to slow down, “unplug” together and spend more family time building lasting memories and also to really get to know their neighbors and have a true sense of community.

“Life just flies by so quickly in our daily lives with work, school and activities. Here in Seabrook, time just freezes and we are able to truly spend time together,” Thanh says about Brayden and Austin, affectionately known as Bobo and Bear to family and friends. “It has been very special for us to have focus time as a family. While we may not be around forever in our children’s lives, these lovely memories will last forever at both our Seabrook homes for our children and our future generations.”

Thanh also started a Seabrook parent’s group in early 2023 where regular, informal gatherings and events are planned, from playground playdates, community bonfire gatherings, to a fun decorated bike parade during the Fourth of July.

“As a community, we’re very close and supportive of each other,” Thanh says, adding that knowing their neighbors and their children so well just adds to a stronger community that can be hard to come by in the fast-paced world today.

“We’ve met and connected with a lot of families in the group, it’s been nice for both us and our children. Our children look forward to coming out to Seabrook to see their Seabrook friends.” Brett says. 

Brett, Thanh, Bobo, and Bear plan to be a part of the Seabrook community forever, noting that Seabrook has done exceptionally well in keeping the town feeling community-oriented as it expands.

“Seabrook is doing a great job of growing and expanding and still keeping that community feel to things, which can be a challenge as towns grow,” Brett says. “We are excited to see the growth and we are always excited to walk around to see what’s new.”

Scott & Carolyn S.

Scott and Carolyn S. first heard of Seabrook by chance when Carolyn saw a commercial for it back in 2006, only two years after Seabrook had been founded. Scott, Carolyn, and their two sons, Trevor and Brody, lived in Sammamish at the time and Carolyn would share how enjoyable the coastal side of Washington is to visit and might be a good place for a second home… Read More >>>

“I kept coming back and telling Scott about it and he kept saying that the coast can’t be that great because it’s going to be rainy and wet,” Carolyn says. “We finally booked a Fourth of July weekend to go and check it out and obviously, he fell in love with it.”

Scott had his mind set on looking for a second home with a hotter, sunnier location at the time. It took one visit to Seabrook for their family to be drawn to the beauty of the town and the Washington coast. Scott first arrived in Seabrook late at night after a business trip and the following morning is what changed everything for him.

“The next morning, I wake up and I take a walk around and I sit on the bench, my favorite bench now, overlooking the ocean,” Scott says. “And I’m like ‘Wow,’ and my blood pressure dropped ten points. Ever since then, we fell in love and ended up buying.”

Their family was one of the first to own a Beach Camp home in 2008. They’ve owned a total of three homes throughout the years in Seabrook and recently purchased their dream beach home with a wraparound porch in the South Farm called Swimmin’ In Time where they spend June through October before returning to their primary home in Arizona.

“That’s one thing that Seabrook has taught me,” Scott says. “I’ve never been great about relaxing and now I relax more. Our new place has a private corner lot out with wraparound deck and we absolutely love it.”

In addition to enjoying walks through town, the beach, and especially the pickleball courts, their family enjoys having been a part of the growing community where they know their neighbors and have friends and family from both Washington and Arizona visit regularly during their summer stays.

“We’ve been with Seabrook for a really long time and I feel like we’re part of the family there,” Carolyn says, noting how sweet it has been for their sons to be adults now and to have those childhood memories of Seabrook. 

Their oldest son, Trevor, is a proud Seabrook homeowner now, as well. He owns the home Bigfoot, just a two-minute walk to Swimmin’ In Time.

“Our boys would come up with us a lot from Sammamish and were fairly young at the time and they loved it,” Scott says. “Trevor was looking for some sort of investment property and he knew of the success and the recipe in Seabrook of the whole rental program.

The whole family also enjoys watching the town grow with each visit and truly looks at Seabrook as a home away from home, noting that the town has kept all of its quaintness and charm as it grows, just as Casey Roloff envisioned it from the beginning.

Jon & Georgina B.

Jon and Georgina B. first heard about Seabrook seven years ago by chance from one of Georgina’s friends. The family’s interest was piqued and they made their way to Seabrook from their home in Bainbridge Island where weekend getaways and vacations to the coast became frequent… Read More >>>

In 2019, their family purchased a new construction, oceanview home in the town center. After its completion, Jon, Georgina, and their three children, Jonnie (10), Harper (7), and Colby (4) now getaway to their dream vacation home on a regular basis.

“When we go to Seabrook, we’re going there as a family to get away from all of the distractions and the electronics and the practices and work and all of those things that pull us in separate directions,” Jon says. “It just really forces you to focus back inward and focus on the things that really matter.”

Living primarily on Bainbridge Island miles outside of the town center, owning a home in Seabrook not only allows the entire family to spend more time together, it allows for more independence for their two oldest children.

“We live on an island and we don’t really have a neighborhood,” Jon says. “Our neighbors are very far-flown, there’s no roads where kids are running around knocking on doors and playing with their friends…This is the first place where they’ve really had any kind of freedom. The ability to walk to the store, to go on a bike ride, or to go to the playground.”

When it came to choosing a home in Seabrook, choosing a town center loft met everything they were looking for in a Seabrook home. Their family enjoyed more than twenty visits just last year between their immediate family and close friends.

“We wanted to have a view of the water,” Jon says. “We’re accustomed to that living on an island so that’s important to us. We also wanted to be in town and we wanted something that was manageable from an ownership perspective because we’ve got three kids and a busy schedule. We want to be able to go out there and use it and not be taking on too much, so it’s a perfect fit.”

The family opted to put their home, The Beach Loft, in the Seabrook Hospitality vacation rentals program as a year-round available rental home in 2021.

“We didn’t want to get into a situation where having a beach house was costing us an additional thirty thousand dollars a year or more because not many people can afford that or want that,” Jon says. “We settled on the condos because we felt that they met our needs and we felt the most confident that, if done properly, that they could perform from an economical standpoint. In 2022, that happened.”

The family sees themselves as long-time Seabrook homeowners and looks forward to when their children can look back on the childhood memories they have created over the years together.

Mark & Julie D.

Mark Julie D Homeowners Seabrook
“We’ve been married for 38 years and started going to Cannon Beach 34 years ago (just a year after our first son was born). We fell in love with the place… Read More >>>

The beach, with its rock formations, the town and its shops drew us back again and again and we were also joined by family and friends. We typically made it down there 2 to 3 times a year. One of our goals was to own a home in Cannon Beach and possibly retire there one day. Affordability was an issue though. Prices were high and unless grandfathered in, rentals were restricted to a minimum 2 week stay, seriously reducing income potential.

We initially learned about Seabrook seven years ago and it peaked our curiosity enough to check out the website. Upon seeing the pictures, we knew we had to go there, although it would be another two years before that would happen. 

We finally made it to Seabrook about five years ago and while we still had the attachment to Cannon Beach, Seabrook had some things that Cannon Beach could not offer – a sense of community, walkability and cohesiveness of the town and its architecture. The foresight, the planning and the implementation of the town is truly amazing. Plus, it was much closer to home and the Washington Coast was just as stunning. As we talked to those in the real estate group, I realized that with the Cottage Rental program Seabrook was a much more affordable option. All we had to do was find the right home that fit our needs and make our move.

While visiting during Halloween weekend in 2018, we found that Whispering Sands was on the market. We toured the home and immediately made an offer. We became proud Seabrook homeowners on December 18th, 2018. We love being in the heart of town. The home will remain in the rental program as full retirement may not be for another 6 or 7 years. In the mean time we will build memories with our 2 sons, 2 grandchildren, family and friends. Check out Whispering Sands for your next Seabrook vacation!”

Justin & Tammy G. (Woodland, WA)

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“We have been considering an income-generating vacation home in recent years, and this opportunity excited us! We chose to purchase at Seabrook for a few reasons, plus it is close enough to our home in Woodland, WA to come for just a day or two… Read More >>>

The strongest appeal to us is the current vibe of the community and the vision of what is coming in the community plans. We like being a part of something that is growing and thriving simultaneously. It’s a sign that Seabrook has an intentional strategy, resolute in the purpose and vision. From our perspective, this made it a great investment!

We absolutely love the home plan that we chose to build,  called Seascape. It is going to be a place where our entire family and friends can gather and stay at once, while making memories in a setting where we can relax and unwind. The Seascape will have six bedrooms, one of which is on the main floor, along with a beautiful courtyard for outdoor living.

The home is going to be a real eye catcher, not only because of it’s size, but the design and architecture is top notch. It’s going to be a beautiful house! The location of Seascape is a perfect place for large groups to come and rent for many years to come. It has a sweeping ocean view, with a simple walk to the beach, park, Town Center, and hiking trails. Kids can literally play in the park across the street within view of the front porch. There will be 4 gathering areas in and outside the home making accommodations easy for lots of people to entertain and create memories with family and friends.”

Amy & Jesse P., Donna & Tom V., and Michael and Michelle J.

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“We are so excited to be new homeowners in Seabrook’s Farm District! We are three families from Seattle – six adults and six kids – who have been vacationing in Seabrook every year for the last eight years… Read More >>>

Our three boys and three girls range from ages 7 to 11 and their love of the town, beach, and freedom of exploration were the primary reasons that we finally made the commitment to buy and build a beach house. 

We’ve taken many vacations inside and outside of the U.S., collectively and separately, and when we reminisced about each year’s memories, Seabrook was always at the very top of our kids’ list of favorite vacations. Our most treasured kids’ moments include bike riding, visits to Red Velvet bakery, sandcastle building, skim-boarding lessons with Buck, pick up basketball, soccer and kickball, and the hunt for the Seabrook ogre’s treasure. 

Us adults love sitting on big wrap around decks, listening to music, drinking wine and cocktails, reading books, and watching our kids play in the park from afar. This is why we named our house Big Chill. Seabrook is the perfect place to unplug, relax, and connect with our families and friends. We are now looking forward to new memories in our own house for years to come.

We thought the process of building our dream home would be a smooth one, but we were blown away by Seabrook’s staff, their efficiency, and how fun they made the whole experience. And the support didn’t stop when the Big Chill was complete. Furnishing and moving into a home can be daunting, and they were there for us every step of the way. We couldn’t be happier. You can now stay at the Big Chill on your next Seabrook getaway!”

Kelly & Craig T., Gig Harbor, WA

Kelley Craig Seabrook Owners
“My husband, Craig, and I discovered Seabrook during a visit to Seattle in the fall of 2011. We were relocating to the Seattle area from North Carolina and read a magazine article about Seabrook… Read More >>>

Having been from the Southeast and familiar with Seaside, FL we were very excited to learn about Seabrook. We saved the article and couldn’t wait to visit Seabrook. We moved to Gig Harbor in March of 2012. After we settled in to life in the Pacific Northwest we made a trip to Seabrook in the summer of 2013. We fell in love instantly!

We returned for Thanksgiving in 2013 and knew we wanted to build. We met Robyn and Casey and found our dream lot in the NW Glen neighborhood. We have three young children and cannot wait to make lasting memories over the years at Seabrook! It has been such a fun experience planning our vacation home and we are very excited for the construction process to get underway. For us Seabrook is a short drive away but such a relaxing break from our busy everyday lives.”

Robin & Jeff L., Black Diamond, WA

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“What is it about viewing the majesty of the ocean that humbles yet exhilarates? Is it the vastness of the sea or the rhythmic action of the waves? Maybe it’s the ever-changing weather and colors… Read More >>>

We don’t know but every time we stand on the oceanfront we are happily amazed.

What is it about a beach community that compels us to be a part? Is it the deliberateness, skill or integrity with which the town is planned? Maybe its the staff, residents and vacationers with whom we laugh and have become friends. We don’t know but every time we are there we know we belong.

What is it about a location that draws a whole family of all generations? Is it because all can relax, play, hike, swim, splash in the waves? Maybe it’s the bonding and memories made between family and friends? We don’t know but every time we get together there is conversation, laughter, play and shared experiences.

And when we leave we can’t wait to come back; back to Seabrook’s Oceanfront!”

Mark & Iris S., Bellevue, WA

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“From the moment we rounded the last corner on Highway 109 and turned onto Front Street at Seabrook, we knew we wanted to be a part of this amazing community… Read More >>>

After only a few memorable visits with our families and a personal tour with Casey Roloff, we decided that we wanted Seabrook to be a place for our family and friends to share and create their own memories. The team at Seabrook has made the experience of building our dream beach home so enjoyable and easy, that any worries or concerns we might have had were never issues.

We feel so blessed that this has been such a rewarding experience and we are absolutely thrilled with our new beach house! We are certain that this will prove to be more than a great financial investment, but also a great investment in a relaxed and peaceful lifestyle. The most wonderful part about Seabrook is that it goes beyond the beautiful homes and the incredible location – the people who work and visit Seabrook are all so happy and content to just be here.”

Dana F., Seattle, WA

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“My story with Seabrook began before the town had even been developed. I started looking for property along the Washington coast a couple of years before Seabrook was founded… Read More >>>

I settled on the Pacific Beach area because it reminded me of the Oregon coast. I was then told about Seabrook by a real estate agent and I signed up for one of the first informational sessions Seabrook put on at the Pacific Beach Fire Station. After the session and a tour of the property, I was convinced this was the place for me. I put a deposit down for a Founder Lot and remember being number 61 on the original list.

I was drawn to Seabrook by the beach. I am constantly amazed how few people there are on the beach even on the nice days in the summer. I also enjoy the different types of weather and like to be down at the beach during the winter. I’m looking forward to doing some beachcombing after a heavy winter storm.

There were multiple reasons why I chose to become a Seabrook homeowner. First, the location is perfect. When I planned out my possible purchase of a home by the ocean, I only considered properties that were on a high bank. The fact that Seabrook is on a bluff that overlooks the ocean gives our beach homes the security in case of a tsunami. When I think of the Oregon coast this is also what comes to mind and I wanted to get as close to that scenario as possible. 

Second, I really like the idea of being part of a community. I had visited Seaside and Rosemary Beach Florida and had seen the success these communities had become. I liked the idea of getting in on the ground floor of a similar project. 

Third, I wanted to have a new house built so I would get all of the things I wanted to put into the house. That’s why I purchased a founders lot.

Lastly, the weather on the coast is fascinating. As the lead forecaster for the National Weather Service in Seattle, I enjoy my job and I love seeing different weather phenomena. I like the fact that there is always something unique to the forecast every day. I’m looking forward to all of the new data we will be getting from the new coastal Doppler radar at Langley Hill and the improved forecasts for the coast that will come from this data.

The Pacific Northwest is truly an amazing place. In just a couple hours, my camera and I can be at the beach at Seabrook or in the mountains on Mount Rainier. In fact, the idea for my house was to have a mountain cabin at the beach. I had the good fortune of having Lew Oliver and Raul Torres of Whole Town Solutions take this idea and make it a reality. “

Garry & Heather M., Kirkland, WA

“We looked North, East, and South for the perfect vacation home, but decided to go West to Seabrook one August weekend. We wanted privacy, a property, and a view… Read More >>>

After purchasing our beach home and enjoying our first few months – now six years – as Seabrook homeowners, we often laugh because we have no privacy, no property, and no view… and we’ve never been more delighted with the beach, the town, or with making life-long friends than we are at Seabrook! 

And at Seabrook, the adventure always continues…”

Betsy & Mark, Sammamish, WA

My family likes to say that I am obsessed with Seabrook. I love what they are doing to bring back the idea of a walk-able community where we can interact with our neighbors and can walk to town to get milk or the paper… Read More >>>

I love Nantucket style architecture and the charm of the neighborhood outdoor firepit gathering spaces.  I smile at the idea that the kids who are outside playing are safe and can be out until dusk without their parents worrying.

It makes me very happy when people say hi to me as I walk my dogs, something I don’t have in my current neighborhood.

After visiting the Coastal Living Magazine Idea Home in 2010, all I wanted to do is get my husband here and see if he loved it as much as I did.  I was so excited when he got here for the first time and began to relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city.  He has lived most of his life by the ocean and coming to Seabrook has constantly reminded him of how much he loves and misses the ocean. So I guess I can say he liked it!

We then purchased a home and are excitedly going to watch our house be built while renting at Seabrook in the interim.  The thought of finally living our dream of being in this amazingly charming and friendly community is just that, a dream come true!  We look forward to having our family visit and be a part of this peaceful place as well.

Jeff & Marge F., Anchorage, AK

“When we purchased our home at Seabrook, we made two investments.  First, we made an investment in a second home.  Second, we made an investment in the concept or vision that was Seabrook… Read More >>>

We looked at enough Seabrook houses to have confidence that our house would be well-built and would hold its value over time. But we didn’t know what level of confidence to have in the second aspect of our investment – the investment in the Seabrook plan and community. Seabrook today is barely recognizable from what it was when we purchased and, despite the difficult economic conditions during the past several years, Seabrook seems to be growing and amenities are being added faster today than ever before.  The fulfillment of the Seabrook vision unquestionably has added value to what already was a good investment in a second home, and we’ve never had reason to question the soundness of the decision to purchase a home at Seabrook or the trust and confidence that we had, and still have, in the Seabrook team.”

Mike & Jim, Portland, OR

“Ever since our first experience staying at a cottage in Manzanita, Oregon, and coming from Southern California, we knew we wanted a ‘beach’ home on the NW Coast… Read More >>>

We were looking for a place where we could enjoy living more, whether part-time, or even eventually full-time, rather than how the purchase would look in our investment portfolio.

Through internet searches, we found Seabrook.  Our first impression was, WOW, we could live here, and the more we talked to Casey about his vision of how Seabrook was to grow, we became even more excited about the future here through home growth and having an actual town.  With most home developments, they are more of an extension of a city, a subpision.  Seabrook is a growing town, with shops, restaurants and other businesses to support the residents and their guests.

During our first weekend here, we decided to move forward with a purchase.  We thought less about how the investment would appreciate, but more on how it would hold its value, becoming a long-term investment.  Based upon that concept, we, and our investment manager, knew we made the right decision.  We have continued to see growth and Casey’s vision coming together…more so that we are discussing a business opportunity with Seabrook, so we not only have an investment in a home, but in a business, which will continue the growth of our ‘town’ Seabrook.”

Bob & Kathy, Lake Forest Park, WA

“Summertime 2010, our adventure of owning at Seabrook began.  Many of our past summers had been spent in this area vacationing together with our children… Read More >>>

So when stories and chatter of a new town called Seabrook began to circulate, we decided to check it out.  One thing that first struck us and has been delightfully reinforced over this past year is that we bought more than a house, we bought a dynamic community.  Each time we come, we see friends and make new ones, surrounded by a broad spectrum of home owners and guests.  The town is vibrant and full of life!

As the community grows and infrastructure takes shape, we see the positive impact of the value of our property.  Recently we re-financed and despite the overall housing market, our Seabrook home held and increased in value!  The option of participating in the rental program results in an increase of investment growth potential, both as owner occupied as well as income producing property.  We have a number of real estate investments and Seabrook is a key part of our portfolio.

We are well pleased with our home here, and enjoy the total Seabrook experience with our family, grandchildren, and friends.  Who wouldn’t be happy with an investment that brings such fringe benefits as sea foam on sandy toes and a steaming latte under the nose!”

Luke & Whitney, Olympia, WA

“We first encountered Seabrook while on a trip to the coast one weekend in November. Heading north from Ocean Shores on highway 109 we came around a bend and Seabrook appeared… Read More >>>

Two things struck me at that moment – how magically charming the town was and how it integrated into the landscape such that it seemed to have been there for many years. Simply put, I was enchanted. 

Once there, we realized we had seen a billboard advertising Seabrook numerous times on our way between Seattle and our home in Olympia. The billboard simply didn’t do Seabrook justice – it is truly and uniquely beautiful. We intended to wander through on our own to check out the houses but we bumped into Darci, who offered to give us a tour. The interior of the homes were equally as beautiful as everything we had already seen. By the end of our tour we were inquiring about the details of owning at Seabrook, having never previously considered owning a vacation home or living on the coast. 

After leaving Seabrook we toured real estate in the surrounding area for comparison. Although a wide variety of homes and land are available on the Washington coast nothing we saw that weekend, or had seen previously, came close. Seabrook was, and is, the total package. 

The following spring we received a card in the mail from Stephen Poulakos announcing, among other things, Seabrook’s planned Beach Camp cabins. We looked online at the cabin plans and also read up on the Cottage Rental Program at Seabrook. We then took a trip out, staying in the Eleanor Cottage. By the end of our stay we had signed on a Beach Camp cabin. 

The cabins are small and cozy, meeting our desire for a weekend getaway perfectly. The cottage rental program has demonstrated success with Seabrook’s wide variety of homes, and the staff take care of everything. The pairing of a cozy cabin and the ability to rent it out with ease made buying in Beach Camp a no brainer. The only possible downside? Going out to Seabrook more frequently might just make us want to move there, in which case we’ll need a bigger place.”

Michael & Megan, Seattle, WA

“Seabrook can only really be described as a mystical place. At the surface, it may be tempting to attribute this to the surrounding natural environment – among the most beautiful the Pacific Northwest has to offer… Read More >>>

Once you’ve spent even a short amount of time at Seabrook, however, you’ll likely note that it’s the sense of community that gives Seabrook its mysticism. From the grassy lawns of Crescent Park to the communal fire pits, from the frog ponds to Front Street Cafe (and future town center) all via a vintage community bicycle, Seabrook grabs hold of you and transports you to the most idyllic parts of your childhood. This isn’t by accident or chance – it’s a result of the tremendous care, hard work, and passion Casey and his team have invested in Seabrook.  As we begin to build our cottage, we’ve witnessed this dedication firsthand – we feel total commitment from the Seabrook team to our success and happiness.”

Terry & Laurie, Kirkland, WA

“Laurie and I first met Seabrook founder Casey Roloff while vacationing at Bella Beach many years ago where he told us of his plans to build a beach town on the Washington Coast… Read More >>>

We love Cannon Beach and Langley (on Whidbey Island), but couldn’t imagine such a place on the Washington Coast. 

Fast forward to a May few years later. We spent our anniversary at Seabrook. The picturesque homes, the lovely beach, and the great cafe all impressed us, but what surprised us was the unique sense of community that Seabrook inspires. We found ourselves naturally drifting into conversation with those we passed as we strolled about. To mark the occasion, we stopped by the office to buy a cap. But since Seabrook’s sense of community is what we really wanted, we bought a home instead.”

Howard G., Arvada, CO

“We had purchased a home in Bella Beach, so we knew the quality of construction and the investment opportunity in Seabrook. We were also very impressed with Casey; he’s so passionate, sincere, and likeable, and it rubs off on everyone around him… Read More >>>

Casey also has a home in the development, which speaks volumes about his commitment level. 

Generally when you see a plan on paper, the reality doesn’t ever live up to the plan. But when Seabrook Land Company builds, it exceeds your expectations. And I believe Seabrook will continue to do that.”

The Petrys, Lake Oswego, OR

“We all dream of having a sanctuary – a retreat to escape the grind of everyday life. At Seabrook we feel that we have found such a place… Read More >>>

As this new town unfolds around us, it isn’t just the architectural details and beautiful natural surroundings that lend it a quality of unending discovery; it is the nature of the people and the sense of community they foster that combines to make Seabrook so special. 

This is life as it should be – a chance to savor, reflect and appreciate amid idyllic surroundings that get better with each passing day.”

Beth & John, Portland, OR

“A really sweet moment was when we closed on the house at Seabrook and walked into the garage to see two bikes for us to ride. It was just the type of “extra” touch that Casey adds to his homes… Read More >>>

Another “extra” surprise was the fancy railing they took the time and money to put on the porch without anyone talking about it. They just do nice things for people.”