Take a closer look at this tiny house with 399 square feet of space, 3 bedrooms, and 1 bath located in Sedro Woolley, Washington. The charming cottage for sale is the perfect place to plan your vacation escape on Lake Whatcom and enjoy all that this cottage/community offers. This 3-bedroom cottage has a double-sided fireplace and fenced yard that is beautifully finished and spacious. The cottage is a custom design with Infratech deck heaters and lots of storage, and a shed that backs up to green space. You'll enjoy the 1,700 feet lakefront of community shoreline, docks, boathouse, tennis, pool, playground, and events and this includes a buoy for your boat. You'll be sure to fall in love with this amazing property.
The tiny house is perfectly located in Sedro Woolley, Washington where there is plenty to see and do. The following are some of the popular activities to try to include the Roozengaarde Display Garden, Trainwreck Bar, Samish Bay Cheese, Tulip Town, Skagit's Fish Market, North Cascades Institute Skagit Tours, Day Tours, Skagit Speedway, Skagit Valley Casino, Heritage Flight Museum, and the Eagle Haven Winery. Sedro-Woolley is known as the Gateway to the North Cascades because it is located on the western edge of the majestic Cascade Mountain Range in northwest Washington State. It is situated north of Seattle, Washington, and south of Bellingham, Washington on Highway 20, along the banks of the Skagit River.
Roozengaarde Display Garden. In 1985, RoozenGaarde was founded as a small show garden and retail shop. With this addition, Washington Bulb Co, Inc. was now able to reach out to the many individual flower enthusiasts and gardeners who wanted direct access to WBC’s great products. Flowers and floral arrangements are available every day of the year. The Roozengaarde Display Garden gift shop is also stocked with Tulip Festival merchandise, gardening tools and books, and unique gifts for the home and garden. The original show garden has grown to over 3.5 acres and is annually planted with over a quarter million spring-flowering bulbs. Included in this count are 85 different varieties of tulips, 25 varieties of daffodils, plus varieties of hyacinths, crocuses, and irises.
Key to the development of this scenic area were the three railroads serving the towns of Sedro and Woolley. The Northern Pacific, originally the Seattle, Lake Shore, and Eastern, ran north to south, the Great Northern ran east to west, connecting downriver towns with the wooded areas along the upper Skagit and the Fairhaven and Southern had its terminus in Sedro, at Cook's Wharf. In 1891 and 1893, Woolley suffered two major fires, which severely slowed down its growth. Both towns were also struggling through the economic woes of the time, and it became clear that they would both benefit from a merger. However, neither town was willing to give up its name. So, after much debate, Sedro-Woolley became the official name of the newly-merged town, which was incorporated on December 19, 1898. The town is deeply connected to its history through the descendants of its founding families and many historical buildings.
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