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Freeland

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Freeland is South Whidbey’s commercial center and the fastest growing community on the south end of the island. Major businesses include hardware, banks, retail, mortgage and title; Freeland is also home to many antique shops, restaurants and other small retailers.

A golf course and upscale homes hug the Holmes Harbor shoreline that is anchored by Nichols Brothers boat builders, the area’s largest employer. 

On the west side bordering Mutiny Bay, beach walkers, clam diggers and bird watchers glory in the coastline that runs from Double Bluff north.
 
Just a few minutes away from Freeland are two wonderful waterfront parks - South Whidbey State Park includes picnic areas and hiking trails; Double Bluff Park has miles of sandy, off-leash, dog-friendly beaches that provide sweeping views of Mount Rainier and the Seattle skyline in the distance. 

You'll find a wide variety of homes for sale in and around Freeland - feel free to view Freeland homes for sale or review recent Freeland real estate sales information.

Freeland residents are currently contemplating city incorporation; discussions about sewer districts ignite our passions. We hope to create a more walkable, people-friendly town by establishing pathways, planters and benches. Community groups are insisting upon control over design standards for new buildings. Now is the time to become part of our expanding community.

Looking for more Freeland community information? Check out our Community resource page. You can also read more about what's new on Whidbey at our blog.

  • LATEST COMMUNITY INFORMATION

April 10th, 2015

Windermere Foundation Infographic

If you've bought or sold a home through Windermere Real Estate, you're a part of the Windermere Foundation, and you've helped make a positive difference in the lives of your neighbors in need. The following infographic shows the types of services funded by the Windermere Foundation, and illustrates how even …

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March 30th, 2015

Clear the Clutter and Help Others in Need!

It’s springtime, which means spring cleaning for many households. It’s also a time to declutter and purge all those worn out, unwanted, outdated, unused and unneeded items from our closets, garages and other storage spaces. But what do you do with all that stuff once you’ve decided to get rid of it? First, …

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February 25th, 2015

Windermere Foundation 2014 Year in Review

This past year, the Windermere Foundation had a milestone anniversary, celebrating 25 years of supporting programs and organizations that provide shelter, clothing, children’s programs, emergency assistance, and other services to low-income and homeless families. What started in 1989 as a grassroots foundation serving …

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