Come to Coupeville and come closer to art, history and nature!
As the second oldest community in Washington State (incorporated in 1853), Coupeville still reflects the history of its maritime beginnings. Buildings along the waterfront rival any you’ll find in a small New England seaport town, and the many historic homes that sit on the gentle hill above town offer a charm all their own. From the northeast bluffs of Penn Cove across the fertile farmlands to the beach and southwest-facing bluffs at Ebey’s Landing, Coupeville offers its residents a life surrounded by stunning scenery, amazing wildlife, history and abundant outdoor recreation.
Just an hour away from Seattle and located in the heart of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve, Coupeville has a decidedly creative community and culture – artists and musicians, along with small business owners and retirees, all work together to support this tight-knit, friendly, and thriving community.
You’ll find a wonderful range of Coupeville homes for sale – from restored Victorians and bungalows to architecturally significant waterfront masterpieces. You can also review recent Coupeville real estate sales to get sense of the current market.
Year-round there’s always something going on in Coupeville – Whidbey Island Race Week and the annual Arts and Crafts festival, along with the Penn Cove Water Festival and Mussel Festival offer a wide variety of experiences and fun. Indoor and outdoor seasonal concerts showcase professional talent, while the Pacific Northwest Art School offers classes taught by local artists, as well as nationally-known visiting faculty.
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June 22nd, 2012
Windermere Real Estate's Coupeville office chose Fort Casey State Park for the annual Windermere Community Service Day project which took place last Friday, June 15th. During a very beautiful and sunny day, the Windermere team cleaned up fifty picnic table surfaces and cement pads underneath the tables. We also …
August 23rd, 2011