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Crystal Springs Waterfront Cottage

Crystal Springs Waterfront Cottage

3546 Crystal Springs Drive NE Bainbridge Island WA 98110

Bill and Cathy

Rates: AVG $180 night

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Apartment, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2)

Winter rates available through January; holidays excluded. We only accept a minimum stay of two days. Our discount is 10%.

This beautiful Apartment is a brand new construction on Crystal Springs between Point White and the pier with only a short drive to Winslow.

It has a private entrance, a patio with outside dining table, a basketball and pickleball court, and a horseshoe pit for those late summer evenings.

Walking and cycling are favorites of the locals here. Bicycles are available to ride along the gorgeous Point White beach street. Enjoy a relaxing stop at the Lynwood Treehouse Cafe or Beach House Bar while exploring closeby Fort Ward State Park.

There is a water view from each window. This lovely abode has hardwood and slate floors.

The kitchen is fully equipped with all brand new appliances.

The furnishings are antiques with oriental carpets.

There are two cable televisions with a vcr/dvd player.

There is high speed internet.

The commuter bus picks up in front of the house.

The location is one of the nicest walking and biking streets on Bainbridge Island. It is close to the Lynnwood Center and the fishing pier.

We welcome you to this special getaway here on the island...You will be in for a real treat!


Shower, Bikes, Cable Television, DVD Player, High Speed Internet, Kitchens, Private Deck, Private Entrance, Smoke-Free, VCR

Keywords: Cottage Apartment

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