Dream Straw Bale Home For Sale on Whidbey Island, WA

Whidbey Island is one of our favorite places in the Pacific Northwest; picturesque, quiet, and magical. The only thing better than living in the area is doing so in a beautiful straw bale home! For sale is a truly stunning and spacious 3,440+/- sf home situated on 7.5+/- sunny and private acres with fenced paddocks & outbuildings.

This Whidbey Island straw bale home for sale offers main-floor living with energy efficient & sustainable design including radiant in-floor heat, vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, sound proof music room, wood burning stove, polished concrete floors, library & multiple loft spaces. Conveniently located by 600+/- acres of DNR trails & less then 2 miles from downtown Langley.

Custom finish details in the main home include:

Plaster walls

Soaring reading library

Soundproof music room

Numerous lofts above bedrooms for additional living space

Large property with outbuildings and fencing ready for homesteading visions

Beautiful design aesthetic

Mid century modern corner fireplace

 

Property features:

Several outbuildings, fenced paddocks, animal housing structures 

Open meadows ready for your gardening vision

Very close proximity to waterfront

 

Home/lot size and price:

3,440 sf

3 bedroom/2.5 bath

7.5 acres

$725,000

 

For more information, please click on the listing page HERE. Or contact Dan Fouts at the Windermere SE/South Whidbey team directly: 360.969.5957

 

WATCH A VIDEO TOUR OF THIS BEAUTIFUL STRAW BALE HOME BELOW

4759 Lucy Lane, Langley from Snowberry Lane Photography on Vimeo.

 

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One Response to Dream Straw Bale Home For Sale on Whidbey Island, WA

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    Michael Thomas Mon, May 25, 2020 at 6:19 pm #

    I knew and remember the wonderful family that built this house and their great children. The eldest girl was Lucy, hence the name of the lane. The house was always full of life, as well as the library full of books!

    The house was designed by the same architect after he designed our first strawbale house in Port Townsend, WA. We would take the ferry over to Whidbey to visit them.

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