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Langley, with a population of 1,080, overlooks the Saratoga Passage.  Historic buildings, flower-filled walkways, fine restaurants, and eclectic shops, make this little waterfront town an enjoyable place to explore.  Browse for handmade clothing, jewelry, art, glass, furniture, gourmet items, books and antiques.

Langley has a thriving creative community.  Artists and galleries are prominent.  Langley is a place where you can find country roads for riding bikes and miles of shoreline for walking.

Take a walk along the beach, accessible from Seawall Park, and look for resident populations of bald eagles, herons, and sea lions.  You may be lucky enough to spot a migrating gray whale (most often in the spring) or a pod of orcas feeding in the waters off Whidbey Island.

Homes in the Langley/Bayview area are as varied as in other areas of Whidbey Island.  Within town limits, homes include post-WWII vintage and newer, with lots from 1/8 to 1/2 acre.  In size they vary from cottages to homes of gracious dimensions.

A few of the homes within Langley are sited on high-bank waterfront lots but the topography is generally less view-friendly.  Adjoining areas, however, boast many homes and estates with expansive water and mountain views to the east.  Several neighborhoods feature beachfront living, while others are wooded or lakefront.

My market analysis of 2010 real estate market shows a total of 74 homes sold in Langely ranging in price from $117,000 to $1,242,000.  Median sold price = $382,000.  Average square feet = 1,943.  Cumulative days on market = 228.  Percentage of list price to sold price = 95.38%.

Of these, there were a total of 9 waterfront homes sold ranging from $310,000 to $1,242,000.  Median sold price = $630,000.  Average square feet = 1,823.  Cumulative days on market = 272.  Percentage of list price to sold price = 90.66%.

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Oak Harbor, WA

  • Oak Harbor, located on the north end of Whidbey Island with a population of 22,980, has city amenities with the friendliness of a small town.  Irish immigrants settled here in the 1850's, followed by the Dutch about 40 years later.
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Coupeville, WA

  • Coupeville, with a population of 1,915, is the oldest town on Whidbey Island.  Isaac Ebey staked the first claim in 1850, and the town was officially incorporated in 1910.  Coupeville is located on the east side of the Island, ove
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Greenbank, WA

  • Greenbank, an unincorporated community with a population of around 250, sits on a rolling sweep of land at Whidbey Island's narrowest point.  Greenbank is a community of agricultural, rural residential, recreational, and forest lan
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Freeland, WA

  • Freeland, the fastest growing community on Whidbey Island, was free land that originally enticed settlers to homestead this section of Whidbey Island.  The land, unfortunately, is no longer free, but many people are still finding it a
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Clinton, WA

  • Clinton, an unincorporated town at the south end of Whidbey Island, is the site of the Mukilteo-Clinton ferry terminal.  Dozens of businesses, stores, restaurants and tourist attractions serve visitors and the local community.In 1870 F
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