Residences designed to make the everyday extraordinary.

 

Seascape is a one-of-a-kind condominium development nestled at the top of Puget Sound in the northwest corner of Washington State, just 21 miles north of Bellingham, Washington and minutes from the Canadian border.  With its ideal waterfront location in the easy-going city of Blaine, Seascape offers luxurious residences that are spacious, warm and welcoming with spectacular sunset views of tranquil Drayton Harbor. Blaine’s small-town ambience offers residents a sunny
outlook 365 days of the year.

 

 

More than just a housing complex.

 

Each Seascape condo unit is private, secure, sound-proofed, energy efficient, spacious, comfortable and attractive. The development is small — just 21 units on three levels — and features a variety of sizes and floor plans. No corners have been cut in design or construction.  Every residence has two full baths, one or more fireplaces and a spectacular view.

 

 
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Features

• Electric heat
• Gas fireplaces
• Heated bathroom tile floors
• Granite kitchen countertops 
• Top of the line bath fixtures
• All stainless appliance package
• Shaw plush carpeting
• Solid oak wood flooring
• Canyon Creek oak vanities
• Hazelnut glazed maple cabinetry
• Low monthly maintenance fees

Amenities

• Front-facing ocean views
• finished guest suites
• Creative floor plans
• Nine-foot ceilings
• hot tub in private enclosed setting
• Full garage with each unit, plus additional parking
• Professionally landscaped
• Central hot water (utility saving)
• Units separately metered
• On-site concierge service
• 24-hour video surveillance
• Security gates

 

Quality Construction

• 24” reinforced concrete foundations
• 2 x 6 exterior framed walls
• Presidential 50-year roofing
• Hardiplank siding (50-year warranty)
• Screened windows (lifetime warranty)
• Energy-wise wall insulation
• Sound-abating floor insulation

• Therma-tru insulated fiberglass entry door
• metal insulated garage overhead doors with windows

 

Interiors

• High quality hazelnut glazed maple cabinets
• 24" deep refrigerator upper cabinet
• solid granite countertops
• sterling stainless steel kitchen basin
• solid oak wood flooring
• all stainless steel appliances

• heated ceramic floors in masterbath
• canyon creek oak vanities
• kohler chrome fixtures
• white china sinks and toilets
• jetted tub in master bath
• gas firplaces
• electric heat
• shaw plush carpeting
• unobstructed water views

 

Living in Blaine, Washington.

 

Blaine, Washington, is a friendly, bucolic seaside city of about 4,500 people located 110 miles (2 hours) north of Seattle. Vancouver, B.C. is 30 miles north of Blaine.  White Rock, B.C., is just across the border.  Neighboring Washington communities include Ferndale and Bellingham to the south, Birch Bay and Semiahmoo to the west, and Lynden to the east, all within a few minutes of each other.  Bustling Bellingham offers all of the big city services, including top-rated medical facilities, while Blaine offers location, tranquility and convenience.

The Region 
Situated directly on the U.S.-Canada border, Blaine is an appealing locale for adult couples whose lifestyle may include frequent travel yet require the permanency of a home that offers privacy and security without in any way being remote.  Excellent shopping, including big box retail is accessible, but not necessarily on Blaine’s doorstep.  Nor is traffic congestion or urban noise. Good neighbors are nearby—Birch Bay, with its old beach cabins and new waterfront homes;  and Semiahmoo, the resort across the bay with its gated  communities and golf course homes . But luxury comes in different styles.  That of Seascape is evident but not ostentatious, presenting itself in a relaxed manner for mature residents who are often on the move.

Taxes and local Services 
Washington State has no income tax.  Blaine’s home-owner taxes are collected for the city by Whatcom County. Services provided by the city include electricity, water and sewer, plus a fine library.  As of 2009, an 8.5% sales tax is levied in Whatcom County. Although the average age of Blaine residents is higher than the national average, Blaine has two primary schools, an elementary school, a middle school and a high school.  Nearby Bellingham’s popular Western Washington University has a 13,000-member student body.


Transportation
Travel is convenient from Blaine.  Options for air travelers include Vancouver International Airport (YVR) at 28 miles;  Seattle’s SeaTac (SEA), 123 miles, and Bellingham International Airport (BLI), 21 miles.  While the two larger airports are served by the major carriers, the 200,000 travelers who each year use the growing Bellingham airport are served by Allegiant Air and Horizon Air (Alaska Airlines), plus a local carrier, San Juan Airlines.  Horizon offers a flight connection service to Seattle.  Allegiant offers flights to an expanding number of major centers to the south and east.  A bus shuttle links Blaine and Bellingham with SeaTac.  Amtrak’s Cascade Corridor service which connects Vancouver, B.C., with Eugene, OR, 446 miles to the south, takes on passengers at Bellingham’s Fairhaven Station.  Buses of the Whatcom Transportation Authority connect Blaine and Bellingham

Ferries
Ferry travel is extensive, easy and fun in the Pacific Northwest.  Blaine even has its own seasonal ferry—the historic MV Plover, which meanders between Blaine and the Semiahmoo Spit, taking in the sights along the way.  The San Juan islands north of  Puget Sound are served by ferries from Anacortes on the mainland, less than an hour from Bellingham.  During the summer months a ferry to the islands also operates from Bellingham itself, and another seasonal ferry connects Bellingham and Victoria, B.C.  Picturesque Lummi Island, an enclave of artisans just off the coast,  is just a six-minute ferry ride from a terminal a few miles northwest of Bellingham. The extensive Alaska Marine Highway System has its southern terminus in Bellingham.  Year-round, Alaska ferries offer travelers the experience of 3,500 miles of scenic waterways.

Recreation
Blaine is an active community with an outdoor focus—good parks and exercise trails, golf courses, and a history of fishing, crabbing, clam-digging and bird-watching.  Boaters, golfers, skiers and hikers have extensive facilities available to them.  Blaine’s 600-slip marina is one of the most modern and beautiful in the Northwest.  Just across from it is the marina of the Semiahmoo resort complex. Golfers have a choice of five courses, including the famed Semiahmoo and Loomis Trail.  For skiers there are top-notch alpine runs at Mount Baker, 52 miles east of Bellingham and at a variety of accessible ski destinations in the Vancouver area and at Whistler/Blackcomb two hours north.  As a major stopover on the Pacific Flyway, Blaine is extremely popular with birders, who come from all over North America to enjoy the spectacle of active, massed flocks of numerous species.

Shopping & Regional Services 
Boutiques are to Blaine as big boxes are to Bellingham.  Blaine has a supermarket, drug stores, hardware stores, restaurants, beauty salons, dry-cleaners and specialty shops, plus of course bank branches and a post office, but the real diversity in shopping is in Bellingham, where the mix includes not just the Wal-Marts and the Lowes and the Costcos, but some of the most diverse and interesting retailers to be found anywhere.  Not only does Bellingham have a vibrant downtown,  but its historic Fairhaven area, just a few minutes to the south, is one of the most charming villages in the Pacific Northwest. Bellingham’s metropolitan area population of 185,000 is served  by a comprehensive range of excellent medical and care facilities, anchored by St. Joseph Hospital.  Consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the United States, Bellingham attracts young professionals from all parts of the country who seek out the Pacific Northwest lifestyle.