March 30, 2011
The Farm Kitchen in Poulsbo.

Farm Kitchen 1st Saturday Breakfast | April 2nd

Farm Kitchen in Poulsbo Are the grey skies over spring break getting you down?  A cheery breakfast at the Farm Kitchen in Poulsbo might be just what you need.  Eat outside, even in the rain (yes, covered).  Signs of spring are all around the farm.  Let the kids explore while […]
March 21, 2011
Recent Raccoon Lane closing brings a great couple to Bainbridge Island.

Another Welcome to Bainbridge Island

This past Saturday was bright and beautiful.  It was even more lovely because I got to hand keys over to Josh and Amber, the cutest and nicest couple who will now make Bainbridge Island their home.  They were such a delight to work, so positive . . . and so […]
March 11, 2011
Just Sold Venice Loop on Bainbridge Island

Welcome to Bainbridge Island

My two recent sales bring two new families to Bainbridge Congratulations to the new owners of Venice Loop in Battle Point  & Alford Place in Winslow. Bainbridge Island is lucky to have these two amazing families join our community.  Welcome to the Marchinek and Pennington Families.
March 6, 2011

Miller Bay Waterfront Home Open Today 1-4

The sun is out this morning, I am hoping it will be out this afternoon too.  Stop by and see this amazing 6,000+ square foot waterfront estate on Miller Bay.  A great location between Poulsbo and Kingston.  Close to Bella Luna Pizzeria and Mora Ice Cream in Kingston, great destinations […]
March 4, 2011
9467 NE North Town Lp on Bainbridge Island for $356,000 - photo by Jen Pells

Bainbridge Isle: Another Amazing Bank Deal

9467 NE North Town Lp on Bainbridge for $356,000 This is the home that my husband and I bid on at auction before Christmas.   It sold at auction for $420,000.  That deal fell through and now it is back on the market, still bank owned for $356,000. We have […]
March 2, 2011
Bainbridge Island Chilly Hilly 2011 - Jen Pells, Realtor

Bainbridge Island 2011 Chilly Hilly

The participants of the 2011 Chilly Hilly saw it all: freezing temperatures, rain, snow . . . I guess they saw it all, except a little sun. I got up early, not to ride, but to take photos of the first ferry unloading at 8:30am.  My fingers were frozen after […]