Bow Real Estate

    Bow, Washington is a close-knit community located in Skagit County overlooking Samish Bay. Ideal for those who thrive in a quiet hamlet just minutes away from ample dining, shopping and recreational activities, Bow itself is home to eateries and hosts seasonal attractions for the whole family.

    Get Outside in Bow, Washington

    Located near Mount Vernon and Anacortes, Bow is situated close to plenty of outdoor pursuits. If hiking turns you on, try the Lily and Lizard Lake trail. There, you will find stunning forest vistas of lush green forest blanketed with ferns, idyllic mountain ponds and breathtaking views of the San Juan Islands. This outdoor recreational area is a summertime haven, particularly for the avid mountain biker.

    For the more adventurous, Blanchard Launch is within striking distance of Bow and offers a paragliding launch point, in addition to views for those who are less-than-thrilled with drastic heights.

    Bow’s Bountiful Dining Options

    Bow also has amazing options for those who prefer adventure on their plate rather than in their pack. Many exceptional and tasty options are available in this small town, with a wide variety of fares from seafood to duck, veggies to steaks and souffles to apple pie. A short five-minute drive to nearby Edison affords even more options for other exceptional local eateries suited to any taste.

    Art and Beyond in Bow

    The Pacific Northwest is known for artisans and artists, and Bow is no different. Here you can find Smith and Vallee Woodworks. Known for gorgeous cabinetry, Smith and Vallee are experts in salvaged and reclaimed woods – used to create unique rustic-chic furniture designs. Other local art attractions include the newly-opened  “i.e. gallery” showcasing the work of artists from all over the Pacific Northwest as well as local, less well-known, artists. Exhibits scale the artistic gamut from abstract to realism, so there is something for every variety of art-lover.

    Wintertime in Bow offers its own special treats; the community is home to the Bow Hill Railroad, a narrow-gauge railway on which the owner, a local landowner, hosts his Annual Santa Train. Part fun, part fundraiser, area residents are invited to take a ride around his property on the railway; passengers need only donate to the local food bank or humane society in exchange for the ride.

    Bow affords its residents the benefits of a quiet community situated in a prime location ready to tackle the fun and adventures of the Pacific Northwest. Whether on pavement, dirt or air, Bow delivers with exciting activities for everyone. For help with buying or a selling a home in this beautiful part of the Skagit Valley, give Dominic Pettruzzelli and his local team of Keller Williams professionals a call at 360-610-7256 to get started today.