1898 Bayshore Road

For Sale: $1,975,000

4 Beds
3 ½ Baths
Single Family
3,950 sq ft
Year Built: 2007
MLS: 2052230
Parcel: 252250065000
Property Tax: $13,846/year
1898 Bayshore Road, Lopez Island, WA 98261

Exceptional Lopez Island Waterfront Estate With Protected Moorage in Fisherman’s Bay

Exceptional waterfront estate with protected moorage in Fisherman’s Bay. Private and stately on stunning walk out beach. 3950 sqft. home and two adjacent additional building lots. 4 beds, 3.5 baths, elegantly designed including gourmet eat-in kitchen, great room, luxury appliances and finishes. Main floor entertaining space with seamless flow onto generous patio, filled with natural light and active bay views. Expansive decks for entertaining friends and indoor/outdoor living. Enormous, finished daylight basement with wine cellar, crafting & exercise space. Entire property fully fenced including raised bed productive gardens. A truly exceptional property that offers the perfect combination of luxury, privacy, and natural beauty.


Automatic Sprinklers
Built-in Appliances
Covered Patio
Dual Pane Windows
Alarm System
Bonus Room
Ceiling Fans
Coast View
Dual Sinks
Extra-Tall Doorways
Drip Irrigation
Built-in Vanities
Dead End Street
Family Room
Guest Bedroom
Great Room
Home Theater
Fire Pit
Guest Room
Heated Floors
Ocean View
Jetted or Sunken Tubs
Home Office Area
Media Room
Private Patio
Rainshower heads
Programmable Thermostats
Recessed Lighting
Security System
Stainless Appliances
Granite Countertops
Workout Room
Wine Storage
Wine Cellar
Walk-in Closets
Tankless Water Heater
Under Cabinet Lighting
Walk-in Shower
Vanity Shelves
Concrete Tile
Guest Suite
Outside Access
Secure Building
RV Parking
In-Deck Hot Tub


Virtual Tour

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Lopez Island/Fisherman's Bay

Don’t be startled on your first visit to Lopez Island when people wave to you from their cars. This is “the Friendly Isle”—15 miles long with 63 miles of shoreline and 2,500 year-round residents. The Lopez landscape blends forests with rolling farmlands, quiet bays and driftwood-strewn beaches with distant views of mountain ranges and snow-tipped Mount Baker. Lopez Village offers quaint cafes, farm-to-table restaurants, a bookstore, galleries, a historical museum, a library, and unique shops.  

Lopez’s natural beauty and quality of life have attracted a variety of residents—artists, craftspeople, entrepreneurs, musicians, farmers, fishermen, and nature lovers. Scandinavian farmers arrived here in the 1850s, drawn by the island’s gentle topography, and Lopez Island farms today raise an eclectic range of products, from sheep to llamas, wine grapes to apples, and pears to kiwis.

Lopez offers the easiest cycling of the three main San Juan Islands. Consider bringing your bike for a day or weekend of scenic cycling, or rent one from Lopez Bicycle Works or Village Cycles.  (The interisland ferry from Orcas Island or San Juan Island is free for walk-on passengers and cyclists.) You may want to schedule your Lopez visit to coincide with one of the island’s special annual events—the Tour de Lopez bicycle tour each spring. Always scheduled for the last Saturday in April, Tour de Lopez is a non-competitive, rural road tour that offers short and long routes through the island’s varied landscape. You can also explore Lopez Island through a cycling or driving tour, paddle the rocky shoreline on a kayak tour, take a long walk on one of the islands many beaches, or hike the forest and byways of this tranquil island.

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