With gorgeous waterfront properties, a friendly small-town feel, and a vibrant artistic community, it’s no wonder so many residents of the north side of Bainbridge Island can’t imagine living anywhere else.
This community is home to some incredible parks and green spaces, including Manzanita Park and the famed Bloedel Reserve, which boasts 150 acres of tree-filled forests, trails, wildlife, lush gardens, and a beautiful reflection pool. North Bainbridge is also home to the Bainbridge Athletic Club, with tennis courts and an outdoor pool, and the Meadowmeer Golf & Country Club, a 9-hole public course that surrounded by a neighborhood of lovely residences. Just north of the golf course are several local vineyards and winemakers, including Perennial Vintners, Bainbridge Vineyards, Eagle Harbor Winery, and Eleven Winery. Explore some of the small businesses, makers, and artists that make this community so unique, like the Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network (BARN)—and of course inhabitants are never far from the Bainbridge Museum of Art, centrally located just steps from the Seattle-Bainbridge Ferry dock. With an array of outdoor spaces and activities just moments from home, as well as cultural institutions and in-city conveniences, North Bainbridge truly offers its residents a little bit of everything.