Debb Janes has been a real estate agent since 2004 in Clark County, WA, where she specializes in ViewHomes™, family estates, multi-generational living, and homes with large lots or acreage.
The rural lifestyle in Southwest Washington is one woven into our rich history. Fishing, trading, agricultural ventures, logging, and other outdoor-centric activities.
Privacy Is the Ultimate Luxury
Today, we’ve still got plenty of room for raising animals, growing gardens, and stretching out in peace and quiet.In recent years, the appeal and enjoyment for life in the country has grown. People are seeking out more land around their homes and romanticize the idea of sustainability.
The census bureau defines rural as any population, housing, or territory not in an urban area. We define it as property outside of dense population clusters and outside of the normal city and urban services.
Clients often describe it as having plenty of room to create their own space and enjoy their privacy amid soothing and peaceful surroundings.
Naturally, this lifestyle often puts you in close contact with nature. Which means sharing your space with plenty of wildlife. Hopefully, with the mindset of harmony.
If you appreciate having elbow room for the soul, and nature as neighbors, then the rural lifestyle right be the right fit for you.Give me a call today, I’ll love to help you find the perfect spot to call home.
Clark County, WA, located in the Southwestern tip of the state, is noted for the natural surroundings of the Pacific Northwest. With the mighty Columbia River to the south, the picturesque Lewis River on its north border, and the rushing Washougal River to the east, it’s easy to see why outdoor recreation is a big priority for the nearly half million residents who call this home. The area is also surrounded by the majestic wonders of the Cascade Mountains and the Columbia River Gorge, which offer sweeping vistas of the area and unlimited opportunities for outdoor experiences. As part of the Portland – Vancouver metropolitan area, Clark County also has access to a dynamic city lifestyle where you can find shopping, restaurants, theater, and the arts.
The environment here is pretty relaxed. Jeans and boots, or shorts and sandals in the summer, are perfectly acceptable in most public spots in Clark County. Wine and beer festivals, music festivals, and plenty of family events keep the calendar booked year round. Like other Pacific Northwest communities, coffee is a big part of the culture. You’ll find many local shops, as well as the Seattle-based Starbucks, in abundance throughout the county. Friendly, casual, and polite, most folks are happy to leave the pretentious elsewhere. You’re encouraged to come visit, and if you decide to stay, there are many amazing neighborhoods with a variety of homes to choose from in Clark County.