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Homes With Views – Camas and Washougal

Owning a home with a view of a river – or any vista – is a unique living experience. Likewise, it will add value when you are ready to sell. We receive requests all the time from buyers who dream of having a home views, and it’s always a pleasure to help them find the right match.

We are fortunate to live in the Pacific Northwest – recognized as one of the most scenic regions in the country.  This is especially true of Clark County, bordered on the south by the Columbia River.  Over the years, the “Mighty” Columbia carved natural canyons and gorges in its wake. In Clark County, this left rolling hillsides along the river which offer many vantage points with stunning views.  Likewise, some of the wildest rivers in the country feed into the Columbia through Clark County – creating many sites with sweeping panoramic views.

Camas and Washougal, in particular, are positioned along the Columbia and Washougal rivers, offering home owners multiple opportunities for views.  Before you start your search, it will help to get a feel for the market and view homes available.  Right now, it is clearly a sellers market in Clark County with only .6 months of inventory in the whole county. This makes view properties even more valuable – with an average price increase over last year of 12% for Camas and Washougal.

ViewHomes™️ Market Report for January 2021 Homes With Views for Sale (Note: Averages are for single family homes with views, and does not include a spectacular view home on Dawson Ridge in Camas for $18,997,000.)

 

Given the limited number of homes with views, it is important to be prepared when you start shopping.  An all-cash purchase will put you in a better position in a competitive market.  If you plan to finance the purchase, make sure you have a Pre-Approval letter from your lender (not just Pre-Qualified.). it will show the sellers you are serious, and you won’t have problems getting the loan.  Likewise, it is best if your down payment-funds are not contingent on another transaction.  It’s not a deal killer, but it will be hard to compete with someone who has cash on hand.

For more information about finding a home with a view, contact us.

Or start your search here.

Clark County Home Sales.

2021 brought a wild Sellers market to Clark County home sales.  Buyers are driving up the demand for homes. Inventory is at historical lows, and bidding wars have been crazy.  Many were waiving contingencies and even offering to match any shortfalls in appraisals.  As a result, homes were selling for way over asking price. Inventory shortage hasn’t eased yet, but there is some light at the end of this tunnel.  Inventory rose last month for the first time since January – not much, but hopefully a sign of a coming trend.

Bad News, Good News and Better News:

First, the Bad News: As the green graph shows on the chart below, Active Residential Listings over the past year have been declining.  The red line shows them dropping a bit more before ticking up in April. Still, if you are in the market to buy a home, there is a scarcity of selection.  The inventory – the time it takes to sell all homes listed – dropped from .8 months in January to .5 in March but ticked up to .6 in April .  Five to seven months is “balanced”, so this indicates it is still a Seller’s market.

Clark County Active Listings

The good news – if there is any:  the red line below shows New Listings on the market are back up to 2019 levels after a precipitous drop last year.

Clark County New Listings

We hope to see more homes coming on the market soon and that will help take the pressure off prices.

Now, the Better News (for Sellers):  If you are a homeowner, thinking about selling your home, now is the time to act.  With such a low inventory, you can expect a very quick sale, provided you price it correctly and have a realtor market it.  Last summer we sold a home for $30,000 over asking with no contingencies. No financing, appraisal, or inspections. Unheard of in a normal market. And that was just the beginning of the buying frenzy.

Clark County Home Sales – Prices Keep Going Up.

Meanwhile, the reality of a Seller’s market is that the Average Sale Price keeps rising. As the chart shows below, prices have risen regularly since January 2012.  And with low inventory and extremely low interest rates, prices will likely continue to rise for the near future.

Home Prices in Clark County

Tips For Surviving a Seller’s Market

Sellers:

If you are thinking about selling, now is a great time!  Some COVID restrictions have been eased – e.g. open houses are allowed again with certain restrictions.  All showings continue under controlled environments, but houses keep getting shown and sold.  Call us for the latest COVID guidelines and for a free consultation on your home’s value.

Buyers: 

Be super-prepared when you start looking.  Have your financing and down payment in order, and be prepared to make an offer as soon as you see what you like.  Waiting will likely mean the house will be gone. You might also find yourself in a bidding war. In that case, know your absolute limits, and don’t fall into the emotional trap of overpaying just to win.  An inflated price will hurt you in the long run when it comes time to sell.  You can start your home search here.

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Washougal Homes for Sale

Washougal Home Sales – February

Washougal is in a mostly rural part of Clark County, WA, and extends into remote Skamania County. For this reason, many homes are on acreage surrounded by trees, or have panoramic views on river waterfronts. Some have all of the above! Yet, it is close to city services, shops and amenities.

Its namesake, the Washougal River, cuts through the area starting north at the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Chinook for “Rushing Water”, the Washougal is one of the most pristine rivers in the West. Because of its rural location, the small town of Washougal has all the benefits of “nature as neighbors.” It has the peaceful environs of the country, yet easy access to city amenities and PDX International Airport.

If you are considering a home in Washougal WA, you should know the current market for homes sales*.

Market Report for Washougal WA Home Sales

38 Active from $449,900 to $1,925,000 Average SQFT – 3,514 Average $/SQFT – $225

29 Pending from $357,500 to $1,389,000 Average SQFT – 2,562 Average $/SQFT – $217

24 Sold in last 3 Months from $350,000 to $1,050,000 Average SQFT – 2,654 Average $/SQFT – $183

Median Days on Market was 74 – up from 33 DOM in November.  Still, properties in Washougal don’t stay on the market long! *Report is for Single Family Homes starting at $350,000.

Places of Interest in Washougal and Surrounding Area

Washougal is also known as the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge.” Head east along WA State Route 14 past Washougal to experience towering bluffs and breath-taking views of the massive Columbia River Gorge. Many options for light-to-challenging hiking.

Cape Horn Loop Trail. A bit challenging as nature hikes go, but worth it for the magnificent views of the Columbia River Gorge. Be aware that, at certain times of the year, some peaks are off limits due Peregrin falcons nesting. But, you’ll still hear their whistles as they soar overhead.

Captain William Clark Park along the Columbia River. This area offers running trails, picnicking, boating, and swimming. With the great setting on the Columbia, you will surely want to return for many outdoor activities.

Pendleton Woolen Mills. Visitors to the working woolen mill can take a free tour of the mill in small groups. You can see the process firsthand from their state-of-the-art dye house, through spinning and weaving, to the finishing of their distinctive Indian blankets. And afterwards, you can shop in the Mill Store where you can select from Pendleton’s array of menswear, womenswear, blankets and fabrics.

Our Bar Restaurant. Comfortable, casual restaurant that offers fresh local ingredients prepared in unique, flavorful dishes. Excellent breakfast and lunch menu. Try their home-baked bacon cheddar biscuits!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with Nature As Neighbors™.

If you want to receive our Market Report for home sales in Washougal, or any other area in Clark County, contact us.
Filed under: Washougal | Washougal River
 

washougal Home SalesWashougal Home Sales – November Market Report

Washougal is in a rural part of Clark County, WA. For this reason, many homes are on acreage, surrounded by trees, have panoramic views, or are on river waterfronts. Some have all of the above! Yet, it is close to city services, shops and amenities.

Its namesake, the Washougal River, Chinook for “Rushing Water”, is one of the most pristine rivers in the West. Because of its rural location, the small town of Washougal has all the benefits of “nature as neighbors.” It has the peaceful environs of the country, yet easy access to city amenities.

If you are considering a home in Washougal WA, you should know the current market for homes sales*.

Market Report for Washougal WA Home Sales

42 Active from $359,500 to $4,200,000 Average SQFT – 3,115 Average $/SQFT – $257

15 Pending from $410,000 to $1,149,000 Average SQFT – 2,750 Average $/SQFT – $212

24 Sold in last 3 Months from $350,000 to $850,000 Average SQFT – 2,721 Average $/SQFT – $200

Median Days on Market was 33 – down from 45 DOM in September.  Properties in Washougal don’t stay on the market long! *Report is for Single Family Homes starting at $350,000.

Places of Interest in Washougal and Surrounding Area

Washougal is also known as the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge.” Head east along WA State Route 14 past Washougal to experience towering bluffs and breath-taking views of the massive Columbia River Gorge. Many options for light-to-challenging hiking.

Cape Horn Loop Trail. A bit challenging as nature hikes go, but worth it for the magnificent views of the Columbia River Gorge. Be aware that, at certain times of the year, some peaks are off limits due Peregrin falcons nesting. But, you’ll still hear their whistles as they soar overhead.

Captain William Clark Park along the Columbia River. This area offers running trails, picnicking, boating, and swimming. With the great setting on the Columbia, you will surely want to return for many outdoor activities.

Pendleton Woolen Mills. Visitors to the working woolen mill can take a free tour of the mill in small groups. You can see the process firsthand from their state-of-the-art dye house, through spinning and weaving, to the finishing of their distinctive Indian blankets. And afterwards, you can shop in the Mill Store where you can select from Pendleton’s array of menswear, womenswear, blankets and fabrics.

Our Bar Restaurant. Comfortable, casual restaurant that offers fresh local ingredients prepared in unique, flavorful dishes. Excellent breakfast and lunch menu. Try their home-baked bacon cheddar biscuits!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Check out our luxury home listing in Washougal.  Or – Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with Nature As Neighbors™.

If you want to receive our Market Report for home sales in Washougal, or any other area in Clark County, contact us.
Filed under: News | Washougal

Washougal Home Sales – September Market Report

Washougal is in a rural part of Clark County, WA. For this reason, many homes are on acreage, surrounded by trees, have panoramic views, or are on river waterfronts. Some have all of the above! Yet, it is close to city services, shops and amenities – without traffic jams.

Its namesake, the Washougal River, Chinook for “Rushing Water”, is one of the most pristine rivers in the West. Because of its rural location, the small town of Washougal has all the benefits of “nature as neighbors.” It has the peaceful environs of the country, yet easy access to city amenities.

If you are considering a home in Washougal WA, you should know the current market for homes sales*.

Market Report for Washougal WA Home Sales

44 Active from $353,000 to $4,200,000 Average SQFT – 3,019 Average $/SQFT – $262

15 Pending from $375,000 to $869,500 Average SQFT – 3,275 Average $/SQFT – $191

27 Sold in last 3 Months from $375,000 to $1,134,000 Average SQFT – 2,916 Average $/SQFT – $209

Median Days on Market was only 38 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long! *Report is for Single Family Homes starting at $350,000.

Places of Interest in Washougal and Surrounding Area

Washougal is also known as the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge.” Head east along WA State Route 14 past Washougal to experience towering bluffs and breath-taking views of the massive Columbia River Gorge. Many options for light-to-challenging hiking.

Cape Horn Loop Trail. A bit challenging as nature hikes go, but worth it for the magnificent views of the Columbia River Gorge. Be aware that, at certain times of the year, some peaks are off limits due Peregrin falcons nesting. But, you’ll still hear their whistles as they soar overhead.

Captain William Clark Park along the Columbia River. This area offers running trails, picnicking, boating, and swimming. With the great setting on the Columbia, you will surely want to return for many outdoor activities.

Pendleton Woolen Mills. Visitors to the working woolen mill can take a free tour of the mill in small groups. You can see the process firsthand from their state-of-the-art dye house, through spinning and weaving, to the finishing of their distinctive Indian blankets. And afterwards, you can shop in the Mill Store where you can select from Pendleton’s array of menswear, womenswear, blankets and fabrics.

Our Bar Restaurant. Comfortable, casual restaurant that offers fresh local ingredients prepared in unique, flavorful dishes. Excellent breakfast and lunch menu. Try their home-baked bacon cheddar biscuits!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA?  Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with Nature As Neighbors™.

If you want to receive our Market Report for home sales in Washougal, or any other area in Clark County, contact us.

Washougal Home Sales – July Market Report

Washougal is in a rural part of Clark County, WA. For this reason, many homes are on acreage, surrounded by trees, have panoramic views, or are on river waterfronts. Some have all of the above!

Its namesake, the Washougal River, Chinook for “Rushing Water”, is one of the most pristine rivers in the West. Because of its rural location, the small town of Washougal has all the benefits of “nature as neighbors.” It has the peaceful environs of the country, yet easy access to city amenities.

If you are considering a home in Washougal WA, you should know the current market for homes sales*.

Market Report for Washougal WA Home Sales

44 Active from $353,000 to $4,200,000 Average SQFT – 3,019 Average $/SQFT – $262

15 Pending from $375,000 to $869,500 Average SQFT – 3,275 Average $/SQFT – $191

27 Sold in last 3 Months from $375,000 to $1,134,000 Average SQFT – 2,916 Average $/SQFT – $209

Median Days on Market was only 38 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long! *Report is for Single Family Homes starting at $350,000.

Places of Interest in Washougal and Surrounding Area

Washougal is also known as the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge.” Head east along WA State Route 14 past Washougal to experience towering bluffs and breath-taking views of the massive Columbia River Gorge. Many options for light-to-challenging hiking.

Cape Horn Loop Trail. A bit challenging as nature hikes go, but worth it for the magnificent views of the Columbia River Gorge. Be aware that, at certain times of the year, some peaks are off limits due Peregrin falcons nesting. But, you’ll still hear their whistles as they soar overhead.

Captain William Clark Park along the Columbia River. This area offers running trails, picnicking, boating, and swimming. With the great setting on the Columbia, you will surely want to return for many outdoor activities.

Pendleton Woolen Mills. Visitors to the working woolen mill can take a free tour of the mill in small groups. You can see the process firsthand from their state-of-the-art dye house, through spinning and weaving, to the finishing of their distinctive Indian blankets. And afterwards, you can shop in the Mill Store where you can select from Pendleton’s array of menswear, womenswear, blankets and fabrics.

Our Bar Restaurant. Comfortable, casual restaurant that offers fresh local ingredients prepared in unique, flavorful dishes. Excellent breakfast and lunch menu. Try their home-baked bacon cheddar biscuits!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Check out our luxury home listing in Washougal.  Or – Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with Nature As Neighbors™.

If you want to receive our Market Report for home sales in Washougal, or any other area in Clark County, contact us.

Filed under: Market Reports | News | Washougal

Washougal Home Sales – Nature As Neighbors

If you are considering a home in Washougal WA, you will want to have this Market Report for homes sales. Washougal is in a rural part of Clark County, WA, so many homes are on acreage, have panoramic views, or are on river waterfronts.

Washougal is Chinook for “Rushing Water”

Its namesake, the Washougal River, Chinook for “Rushing Water”, is one of the most pristine rivers in the West. Because of its rural location, the small town of Washougal has all the benefits of “nature as neighbors.” It has the peaceful environs of the country, yet easy access to city amenities.

Market Report for Washougal WA Home Sales

25 Active from $427,450 to $4,200,000 Average SQFT – 3,940 Average $/SQFT – $245

13 Pending from $449,000 to $1,195,000 Average SQFT – 3,525 Average $/SQFT – $200

14 Sold in last 3 Months from $410,000 to $750,000 Average SQFT – 2,272 Average $/SQFT – $224

Median Days on Market was only 42 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Places of Interest in Washougal and Surrounding Area

Washougal is also known as the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge.” Head east along WA State Route 14 past Washougal to experience towering bluffs and breath-taking views of the massive Columbia River Gorge. Many options for light-to-challenging hiking.

Cape Horn Loop Trail. A bit challenging as nature hikes go, but worth it for the magnificent views of the Columbia River Gorge. Be aware that, at certain times of the year, some peaks are off limits due Peregrin falcons nesting. But, you’ll still hear their whistles as they soar overhead.

Captain William Clark Park along the Columbia River. This area offers running trails, picnicking, boating, and swimming. With the great setting on the Columbia, you will surely want to return for many outdoor activities.

Pendleton Woolen Mills. Visitors to the working woolen mill can take a free tour of the mill in small groups. You can see the process firsthand from their state-of-the-art dye house, through spinning and weaving, to the finishing of their distinctive Indian blankets. And afterwards, you can shop in the Mill Store where you can select from Pendleton’s array of menswear, womenswear, blankets and fabrics.

2 Rivers Bar & Grill. Comfortable, casual restaurant that offers fresh local ingredients prepared in unique, flavorful dishes. Also, the Happy Hour Menu won’t disappoint. Try their Sunday Brunch!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with Nature As Neighbors™.

If you want to receive our Market Report for home sales in Washougal, or any other area in Clark County, contact us.

View Homes of Clark County – The Mighty Columbia River

The Columbia River is recognized as one of the greatest natural assets of this area. It is called the “Mighty” Columbia because it empties an average of 192 million acre-feet into the Pacific Ocean each year. This immense water mass carves natural canyons and gorges in its path. Steep hillsides and vantage points offer many opportunities for stunning views. Owning a home with a view of the Columbia River is a unique living experience. Likewise, it will typically command a higher resale value when you sell. We receive requests all the time from buyers who dream of having a ViewHome™ with river views. So it’s always a pleasure to help them find the right match. If you are looking for Columbia River views in East County, that’s in Camas or Washougal.

Market Report for Homes With Columbia River Views:

28 Active from $489,500 to $4,200,000 Average SQFT 4,158 Average $/SQFT $214 16 Pending from $434,995 to $1,195,000 Average SQFT 3,394 Average $/SQFT $207 19 Sold in past 3 months from $410,000 to $1,850,000 Average SQFT 4,088 Average $/SQFT $173 Median Days on Market: 54 days – homes with Columbia River views don’t last long! 

Looking for a home with Columbia River Views, or own a home with a view of the Columbia you want to sell?  We specialize in finding and selling view homes of Clark County with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Nature as Neighbors – Waterfront Property

As Spring approaches, we all spend more time in the great outdoors – especially on the water. Some folks want easy access to boating and active water sports, while others just want a peaceful place to enjoy the relaxed, meditative environment. Water activities here are so popular, many buyers decide they want to live year-round on a river, bay, creek or pond.  Whatever venue they choose, waterfront homes have a built-in natural asset that provides years of enjoyment and adds greatly to its resale value.

Buying or Selling Homes on Waterfront

While Clark County offers many opportunities for waterfront living, the challenges of regulations, market demand, and a limited inventory have made this a specialized market. Shoreline protections, alone, can dictate home site footprints, setbacks, and mitigation requirements that are very different from normal home sites. Buyers and sellers should work with a broker who has expertise in waterfront properties and knows this market well.

ViewHomes™ of Clark County Market Report* for Waterfront Homes:

75 Active from $400,000 to $2,100,000
Average SQFT 3,508
Average $/SQFT $217

27 Pending from $400,000 to $2,500,000
Average SQFT 2,678
Average $/SQFT $241

43 Sold in past 3 months from $409,000 to $2,430,750
Average SQFT 3,384
Average $/SQFT $209

(Averages do not include the 55-acre parcel on Lacamas Lake for $13,500,000.)

Median Days on Market: 64 days.  This is down a bit from 87 DOM in February – these properties will start heating up as the weather gets better!

*Focusing on homes priced $400,000 and above

 

Looking for a waterfront property? Start your search here.

Have a home on the water you want to sell?  We specialize in selling homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Find Nature As Neighbors in Washougal

Washougal WA is one of those areas in Clark County where you can find privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”  Where nature is your neighbor, and sometimes properties are right along the water, which is always a bonus. Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and waterfront location – you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

A Bit of History: “Washougal” is Chinook For “Rushing Water”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Market Summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal

17 Active from $442,500 to $4,200,000
Average SQFT – 4,438

Average $/SQFT – $238

10 Pending from $429,900 to $995,000
Average SQFT – 2,618
Average $/SQFT – $242

18 Sold in last 3 Months from $410,000 to $810,000
Average SQFT – 3,013
Average $/SQFT – $195

Median Days on Market was 97 days – up from 77 days in January.

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Filed under: News | Washougal | Washougal River

We regularly post Market Reports to show the home sales activity in Clark County. Throughout the year we show activity in many towns in the RMLS, reporting more frequently on the areas where we concentrate our efforts – East County – Camas, Hockinson, and Washougal.  We use a pictograph to show Active, Pending, and Recent Sales, including average prices, etc.

At the bottom of our chart, we show the “Annual Increase in Sales Price” – which is derived from the RMLS monthly “AVG Price % Change” for that area.

The RMLS defines this as the rolling average sale price for the last 12 months compared to the average price 12 months prior. Monthly reports include this change for all of Clark County, as well as specific RMLS areas.

We started to notice an interesting change in this indicator for the past several months.  So we decided to plot it.  Since around 2011, the AVG Price % Change for most areas kept going up year after year.  That continued until 12 months ago.  Now the numbers show a different trend – leveling off, or even heading down slightly.

What does this mean?  The rate at which prices were going up is now cooling.  Average price increases in most areas are still positive, just not as high as previous years. Here are the trends in the areas where we focus our efforts:

Simultaneously, inventory, although still low, has been creeping up slowly as more new construction comes on line in the area.

A quick comparison of the larger Portland market (based on RMLS numbers) shows the same trajectory down in AVG Price % Change. A more comprehensive indicator – the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Index also shows that, for the Portland metro market (which includes Clark County) there is a year-over-year decrease in the rate of home price increases.

So, are we entering a cooling off period in the area?  In addition to a lower percent price change, overall closings are trending down.  This could, of course, be due to some of the Fed’s interest rate hikes last year.  The promise of no new rate increases in the coming months might boost overall sales again. Plus, inventory is going up as new construction adds more homes.

The message for Sellers is, when listing your property be very realistic about your pricing.  Inventory is still low, but qualified buyers are clearly expecting lower prices than last year.  Likewise, buyers should be aware of the opportunities as inventory increases.

For now, it appears to be a slight (and needed) pricing correction in the market. Due to the low inventory, we are still in a Sellers market. Buyers who find a home they love, need to act quickly and realistically with offers.

We don’t expect wild drops in pricing, but the trend appears to be downward for now.  It will be interesting to see how this plays out as we continue to track and report on price changes in the coming months.

Filed under: Brush Prairie | Camas | News | Washougal

Find Nature As Neighbors in Washougal

Washougal WA is one of those areas in Clark County where you can find privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”  Where nature is your neighbor, and sometimes properties are right along the water, which is always a bonus. Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and waterfront location – you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

A Bit of History: “Washougal” is Chinook For “Rushing Water”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Market Summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal

18 Active from $442,500 to $4,200,000
Average SQFT – 3,926

Average $/SQFT – $248

9 Pending from $479,900 to $950,000
Average SQFT – 3,325
Average $/SQFT – $183

11 Sold in last 3 Months from $417,000 to $925,000
Average SQFT – 3,269
Average $/SQFT – $200

Median Days on Market was 77 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.” ™

Filed under: News | Washougal

Find Nature As Neighbors in Washougal

Washougal WA is one of those areas in Clark County where you can find privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”  Where nature is your neighbor, and sometimes properties are right along the water, which is always a bonus.

Washougal is Chinook For “Rushing Water”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and waterfront location – you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

Market Summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal

22 Active from $442,500 to $4,200,000
Average SQFT – 4,004

Average $/SQFT – $232

6 Pending from $400,000 to $950,000
Average SQFT – 3,203
Average $/SQFT – $189

14 Sold in last 3 Months from $462,000 to $925,000
Average SQFT – 2,998
Average $/SQFT – $201

Median Days on Market was 63 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.” 

Find Nature As Neighbors in Washougal

Washougal WA is one of those areas in Clark County where you can find privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”  Where nature is your neighbor, and sometimes properties are right along the water, which is always a bonus.

Washougal is Chinook For “Rushing Water”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and waterfront location – you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

Market Summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal

20 Active from $429,900 to $4,200,000
Average SQFT – 3,925

Average $/SQFT – $220

8 Pending from $400,000 to $950,000
Average SQFT – 2,966
Average $/SQFT – $207

20 Sold in last 3 Months from $450,000 to $925,000
Average SQFT – 3,089
Average $/SQFT – $191

Median Days on Market was 70 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Find Nature As Neighbors in Washougal

Clark County, WA has many fine areas where you can find homes with acreage and “nature as neighbors”, yet still have easy access to city amenities. Washougal is one of those popular areas where you can find privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”  You can also find properties right along the water, which is always a bonus.

Washougal is Chinook For “Rushing Water”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and waterfront location – you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

Market summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal

43 Active from $410,000 to $4,500,000
Average SQFT – 3,808

Average $/SQFT – $198

17 Pending from $425,000 to $989,500
AverageSQFT – 2,206
Average $/SQFT – $267

16 Sold in last 3 Months from $425,000 to $995,000
Average SQFT – 2,828
Average $/SQFT – $219

Median Days on Market was 39 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Filed under: News | Washougal | Washougal River

Sick of the frenetic pace of the world? We’ve got just the spot for you. This five-acre creekside parcel offers you a private and soothing retreat – and an opportunity. The sellers have well over a million dollars invested in the property, currently offered at $785,000.   

The 2 bedroom, 1207 SQ. FT.  Carriage House is well appointed and the perfect spot to call home until the nearly 6,000 SQ.FT.  Main House is completed.

Exceptional materials and thoughtful architectural design create luxurious living surrounded by nature. Walls of glass create a seamless environment bringing the beauty of the outdoors, inside.

The finished Carriage House reflects the vision for both structures. Custom casement Jen-Weld windows, locally handcrafted doors and woodwork, and other thoughtful choices, such as recycled glass countertops are natural choices for this setting.

The architect and custom builder, both local, are highly regarded and plans and renderings are available to buyers with serious interest and purchasing ability.

A private neighborhood easement for nearby Washougal River gives residents access to an abundance of recreation.  Anglers will enjoy some of the best salmon fishing in Washington state – plus everyone can enjoy the other adventures such as white-water rafting, tubing, and of course, swimming.

Call us today for a private tour, and discover the rejuvenating benefits of a ViewHome™ with Nature As Neighbors.

Market Report – Waterfront Home Sales

When the weather warms up, buyers often start talking about being outdoors on the water. Some folks want easy access to boating and active water sports, while others just want a peaceful place to enjoy the relaxed, meditative environment. Whether it’s a river, bay, creek or pond, waterfront homes have a built-in natural asset many buyers want.

Buying or Selling Homes on Waterfront

While Clark County offers opportunities for waterfront living, the challenges of regulations, market demand, and a limited inventory have made this a limited, and specialized market. Regulations designed to protection our watersheds restrict the development of shoreline properties with tight footprints, setbacks, and mitigation requirements. Even creeks are regulated in certain protected watersheds, so this can cause frustration for anyone trying to build or expand a house along a natural waterway.

Whether you are looking for, or want to sell, waterfront property, you should work with a broker who has experience in this specialized market and knows how to achieve that perfect outcome for you.

Market Summary of ViewHomes™ of Clark County on Waterfront

63 Active from $425,000 to $2,790,000
Average SQFT 3,594
Average $/SQFT $239

37 Pending from $400,000 to $1,200,000
Average SQFT 3,127
Average $/SQFT $208

50 Sold in past 3 months from $400,000 to $1,675,000
Average SQFT 3,211
Average $/SQFT $199

Median Days on Market: 34 days. Waterfront homes don’t last for long!

Looking for a waterfront property? Start your search here.

Have a home on the water you want to sell?  We specialize in selling homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Find Nature As Neighbors in Washougal

Clark County, WA has many fine areas where you can find homes with acreage and “nature as neighbors”, yet still have easy access to city amenities. Washougal is one of those popular areas where you can find privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”  You can also find properties right along the water, which is always a bonus.

Washougal is Chinook For “Rushing Water”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and waterfront location – you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

Market summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal

29 Active from $424,900 to $4,900,000
Average SQFT – 3,675

Average $/SQFT – $266

12 Pending from $409,999 to $950,000
AverageSQFT – 2,655
Average $/SQFT – $245

19 Sold in last 3 Months from $420,000 to $1,600,000
Average SQFT – 2,797
Average $/SQFT – $226

Median Days on Market was 39 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Filed under: News | Washougal | Washougal River

It’s another rainy week, but I had the pleasure of meeting a client for coffee yesterday morning in downtown Washougal. The Washougal Coffee Company is generally quiet enough to allow for good conversation and the London Fogs are delicious.  In my opinion, this beverage is made for cold damp days in the Pacific Northwest.

 

A London Fog is also known as Vanilla Tea Misto or an Earl Grey Tea Latte. In Scotland, it’s called a Vancouver Fog, since it was originally created in Vancouver, British Columbia.  Basically, it’s steeped Earl Grey tea with steamed milk, a shot of vanilla, and a sweetener of choice. I also sprinkle the top layer of foam with nutmeg and cinnamon.

If you  haven’t had the pleasure of enjoying this creamy beverage, I encourage you to give it a try. Some people use a hint lavender in the recipe too, although, most often, I prefer to drink the classic. Just thinking about it makes me want to go back to the Washougal Coffee Company and order another.

 

Filed under: Lifestyle | Washougal

We specialize in view homes in Clark County that have large lots or acreage with “elbow room for the soul.” Those homes are often well-suited for multigenerational (multigen) living – separate living quarters to share with family or extended family. Since we live in a multigen household, we are always on the lookout for homes that can meet that growing market demand.
This week we feature a home in Washougal that offers multigen living:

39007 SE NICHOLS HILL RD, Washougal, WA

This beautiful 6-acre, 8,196 SQFT estate has panoramic river and city views. With a private and spacious master suite, 5 guest bedrooms, and outdoor living area, there is plenty of room for family and visitors.The outdoor living area has a built-in kitchen, fireplace and TV.  With a second garage, shop, and 2-bedroom caretaker quarters, this home is ready-made for multigen living.

Buyers: If you are looking for a home for multigen living, you can start your search here.

Sellers: If you have a home that has multigen features and you want to sell, call us – we are specialists in this field, and we have buyers ready to move!

Listing Courtesy RE/MAX Equity Group

Find Nature As Neighbors in Washougal

Clark County, WA has many fine areas where you can find homes with acreage and “nature as neighbors”, yet still have easy access to city amenities. Washougal is one of those popular areas where you can find privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”  You can also find properties right along the water, which is always a bonus.

Washougal is Chinook For “Rushing Water”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

Market summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal, WA   

32 Active from $465,000 to $4,900,000
Average SQFT – 3,829

Average $/SQFT – $244

9 Pending from $449,900 to $999,900
AverageSQFT – 3,447
Average $/SQFT – $183

15 Sold in last 3 Months from $416,000 to $775,000
Average SQFT – 2,687
Average $/SQFT – $204

Average Days on Market was 81 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Filed under: Market Reports | News | Washougal

You Can Live in Washougal With “Nature as Neighbors”

Clark County, WA has many fine areas where you can find homes with views, acreage and a place in the country, yet still have easy access to city amenities. Washougal is one of those popular areas where you can find privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”  You can also find properties right along the water, which is always a bonus.

Washougal is Chinook For “Rushing Water”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

Market summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal, WA   

36 Active from $465,000 to $4,900,000
Average SQFT – 3,730

Average $/SQFT – $242

7 Pending from $449,900 to $999,900
AverageSQFT – 3,379
Average $/SQFT – $193

25 Sold in last 3 Months from $400,000 to $1,800,000
Average SQFT – 3,304
Average $/SQFT – $231

Average Days on Market was 50 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Filed under: Market Reports | News | Washougal

Clark County, WA has many fine areas where you can find homes with acreage and “nature as neighbors”, yet still have easy access to city amenities. Washougal is one of those popular areas where you can find privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”  You can also find properties right along the water, which is always a bonus.

Washougal is Chinook For “Rushing Water”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

Market summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal, WA   

34 Active from $448,000 to $4,900,000
Average SQFT – 3,835

Average $/SQFT – $234

10 Pending from $415,000 to $775,000
AverageSQFT – 2,751
Average $/SQFT – $201

32 Sold in last 3 Months from $400,000 to $1,800,000
Average SQFT – 3,084
Average $/SQFT – $209

Average Days on Market was 45 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Filed under: Market Reports | News | Washougal

We specialize in view homes in Clark County that have large lots or acreage with “elbow room for the soul.” Those homes are often well-suited for multigenerational (multigen) living – separate living quarters to share with family or extended family. Since we live in a multigen household, we are always on the lookout for homes that can meet that growing market demand.
This week we feature a home in Washougal that offers multigen living:

810 SE 352ND AVE, WASHOUGAL, WA 98671

This 5,660 SqFt home is set up for horses with 5 acres a large barn and shop.  Master on the main with lots of room for family and to entertain guests. The second living quarters downstairs features a full kitchen, and second master with large bedroom and full bath.

This home is ready-made for a multigen household!

Buyers: If you are looking for a home for multigen living, you can start your search here.
Sellers: If you have a home that has multigen features and you want to sell, call us – we are specialists in this field, and we have buyers ready to move!

Listing Courtesy The Hasson Company

Filed under: MultiGen Homes | News | Washougal

Clark County, WA has many fine neighborhoods with great schools and amenities – close to shopping, services, and recreation. In addition, there are many area where you can find homes with acreage and “nature as neighbors”, yet still have easy access to those amenities. Washougal is one of those great area if you are looking for privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

Here is a quick market summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal, WA   

34 Active from $424,900 to $4,900,000
Average SQFT – 3,716

Average $/SQFT – $243

13 Pending from $400,000 to $1,500,000
AverageSQFT – 2,587
Average $/SQFT – $256

32 Sold in last 3 Months from $405,000 to $910,000
Average SQFT – 3,202
Average $/SQFT – $184

Average Days on Market was 40 days – properties in Washougal are moving quickly!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Filed under: View Homes | Views | Washougal

If you are looking for a view home with privacy, and a little acreage, you should consider the Washougal, WA area. 

The Washougal River, whose name is Chinook for “rushing water”, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities. Homes in the area are typically rural, and open – providing “elbow room for the soul.”

Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

Here is a quick market summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal, WA   

34 Active from $409,900 to $2,000,000
Average SQFT – 3,504

Average $/SQFT – $215

13 Pending from $425,900 to $925,000
AverageSQFT – 3,013
Average $/SQFT – $202

21 Sold in last 3 Months from $425,000 to $849,900
Average SQFT – 2,947
Average $/SQFT – $180

Average Days on Market was 47 – a little over 6 weeks- properties in Washougal are moving quickly!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Begin your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

With Spring’s arrival, more people are getting outside to enjoy the nice weather. In this environment, buyers start thinking about living on or near water.  Some want easy access to boating and active water sports. Others just want a peaceful place for quiet reflection -water has a natural, meditative effect on us, especially being around moving water. 

The Pacific Northwest has many amazing bodies of water – rivers, bays, lakes and creeks all enhance our connection to nature. But regulations designed to protect our watersheds restrict the development of shoreline properties with tight footprints, setbacks, and mitigation requirements. Even creeks are regulated in certain protected watersheds. This can cause frustration for anyone trying to build or expand a house along a natural waterway (previous structures are grandfathered in, but there are still limitations on what you can do to the property.)

Regulation, market demand, and a limited inventory all add up to create a specialized market. Whether you are looking for, or want to sell, waterfront property, you should work with a broker who has experience in this specialized market and knows how to achieve that perfect outcome for you.

Here is a snapshot of the current market for waterfront ViewHomes™ of Clark County:

57 Active from $409,900 to $2,795,000
Average SQFT 3,632
Average $/SQFT $230

1 Bumpable 4157 SQFT for $659,000 at $159/SQFT

20 Pending from $415,000 to $3,290,000
Average SQFT 3,338
Average $/SQFT $226

24 Sold in past 3 months from $420,000 to $2,500,000
Average SQFT 3,683
Average $/SQFT $195

Median Days on Market – 69

View properties on water tend to move quickly, so now is a great time to buy or sell waterfront property. Give us a call – we specialize in ViewHomes™ of Clark County.

The demand for multigenerational homes continues to grow each year. Ten years ago, we bought a townhouse right next to my elderly parents so we could help them out, but still have our own personal space.  When they started having trouble navigating the stairs, we found a daylight basement home with single level living on the first floor and separate living quarters below.  We never thought we would be part of a major trend, but this lifestyle has become mainstream and is growing.

In addition to the economic benefits of shared expenses, there are social and familial benefits of deepened relationships and enriched lives. Adult children have the peace of mind of taking care of their aging parents by not putting them into a facility. Grandchildren have the bonus of quality time with their grandparents on a regular basis.

We think it’s no coincidence that our specialty – view homes with “elbow room for the soul” works well for multigen homes, too.  We know how to evaluate homes on larger lots with the potential for additional living quarters. Whether separate living quarters, or shared space, we understand and live the lifestyle, so we know how to find the right multigen home.

It also helps to know what the market looks like when you start shopping for a multigen home.  Here is a snapshot of ViewHomes™ of Clark County with dual-living features, starting at $400,000:

48 Active Listings – $419,900 to $4,500,000
Average SQFT – 4,810

Average $/SQFT – $195

2 Bumpable Buyers – $798,000 to $2,250,000
Average SQFT- 5,168

Average $/SQFT – $295

20 Pending – $435,000 to $3,290,000
Average SQFT– 4,324
Average $/SQFT – $212

22 Sold in last 3 Mos – $403,000 to $1,250,000
Average SQFT – 3,925
Average $/SQFT – $178

Median Days on Market was 2 Months – multigen homes do not last long in this market!

If you are looking for a home for Multi-Gen living, you can start your search here. Or if you have a home that has Multigen features and you want to sell, call us – we are specialists in this field, and we have buyers ready to move!

We continue to receive inquiries about multigenerational homes now that the lifestyle has become more popular. Besides the economics of sharing expenses, there are the real social and familial benefits of deepened relationships and enriched lives. Adult children have the peace of mind of taking care of their aging parents, grandchildren have the bonus of quality time with their grandparents on a regular basis.

We think it’s no coincidence that our specialty – view homes with “elbow room for the soul” works well for multi-gen homes, too.  We are familiar with how to convert homes on larger lots into the potential for additional living quarters. Because we understand and live the lifestyle, we know how to find the right multi-gen home.

It also helps to know what the market looks like when you start shopping for a multi-gen home.  Here is a snapshot of ViewHomes™ of Clark County with dual-living features priced starting at $400,000:

49 Active Listings – $419,900 to $4,500,000
Average SQFT – 5,072

Average $/SQFT – $212

3 Bumpable Buyers – $690,000 to $2,250,000
Average SQFT- 6,020

Average $/SQFT – $257

11 Pending – $425,000 to $1,250,000
Average SQFT– 3,588
Average $/SQFT – $180

32 Sold in last 3 Mos – $400,980 to $1,250,000
Average SQFT – 3,738
Average $/SQFT – $176

Average Days on Market: 87 – Multi-gen homes do not last long in this market!

If you are looking for a home for Multi-Gen living, you can start your search here. Or if you have a home that has Multi-Gen features and you want to sell, call us – we are specialists in this field, and we have buyers ready to move!

 

Launch the holidays in Clark County at the Port of Camas-Washougal Christmas Ships Parade on Saturday, December 3rd. The parade starts at 6 PM – crowds assemble along the docks at the Port around 5 PM to witness this annual tradition. If the weather is bad, you can slip into the Port’s office.

The Christmas Ships Parade has regaled the Portland/Vancouver region with holiday cheer since 1954. What started with a few volunteer enthusiasts has grown to a fleet of roughly 50 to 60 boats. Now two fleets sail along the Columbia and Willamette rivers – sometimes together – lighting up the water with Christmas decorations and customized lights and signs. This year the parades run from December 2nd through the 18th – the first night’s parade is farther down river along Marine Drive in Portland.

You can check out the schedule and best viewing locations along each river at the Christmas Ships web site. It is a delightful show for both young and old with themes that run the gamut from traditional yuletide to whimsical nautical. It’s a great way to set aside some time from your busy schedule to meet up with friends and get into the holiday mood.

This activity is a volunteer labor of love – Christmas Ship skippers donate their own fuel and time, and receive no compensation.  The cost of insurance is offset by generous donations from businesses and restaurants located along the waterfront. So support the cause by booking your parties and reservations at the sponsoring restaurants and hotels, and make sure you tell them you’re coming to view the Christmas Ships.

If you want to know more about our favorite spots for viewing the Christmas Ships, just call us.  We’ll be glad to lighten up your holiday!

Filed under: Camas | Events | Lifestyle | News | Washougal