Bremerton, Washington, isn’t just the largest city in Kitsap County. It is a central hub of the U.S. Navy, home to the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (the nation’s largest Naval shipyard) and part of Naval Base Kitsap (the nation’s third-largest Naval base). Bremerton’s status as a Navy town with water on three sides means there’s rarely a dull moment, whether you’re looking for a job, watching an aircraft carrier head out to sea, or partaking in any number of outdoor activities. Plus, Bremerton is just a 30-minute Fast Ferry ride (or 60-minute car ferry ride) from Seattle, providing easy access to additional entertainment and cultural events.
Want something a bit more removed? Nearby neighborhoods and communities offer a diversity of lifestyles and home types. These include East Bremerton, a vibrant community close to necessities; Manette, just across the water from downtown Bremerton with a quaint downtown and views of the shipyards and Seattle to the other; Tracyton, with quiet, small-town vibe and ample views; and Illahee, tucked away from the hustle and bustle and highlighted by an eponymous state park offering camping, hiking, fishing, and boating.
Bremerton offers a little bit of everything when it comes to existing homes, from water views or forested acreage to traditional suburban neighborhoods. Building new is a little tougher due to available land and city regulations. Estes Builders can help you navigate the requirements and create a design most suited for your property.
Here are just a few of the highlights of owning a home in Bremerton:
Surrounded by water and mountains, there is plenty of outdoor activities within and just beyond the bustle of Bremerton’s urban core.
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Banner Photo: Copyright Jonathan Miske
Admiral Theater Photo: Copyright Dennis Jernberg
Aerial Photo: Copyright Digitonin