Sunshine and water views collide in Sequim’s unincorporated Diamond Point neighborhood, a sought-after enclave occupying a tidy corner on the eastern Olympic Peninsula. Perched above the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Discovery Bay, Diamond Point affords residents a feeling of private exclusivity while still remaining close to everything the area has to offer. And because it’s located within the Olympic Rain Shadow, the neighborhood gets considerably less rainfall than what the Pacific Northwest is known for, giving you plenty of opportunity to enjoy endless outdoor activities.
Diamond Point has the feel of a secret spot, yet is just a 20-minute drive from Sequim. Because it borders water on two sides, many of the bluff and plateau lots in Diamond Point bring stunning views. The area is very walkable, with easy community beach access. Building in Diamond Point may bring challenges with slopes, so working with a design/build firm like Estes Builders can help you determine the best way to maximize your home design to the property and the surroundings.
Here are just a few of the highlights of owning a home in Diamond Point: · Along with strolls on the beach, outdoor walks are easy in the adjacent Miller Peninsula State Park and Thompson Spit. The larger park plan is in development, but miles of trails wind through woods and beach for enjoyment today.
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