Search for homes on Bainbridge Island by Neighborhood

You can now search for homes on Bainbridge Island by Neighborhood. Click on a neighborhood link to the left or click the map above to to got the main search page.

Neighborhoods on Bainbridge Island

Click on the neighborhood links below to see homes for sale by neighborhood.  Also, find out about smaller developments and enclaves within many of the neighborhoods.  You’ll also see maps, photos and practical insider information to help you research the wide variety of Bainbridge Island neighborhood from afar.

North Island Neighborhoods

The North Island Neighborhoods offer a variety of living options.  From waterfront estates on Sunrise Drive with Seattle City Views, to Manzanita Bay waterfront homes boasting Olympic Mountain views and sunsets, to stately, manicured Hidden Cove Estates Neighborhoods to the large pastoral lots found in the Rolling Bay neighborhoods – there are variety and options for every price point.

Central Island Neighborhoods

Central Island Neighborhoods offer close proximity to Winslow and the ferry, but the many different housing options are still present. Modern and cozy condos are a popular option, but so are Eagle Harbor waterfront homes and neighborhoods like North Town Woods and Commodore that offer sidewalks and cul-de-sacs perfect for walks and bike riding.  Horse properties can be found in all areas of the island, even five minutes to the ferry in the popular Derby Downs area.

South Island Neighborhoods

The sunny south end is popular for many reasons, in addition to its warm southern exposure.  The south end enjoys proximity to the popular Lynwood Center, which offers shops, restaurants and a historic cinema.  Large neighborhoods like Fort Ward offer newer construction, while view neighborhoods like Bill Point are known for their 1970’s mid-century modern architecture.   Many Crystal Springs area homes have western exposure and views of Rich Passage while waterfront homes on Rockaway Beach or Country Club Road have the coveted eastern exposure and Seattle Space Needle view.

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