Bainbridge Island House Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, 2bathrooms (sleeps 10)+ den
This pet friendly home is a 3 bedroom, 2 bath that sleeps 10 in historic Port Madison. It has a stunning view of the bay with a parade of boats coming and going well on until dusk. There is an extensive deck with grill, hot tub and two outdoor dining tables. The house sits on 3/4 of an acre and has large evergreen trees with an collections of rhodondendrons...come see the spring show! There is a large lawn for croquet or simply relaxing in the hammock.
The King Bedroom has a HDTV/DVD as does the media room which has a hide-a-bed. The king bedroom comes equipped with an iPhone docking station for charging and listening to your favorite music. The Queen room sleeps two in an antique four poster bed. The Bunk room has two bunkbeds and a hide a crib in the closet that sleeps four. The Media Room has a very comfortable hide a bed with foam mattress that sleeps 2. The home has wi-fi and cable if you tire of the spectacular surroundings and need screen time.
The house has two decks with a hot tub on the lower deck that looks out on the bay. A large lawn for croquet, hammock, playing with the dog.
The house is part of the Port Madison Water Company and so it enjoys a Private Beach, dock, boat ramp, and walking trails in the woods!
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
- children welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
This property is owned by a longtime Bainbridge Island family that moved here from Seattle 50 plus years ago. It is our little piece of heaven that we have to share with you. It is managed by two sisters, one who lives in Oregon and one in Seattle who along with their brother look forward to their children enjoying this property with their children!
Jake's Retreat was the original owner's little piece of heaven for over 55 years. It has been passed down to his kids who are keeping if for their children to enjoy. The original house was build in 1910 and has undergone three major additions/remodels that have tripled the size of the little cabin that Jake bought with his young bride in 1956.
The house is part of the Port Madison water company property that means it enjoys a private beach that runs the length of the neighborhood, a large forested green belt with trails behind the house, and a private dock with a boat launching ramp.