Kitsap Peninsula is ‘almost’ an island. Located due West of Seattle, the county was named for Chief Kitsap of the Suquamish Tribe in 1857. This county boasts 250 miles of saltwater shoreline and caters to boaters, sailors, and birdwatchers with its secluded harbors and numerous historic lighthouses at the waters’ edge. Public transportation includes walking ferries—getting you quickly from one part of the peninsula to another. Port Orchard or Bremerton both have routes to Bainbridge Island—which, by the way—is where pickleball was invented. If you’re looking for a quiet, community-minded homebase close to a major city, Kitsap County is an ideal place to call home.
Build on your lot in
- Port Orchard
- Bainbridge Island
and surrounding areas throughout the county!
Design Center Near Kitsap County
We invite you to visit and tour our local design center. Our team of knowledgeable Home Ownership Counselors are there to answer your questions and look forward to helping you through the process of building the home of your dreams.