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Hansville

Located at the North end of the Kitsap Peninsula, Hansville is known for its spectacular low to high bank waterfront properties. With sweeping views of Admiralty Inlet, Whidbey Island and the Hood Canal you’ll see why many people love relocating here to find or build their dream homes. A relatively rural community, some of North Kitsap’s most picturesque parks for walking, hiking and fishing are located here. Boasting the lowest rainfall in the county, this area is often a top pick for outdoor recreation.

 

Highlights

Parks:
6
Population:
3,091
Bike Friendly
Restaurants:
2

Neighborhoods

With the average home price being $454,300, there are so many great neighborhoods to explore in Hansville.

  • Driftwood Key
  • Eglon
  • Hood Canal
  • Norwegian Wood
  • Shorewood
  • Point No Point

 

Interested in finding a home in any of these locations?

Contact us today and we’d love to find you a home in your ideal area!

 

Activities

So many beautiful outdoor activities to check out around Hansville.

One of Hansville’s most popular destination is the Point No Point Lighthouse and park. A National Historic Landmark, it is one of the oldest lighthouses on the Puget Sound. The shoreline around the lighthouse is beautiful any time of year and fisherman can often be seen catching salmon from the beach.

Hansville is also a popular destination for bird watchers. Kitsap County’s Buck Lake park is a perfect spot for a picnic, bike rest stop or summer swim. The Hansville Greenway is a 245 acre tract that reaches from the Puget Sound at Norwegian Point Park, includes the west shore of Buck Lake and ends at the Hood Canal. The Greenway includes walking tails and wildlife viewing stations.

 

Restaurants

Peninsula Pies, Hansgrill