Sequim, WA

Welcome to Our Community

Located at the base of the Olympic Mountains, Sequim is a small town with close to 7000 residents and closer to 30,000 in the surrounding area. Often called Sunny Sequim because of its unique climate, it averages only 16 inches of rain per year, even in close proximity to the Hoh Rainforest.

This climate is perfect for growing lavender and the commercial crop has earned Sequim the nickname “Lavender Capital of North America.” You can tour lavender farms throughout the year or visit for the annual Lavender Weekend.

With an active arts community, vibrant downtown, full of local shopping and dining, Sequim is bursting with small town charm. There is a local farmer’s market, unique city parks, historic sites dating back to the 1857, and a large elk herd to watch out for.

Sequim has grown significantly over the past 30 years, particularly with pilots and other aviation enthusiasts who take advantage of the active flying community. There are eight private airports and heliports and a very active public airport.

The community works hard to preserve what Sequim has to offer and has led to grass-roots organizations to  support the downtown, farmland, and waterways from overdevelopment.

For outdoor enthusiasts, there’s a little bit of everything. Marinas on the Sequim Bay, hiking to the Dungeness Spit to the new Lighthouse, or head west into the Olympic National Park.

Interested in learning more about Sequim? Let us know. We’d love to show you around and help you find your dream home.

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