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  • Raincoast Farms, LLC

    • Food & Farm
    • Food Producers
    • Meeting/Event Rental Space
    • Non-Profits
    12224 Airport Cutoff Road
    Port Townsend, WA 98368
    • About

      Close your eyes and imagine 17 1/2 acres of second and third growth fir, cedars, and hemlock located in the heart of the rain shadow of the Olympic mountains AND minutes from the famed arts and seaport village of Port Townsend, Washington! In the middle of this private forest, 5 acres has been cleared to let the sun come shining through to gardens, greenhouses, and a magical designer barn. Welcome to Raincoast Farms!

      The residence, currently called Big Cedars Lodge, has a total of 2050 square feet of living space. It is currently divided as a duplex, giving the owners an opportunity for rental income, guest space, or potential remodel combining the two levels. The main living space is on the upper level, and consists of a living room, small study/library, kitchen, two bedrooms and one bath. It also has a 900 square foot upper level deck. The lower level is 800 square feet with a 600 square foot covered patio, and has one bedroom, one bath.

      The residence is surrounded by 5 acres of second growth cedar, fir, and hemlock trees, and has privacy from the garden and greenhouse areas. There is an adjacent 2 1/2 car garage and storage/work space. In addition, there is a garden gazebo in the yard…a great place for morning coffee or evening cocktails and a large covered barbeque pit! The property has a 4 bedroom septic system which was completely rebuilt in 2006.

      There are three fenced and gated garden areas included in the property, covering approximately 2300 square feet. The largest area is dedicated to summer and fall harvests (corn, squash, cucumber, pumpkin), one to root vegetable plants (potatoes, beets, onions) and one garden is primarily used as a spring and summer vegetable, and flower garden.

      All vegetables and flowers are grown in a pesticide free environment at Raincoast Farms.

      The orchard is the home to 55 fruit bearing varieties of apple, pear, and plum trees. On the perimeter of the orchard there are 12 varieties of berry bushes, including blackberries, raspberries, marion berries, and blueberries.

      All fruits and berries are grown in a pesticide free environment.