The Commander's Beach House

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Charming Historic Home...
Originally built in 1934 in the Colonial Revival Style, the house was intended as the residence for the Commanding Medical Officer of the U.S. Quarantine Station maintained here at Point Hudson. Over the years, as the property changed hands, this gracious home has been occupied by a number of Coast Guard, Navy, and Army Commanding Officers and their families.

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Delightful Seaside Beach House...
Now a delightful Beach House, this handsome seaside retreat offers a truly memorable experience to visitors from around the world. Its rich maritime heritage, combined with 2,000 feet of scenic, unspoiled Admiralty Inlet beach, provides a perfect setting for a romantic getaway or an adventurous holiday.




Mount Baker, Viewed From Our Beach
 

 

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