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This 924 square foot two bedroom, two bathroom manufactured home is located across from the west shore of Big Lake, a ten minute drive south of Mt. Vernon. Big Lake is known for resident coastal cutthroat trout and largemouth bass. The community around the lake has experienced growth as both a year-round and weekend retreat. Public access, with boat ramp to Big Lake, is located less than one half mile south of the home.
The 6.16 acre parcel provides a secluded setting to the home, which is located at the west end of the property, and is surrounded by Douglas-fir and cedar trees. The seller has a system of walking paths that meander through the property.
The 1992 Marlette single-wide manufactured home was moved to the property and is in good condition. It is served by public water and on-site septic.
The home has a covered deck. The living room has a wood stove and is open to the kitchen and small dining room. There is a laundry room and master suite with full bathroom. The second bedroom and full bathroom are at the opposite end of the home. A small shed and deck area are near the home, with an outdoor fire pit located below.
The home is being sold fully furnished, providing opportunity for a year-round rental or weekend retreat by Big Lake, with proximity to the North Cascades, and location less than a 90-minute drive from Vancouver, BC or Seattle.
17724 West Big Lake Blvd, Skagit County, Washington. APN: P62061
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