When we were looking to move here, we ended up “dating,” Bainbridge on the weekends, to explore the different neighborhoods and decide what was the best fit for our family. The information below will help you start that process … see maps, photos, and insider information to help you research the different Bainbridge Island neighborhoods from afar.

North Island Neighborhoods

The North Island Neighborhoods offer a variety of living options.  From waterfront estates on Sunrise Drive with east facing city views and awesome sunrises, to Manzanita Bay waterfront homes with spectacular Olympic Mountain views and sunsets, and everything in between. There are many options at every price point.

  • Agate Point
  • Arrow Point
  • Manzanita Bay
  • Meadowmeer
  • Port Madison
  • Rolling Bay
  • Seabold

Central Island Neighborhoods

Central Island Neighborhoods are close to Winslow and the ferry, which makes for a quick commute. Modern and cozy condos are a popular option, but so are Eagle Harbor waterfront homes and neighborhoods like North Town Woods and Commodore that offer sidewalks and cul-de-sacs perfect for walks and bike riding.

  • Battle Point
  • Ferncliff
  • Island Center
  • Manitou Beach
  • Murden Cove
  • Yeomalt Point
  • Wing Point
  • Winslow

South Island Neighborhoods

The sunny south end is popular and known for its all day sun exposure.  The south end enjoys proximity to Lynwood Center, which offers shops, restaurants and a historic cinema.  Large neighborhoods like Fort Ward offer newer construction, while view neighborhoods like Bill Point are known for their 1970’s mid-century modern architecture.  Many Crystal Springs area homes have western exposure and views of Rich Passage while waterfront homes on Rockaway Beach or Country Club Road have eastern exposure and view of Seattle.

  • Bill Point
  • Crystal Springs
  • Eagle Harbor
  • Fort Ward
  • Lynwood Center
  • Point White
  • Rockaway Beach
  • South Beach