Bellingham, WA 98225
The Edgemoor neighborhood in southwest Bellingham is Northwest living at its best. With stunning views of Bellingham Bay and the San Juan Islands, the 2,000 residents who live here revel in Edgemoor’s pristine, natural setting.
Chuckanut Boulevard, running through Edgemoor from Fairhaven south to Skagit County, is easily one of Bellingham’s most scenic drives. Built prior to the construction of I-5, it remains a favorite for those who like to slow down and take in the beautiful landscape on their journey south. Many of the panoramas along Chuckanut simply can’t be beat.
Several natural attractions lie in or near Edgemoor Neighborhood. Clark’s Point boasts incredible views of the San Juans and the Cascades, accessible to ambitious and casual hikers alike. Larrabee State Park lies just south of Edgemoor, and draws visitors from near and far to camp overnight, hike miles of trails, explore tide-pools, or simply soak up the sun on the beach.
Homes in Edgemoor are built with setting in mind: many of them take advantage of the area’s gorgeous water views, with large windows and high decks. Many developments even have well-built paths leading directly to the beach. The neighborhood feels rural and “away from it all”—but it only feels that way. With Fairhaven only a few miles down the road, residents are never far from the convenience of shopping, schools, or their favorite restaurants.
Elementary-aged children attend Happy Valley or Larrabee Elementary schools, while middle-schoolers attend Fairhaven Middle School. High-school aged students attend Sehome High School.