Waldron Island Real Estate and Homes For Sale

Waldron island dock mail bayWaldron Island is a small island in San Juan County Washington located about 2-3 nautical miles off the northwest shore of Orcas Island. There is a small air strip on the island and there are roads as well. President Channel is to the south of Waldron Island and Boundary Pass is to the northwest of the island. The Canadian American border is only about 4 nautical miles to the northwest of Waldron.

Property for sale on Waldron Island rarely occurs, usually only a few properties go up for sale per year. The most recent properties on the market were a couple land listings in the Mail Bay area of Waldron Island. If any of our viewers are interested in finding real estate and homes for sale on Waldron Island I would fill out the contact form below and let us know what your looking for. When properties come on the market through the nwmls or for sale by owner we will let you know as soon as something comes available.

Additionally search real estate on neighboring San Juan County Islands of Blakely Island real estate, Decatur Island real estate, Lopez Island real estate, Orcas Island real estate, San Juan Island real estate, Shaw Island real estate, and Waldron Island real estate.

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Waldron Island WA Information

In San Juan County most people live on the four islands served by public ferries: Lopez, Orcas, San Juan, and Shaw (Shaw makes no provision for tourists - there are only houses here). More sparsely settled are the "outer islands," as residents refer to those not served by ferries. Waldron Island, is the most populous with almost 100 year round residents living on 4.6 square miles; where as Blakely Island has only 36 residents on 6.9 square miles. Waldron Island has its own zip code of 98297.

Waldron Island:  Has Washington State's smallest one-room schoolhouse with something like seven kids currently in K-8 grades.

A $300,000 grant from the Paul G. Allen Forest Protection Foundation has helped the San Juan Preservation Trust buy 205 acres on Waldron Islandís Disney Mountain. The property includes over a mile of shoreline along President Channel immediately northwest of Orcas Island.

"The San Juan Preservation Trustís acquisition on Waldron Island will add protection to significant wildlife habitat in the San Juan Islands," said Jody Patton, executive director of The Paul G. Allen Forest Protection Foundation. "We are pleased to support the Trust and help save this acreage, and applaud their ongoing preservation efforts."

Allen, the philanthropic billionaire, established the foundation to support projects that acquire forestlands and protect them from development and exploitation.

The Waldron property encompasses many treasured features of the San Juan Islandsí landscape. Dramatic headlands and pocket beaches, grassy balds and rock outcrops, an array of wildflowers, forested habitat for raptors and songbirds are some of the elements that comprise this new addition to the Trustís system of nature preserves.

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