Cottages at Seabright Farm moves toward construction


The Cottages at Seabright Farm received its final plat approval by Whatcom County on August 8, meaning individual lots have been recorded as separate legal parcels. The development now has the ability to close lot sales with owners being then free to obtain building permits and begin construction.

According to a press release issued by the Orca Shores partnership, a number of lots are either “already reserved or contracted for immediate sale, and on those, we will be able to move rapidly towards the start of cottage construction.”

All lots are fully serviced with all utilities including water, septic, electrical and DSL internet service. Developers have built a community greenhouse and gardens, community barn and social center, kids playground, outdoor fire pits and walkways. In the works are a sports field, ball court, heated pool and spa area, picnic grounds and outdoor kitchen facilities.

Display homes are open to view Tuesday through Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. or by appointment.

  1. Will people who live in Point Roberts be allowed to use any of these wonderful facilities scheduled to be built at Seabright Farms or will they only be available to homeowners in this development? I am especially wondering about the heated pool. It might be a good idea to allow Point Roberts residents to pay a fee to be allowed to use this facility because it would help the people who live at Seabright Farms to be more interconnected with the local community, to be more part of things here, and it would help people here who would otherwise have to cross the border to have a pool closer to home!

    • Has it ever been suggested that the condos down by the Marina open their private pool to the public? The people purchase these homes for the amenities and they pay a premium for them.


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