Port Gamble Real Estate
Port Gamble is a waterfront jewel on the Kitsap Peninsula situated on the shores of scenic Hood Canal. Explore the 120-acre National Historic Landmark complete with picturesque, turn-of-the-century buildings filled with shops, an historic church, breathtaking views, expansive grounds and New England style houses on maple and elm tree-lined streets.
Port Gamble was the longest continuously operating mill town in North America founded in 1853, by Maine businessmen Andrew Pope and William Talbot,. Authentically restored and operated by Pope Resources, the village streets of this once bustling logging town haven’t changed much since the 1850s.. It is the only remaining company owned mill town in Puget Sound. Host to many annual festivals and events that are visited regularly by the residents of both Kitsap and Jefferson Counties.
The community of Port Gamble has a wide range of shops from antiques to a tea shop to an old-fashioned general store. The houses in town are owned and maintained by Pope resources but there are many neighboring developments, many of them are on the waterfront, where homes are owner occupied.