As summer approaches (okay, so maybe intermittently, but it’s coming!) and the days get warmer and warmer, we’ve started to dream of a nice place to relax and maybe even cool off with a dip. So it’s great timing to have started the construction of our brand new heated pool and spa area, which will be open for use within a few months! You can even watch it being built with our construction webcam. Continue reading
Like many of our new cottage plans at Seabright Farm, the Mayne cottage shares its name with a nearby island in the Strait of Georgia (the others are named for islands in San Juans!). And like Mayne Island, this cottage is charming and cozy and perfect for those who value simplicity and comfort. Even though it’s designed to be an ideal vacation house, the Mayne promises to feel like “home”. Continue reading
“Gabriola” is a Spanish word used to describe a stately home, such as a manor or mansion. It’s also one of the lovelier Canadian Gulf Islands in the Strait of Georgia. Our Gabriola cottage, a 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bathroom masterpiece, lives up to this lofty title with its luxurious master suite, covered outdoor deck and spacious living area. One of our larger cottages by square footage, the Gabriola is built to impress. Continue reading
The designer of Seabright Farm’s cottages, Calum Srigley, planned our residential neighbourhood and cottage designs with the site environment and Point Roberts’ historical character in mind. Continue reading
Why does George, Seabright’s resident gardening expert, refer to a pile of soil as his “mound of gold”? Because this soil, a special type he has used for the past six years, will be a critical part of Seabright Farm’s garden expansion. Continue reading
It has been several years and many stages in the making, but on August 8th The Cottages at Seabright Farm received its Final Plat approved by Whatcom County, and the individual lots were recorded as separate legal parcels. Continue reading
Imagine a hot summer day, relaxing down by the pool with cool drink and your favourite book. Jim from down the road is creating masterpieces at the wood-fired pizza oven in the picnic area and Sarah from next door just executed a flawless “slowly lower yourself into the hot tub” maneuver. Sounds pretty great, right?
In case you missed it, Seabright Farm has two new residents: a pair of baby eagles! A time-lapse of their hatching shows the two plucky eaglets emerging from their eggs while their doting mother keeps watch.
Seabright’s coffeehouse seems like an idyllic place to sip a beverage, have a chat with a neighbor or watch the changing skies over the Gulf. The centenarian building is being restored from a rich past as a farm house, one whose story reflects the history of Point Roberts.