Whitecliff Farm
Decatur Island,  WA

About Whitecliff

Whitecliff Farm is a small community on Decatur Island in the San Juan Islands of Puget Sound, Washington. It consists of six two-acre lots (of which
four have homes) and a shared 58 acres of common area.

The common area includes 1200 feet of southeast-facing beach, a large meadow and orchard, a productive fenced garden (berries, vegetables and
flowers), a barn providing storage for community-owned equipment, a restored homestead building, a root cellar, and a community water system.
The forest area, and the beach, are accessible by an extensive network of trails.

Whitecliff also owns lots in the neighboring Decatur Shores Community Association. This provides owners with access to the DSCA dock, airstrip,
and other facilities


The community takes its name from the White Cliff shoreline area on the southeast side of the island. The high bluff provides spectacular views of
Rosario Strait; Mt. Baker; Fidalgo, Whidbey, and Lopez Islands; and the Cascade and Olympic ranges. Also in view are the three Bird Rocks in mid-strait, and (at low tide) Dot Rock State Park.

Note on ownership
All lot owners share in management of the property through their membership in Whitecliff Farm Owners Association (see Owners login on the menu above). A separate entity, Whitecliff LLC, is the successor to the partnership that acquired the land and developed the property. The LLC has transferred all its assets (including the three Decatur Shores lots) to the Owners Association and now has no role in management of the property except as the owner of Lot 5, which is listed for sale.

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