Nestled on the east side of Whidbey Island lie 1300 pristine feet of community waterfront owned and treasured by the residents of Shangri-la Shores. The community faces the mile wide salt water of Saratoga Passage with spectacular views from Mt Baker to Mt. Rainer, including Camano Island and the Cascades beyond. Residents enjoy beach walks, fishing, boating, crabbing, and just plain fun. Not to mention getting to know some of nicest people on the planet!
The community is addressed out of Coupeville, Washington on beautiful Whidbey Island. Coupeville is a quaint waterfront town and the second oldest city in the State of Washington. It is the Island County Seat and hosts the modern Whidbey General Hospital.
The Shangri-La Community maintains their beautiful and rare assets with pride.
To list just a few of these assets:
• Shangri-la shores Water System.
• 1300 pristine feet of Private Community
• 240 foot Pier and Float system.
• Priviate Boat Launch.
• Priviate Community Playfield & Picnic Park