Silver Beach Neighborhood

Tucked into the northern end of Lake Whatcom lies the Silver Beach Neighborhood. Larger, upscale houses can be found along North Shore drive as it curves around the lake. Smaller, single family homes and rental properties can be found off lake. Towards the northern end of the neighborhood, along Barkley Blvd and along the eastern side of Lake Whatcom you will find newer homes. Most of the properties in this community have been well maintained and are in good shape.

Houses on North Shore with private lake access can enjoy the many recreation activities Lake Whatcom has to offer year round, but especially in the summer months when boating and jet skiing are popular. The Silver Beach Neighborhood is close to both the Barkley and Lakeway shopping centers making a trip to the grocery store a quick trip in either direction. Bloedel Donovan Park is the only public park on Lake Whatcom offering lake access, boat launch, playground for children, picnic areas, volleyball courts and open fields.

Quick Facts:

  • The Silver Beach neighborhood has an estimated 3,060 residents

  • The average annual income for the Silver Beach neighborhood is $80,629

  • The percentage of residents in the Silver Beach Neighborhood with a mortgage is 81.1%

 

Schools

Students who live to the north of Alabama Street attend Silver Beach Elementary, Whatcom Middle School and Squalicum High School. Students living south of Alabama Street attend Geneva Elementary, Kulshan Middle School and Bellingham High School.

Homes For Sale in Silver Beach

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