Move down the driveway lined with Giant Sequoias and imagine yourself establishing a one-of-a-kind family ranch or retreat perfectly positioned upon nearly 52 acres on the Olympic Peninsula at the head of Quilcene Bay. At the doorstop of Olympic National Park, this landmark property is already home to a 2,800 square foot Ranch style residence with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms that soaks up the morning and afternoon sun. Take a five-minute walk to Quilcene Bay were clams, oysters, shrimp, Dungeness crab and salmon abound, and adventure abounds with a day of water sports atop the waves.Unwind after a long day in a cozy living room or move out to the deck, breathe in the fresh air and enjoy stunning views of the lower pasture lands and barns. The home is ready to suit an everyday lifestyle or grand entertaining, complete with an office/media room, library and outdoor firepit for roasting summer s’mores. A 500 square foot country kitchen is primed to meet the needs of a chef with a wood stove, stainless steel appliances and an ample island with storage.There are countless corners around the property to bring you at one with nature, whether it’s afternoon tea on a patio overlooking the mountains and flowering gardens or stopping for a moment of reflection around the pond within the Redwood Grove. The immaculate grounds contain over 50 Giant Sequoias and Redwoods and are equipped to produce enough food to sustain several families for a year with a large vegetable garden; chicken coop for fresh eggs; lavender, raspberry and blackberry bushes, apple and plum trees; and ranch structures for beef production.Fifteen acres are dedicated to 5 separate pastures with 4 automatic watering troughs (2 with loafing sheds) while twenty-eight acres afford hay production and include a knoll with views of Quilcene Bay, Walker Mountain and the Quilcene Range (which has been used as a wedding venue). Encompassing four parcels of land, the possibilities are endless. Several outbuildings include 4 bay garages and a wood shop with 220V power for the hobbyist, a greenhouse for the green thumb, and a fully restored 6,000 square foot barn that is limited only to your imagination—a distillery, winery, wedding facility or beyond.Though the property affords the ultimate privacy, it remains within close distance to grocery stores, banks, box stores and gas stations, near Port Townsend and Sequim, and just 35 minutes from Poulsbo, Silverdale, Kingston and Bainbridge Island. Hop on a half hour ferry ride (without getting on the freeway) and reach downtown Seattle or Bellevue in just 90 minutes, with easy access to SeaTac International Airport. Nearby recreation includes the ferry to Victoria and Vancouver, sailing along the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and ocean beaches for surfing. Annual festivals on the Olympic Peninsula include the Lavender Festival, Wooden Boat Festival and Jazz Festival.Offering all this and more, this is life at Sequoia Creek Ranch.