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The Key Peninsula: Farm-Fresh Produce, Peaceful Privacy, & Beautiful Beaches

Maggie Schauble Professional Headshot of Maggie Schauble August 2, 2017

Located in Pierce County, the Key Peninsula is surrounded by the beautiful Puget Sound. There are many reasons why people choose to make Key Peninsula their home, but REALTOR® Maggie Schauble wants to share the top 3 reasons why many of her clients love living here:

1. Privacy.
With a small population and a rural atmosphere, Key Peninsula offers the opportunity own a larger piece of property in a secluded area than you might find elsewhere. Maintaining its small-town atmosphere is important to many of Key Peninsula’s residents.

2. Beaches.
Key Peninsula offers miles of beautiful beaches to take advantage of! Penrose Point State Park is a must-visit area, and here you can explore 165 gorgeous acres, including 2 miles of saltwater frontage. Joemma Beach State Park offers another excellent opportunity, and with 122 acres and 3,000 feet of saltwater frontage, this destination presents beautiful scenery and opportunities for exploration.

3. Local Farms & Fresh Produce.
There are so many farms on the Key Peninsula that there’s actually a farm tour you can take to get a quick look at local favorites! Stops on the tour in the past have included Minterbrook Oyster Farm Company, Blue Willow Lavender Farm, Bea's Flowers, Packleader Farm, Kaukiki Farm, and more.

For more information on the Key Peninsula, Maggie recommends visiting KeyPeninsula.com. Also check out this cute home Maggie sold in the area!

Would you like to learn more about living on the Key Peninsula? You can contact REALTOR® Maggie Schauble at maggie@windermere.com!

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