Jennie’s Meadow Neighborhood
When I purchased the property, a vision for a state-of-the-art neighborhood, the area was nothing more than an open meadow…used for grazing livestock. The neighborhood property is fronted by Priest Road. After the purchase, I went to Sequim historical society to find out more about the Priest family.
George and Jennie Priest migrated to Sequim from Canada in the 1,800’s. The two were the patriarchs of the Priest family name. They raised many children together here in Sequim, which is why I decided to name the neighborhood development Jennie’s Meadow. Every street in the neighborhood are named after the flowers found in the original meadow the development now sits on.
Neighborhood. Color illustration of site map below (yellow area is town homes, blue area is single family lots) and aerial photo of the area gives you an idea where Jennie’s Meadow is located. The town home area is buffered from the single family area by a dedicated 200 foot wide green belt that is dedicated to bald eagle habitat. Bald eagles are common in the area and the large conifers serve as perch trees for visiting eagles. The neighborhood also is near a city bus line, Costco/Safeway/Home Depot/WalMart are all within walking distance. The Olympic Discovery Trail is only .2 miles away and walking distance to Railroad Bridge Park at the Dungeness River.
Town Homes. YELLOW AREA BELOW: All remaining lots are for duplex style homes. These homes are targeted to the adult demographic, lock it and leave, yard maintenance front and rear is all provided by the Jennie’s Meadow Home Owners Association.
Single Family Homes. We are currently building models for the single family homes and construction is underway.