Welcome to Sunrise Acre . . .

Located in Suquamish, Washington on the Kitsap Peninsula and within the boundaries of the Port Madison Indian Reservation, Sunrise Acre is 100 feet above Port Madison, at the highest point along the Suquamish shore.
Looking east there are views of Puget Sound boat traffic, the Cascade Mountains including Mount Rainier, the city of Seattle and amazing sunrises.  

Eagles, osprey and blue heron are often seen soaring by.  Migrating waterfowl, whales, porpoise, otters, fox, deer, raccoon, harbor seals and other wildlife frequent the area.

Sunrise Acre is our home as well as home to a variety of feathered friends and our White Shepherds Abby & Dillon.

Our small guest cabin was built around 1905, as the home for the local blacksmith, and has a stone fireplace, deck overlooking the water, books to read plus the more modern distractions of Cable TV, DVD player and stereo but mostly lots of privacy.

The main house was built around 1925 and has had additions and remodels over the years including the a waterside deck with a stone fire pit for gatherings, hot tub and a tram to the beach for quiet walks or kayaking.

Jim and Jean Boyle