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April 24, 2013 at 3:28 PM

Seabrook developers taking concept to Lake Chelan

The developers of Seabrook, the created-from-scratch beach community and vacation destination near Pacific Beach, Grays Harbor County, announced Wednesday they would bring their formula to another Washington vacation and retirement venue: Lake Chelan.

Classic beach-house designs are emphasized at Seabrook, on the Washington coast. (photo by Mike Siegel/The Seattle Times, 2011)

Classic beach-house designs are emphasized at Seabrook, on the Washington coast. (photo by Mike Siegel/The Seattle Times, 2011)

Led by developer Casey Roloff, Seabrook is a carefully planned and controlled development designed to be pedestrian friendly, with its own small shopping district and park areas, and homes in the style of early 20th-century, New England-inspired beach houses. About 200 homes have been completed, more than half of which are offered as vacation rentals. Sale prices range from about $300,000 to $2 million.

The new Lake Chelan development, to be called The Lookout, will occupy an 83-acre lakefront site, a former apple orchard, on the lake’s north shore a mile from downtown Chelan. Plans include a community lakefront park, a 70-slip marina, swimming pools and a neighborhood winery.

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