Water – Who Owns It?

July 2017

Be Informed About Water Rights by Allison Trimble   It seems impossible that water availability in the Pacific Northwest is an issue, but it is quite the hot topic. This is particularly important to horse property owners, hobby farms, and commercial farms—all of which require reliable water source to conduct …

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➡︎SOLD⬅︎ Private Equestrian Estate 23 Acres – 4730 Mosquito Lk Rd Deming, WA

Private Equestrian Estate on 23 acres. Built in 1942, this remodeled, 4 bedroom, 1.75 bath country home was Senator Edwards’ estate. Wrap around deck, picture windows, French doors, and skylights invite abundant natural light. Property features mature landscaping, garden space, original barn (rewired and in mint condition), fenced pastures. Equestrian …

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➡︎SOLD⬅︎ 16.5 Acre Property – 5568 Boyer Rd Bellingham, WA

16.5 acre property, zoned R5, in the Meridian School District. Large 2200 sq ft building separated into an 800 sq ft residence and 1440 sq ft shop. Residence has living room, kitchen with eating space, 2 bathrooms and a Master Bedroom. Above the residence is an 800 sq ft loft. …

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➡︎SOLD⬅︎ 791 W Wiser Lake Road, Ferndale, WA

Single story, 4 bed, 2 bath home on 4 private acres, nestled in the trees, with Frasier Mt Views. Full remodel. Brand new cement siding, all new flooring, forced air propane heating system with new ductwork, propane fireplaces and fixtures. Kitchen and bathroom remodel with quartz countertops, maple cabinets and …

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Spring Cleaning

Months of snow, wind and rain can take a toll on fences.

Coming Out of a Northwest Winter by Allison Trimble   After 16 years living through the transition from Pacific Northwest winter to spring, I think I have the routine down. Beginning in February I start counting the days until daylight savings time, followed by another month or so of waiting …

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Back in the Saddle Again

April 2017

A Return to Horses Makes Life Better by Allison Trimble   Northwest Horse Source readers will have a lot in common with my friend and client, Dr. Constance Scharff. One of the things I love most about horses is the impact they have on people’s lives. Many people return to …

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Horses and Wetlands

March 2017

Know the Realities of Wetlands Regulations by Allison Trimble and Tess Cooper   Most horse property owners in the Pacific Northwest have some familiarity with wetlands. As a Realtor, it’s important to have a team of specialists to help clients through the process of dealing with wetlands issues. I invited …

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March 2017 Cover Story: Family, Horses, and Real Estate

Allison Trimble Paparoa Brings Knowledge and Passion to Coastal Realty By: Kim Roe After many years working as a professional horse trainer, Allison Trimble Paparoa’s move to real estate was a natural one. Her parents Emmitt and Mary Trimble are both brokers, as was her grandmother, Irene Kelsey, making Allison a …

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