A small shopping area located up the hill from the Greenbank Farm has a small restaurant and a general store that is currently undergoing renovation. Thanks to a small post office, the shopping area is the hub of community activity where neighbors stop by daily. The shores and bluffs on the eastern part of Greenbank are dotted with homes. Have questions about this?
"I love the connection to nature here in Greenbank. My favorite spot is standing at the top of the field next to Greenbank farm and seeing the ocean on both sides of the island, watching the birds fly, the people walking their dogs, and others flying their kites." ~ Kay
Anchored by what was at one time the largest producer of loganberries in the world, the Greenbank area is located on a narrow stretch of Whidbey Island between Coupeville and Freeland. The Greenbank Farm is a multi-faceted facility that is home to a wine shop, cheese shop, restaurant, event space, hiking trails, and off-leash dog area. Many homes in this area enjoy views of Holmes Harbor and Saratoga Passage in the east and Admiralty Inlet in the west.
The Classic Road phone booth, one of the last phone booths standing, is in operation just south of Greenbank off the highway. The communities of Freeland, Langley, and Clinton are easy drives south and the Town of Coupeville located north of the neighborhood. The ferry sailing between Clinton and Mukilteo provides convenient access to the mainland.