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Gig Harbor - Doorway to the Olympic Peninsula

Renowned for its water sports such as scuba diving, sailing, kayaking, wind surfing, and water skiing, Gig Harbor’s extensive shoreline and deep water bays provide a picturesque backdrop for the various activities available. Among others, one can enjoy the numerous walking and biking trails, stay in award winning inns, over 14 bed and breakfasts, or play a round of golf on one of the four courses. 

In addition, locals and visitors can take advantage of the community-based productions held throughout the year. In the winter, Encore! Theater has performances at Burton Park Theater and in the summer, musical performances are held under the stars at Cottesmore Outdoor Theater. The Gig Harbor Farmer’s Market which runs from April to October includes fresh flowers, produce, food, wood crafts, and jewelry from approximately 100 vendors and is a perfect opportunity to appreciate the rich local culture.

With a city population of 6,500 and growing, a prosperous economy and convenient location, Gig Harbor averages only 37 inches of rainfall per year and a mild climate which compliments its affordable homes. It is only 45 minutes from Sea-Tac International Airport and an hour from downtown Seattle.

Named in 1841 by Captain Charles Wilkes after he took shelter from a storm in the small bay during his U.S. Exploring Expedition, Gig Harbor also attracted commercial fisherman and farmers from as far away as Norway, Sweden, and Croatia. In July of 1940, the first Narrows Bridge connecting Gig Harbor and the Peninsula with Tacoma was built.

State-of-the-art education is another important part of what sets Gig Harbor apart from most cities in Washington. The Peninsula School District includes fifteen schools, 9,200 students, grows annually between four and five percent and boasts an extensive history of academic accomplishments. There are several Montessori, Christian, and Catholic schools and options for home-schoolers at Henderson Bay High School. There’s something for everyone here in Gig Harbor.


Gig Harbor Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 199 homes for sale in Gig Harbor, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
73% Single Family, 21% Land/lot, 4% Condo, 1% Townhouse, 1% Rental, 1% Multi Family and 1% Other.

73% Single Family
21% Land/lot
2% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 199
Average Home Size 2,184 ft² / 203 m²
Price Range ($57,900 - $2,395,000)

Weather in Gig Harbor

The average high temperatures in Gig Harbor range from 45 in January to 76 in July

Average home income in Gig Harbor

The average household income of a Gig Harbor resident is $102,373 with an average home value of $396,038

Population of Gig Harbor

Gig Harbor has 50,279 residents.

Home ownership in Gig Harbor

The average level of home ownership in Gig Harbor is 78%.

Education breakdown of Gig Harbor

Education levels of residents of Gig Harbor include: highschool 20%, associate 8%, bachelor 24%, graduate 17%.

Households in Gig Harbor

Gig Harbor has 19,218 homes, built on average 32 years ago.

Information from in and around Gig Harbor...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 199 homes for sale in Gig Harbor. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Land/lot, Condo, Townhouse, Rental, Multi Family and Other. The average list price of these property results is 604,487. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Gig Harbor please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 199 homes for sale in Gig Harbor, WA are represented by 2 member brokerages serving the Gig Harbor area. Member brokerages representing the 199 homes include Windermere Relocation - Seattle and John L. Scott Real Estate - WA/ID.