Bayview Edgewood Fairway Fairwood Greenview Hidden Cove Inner Harbor Ludlow Cove II Ludlow Pt 1 Ludlow Pt 3 Ludlow Pt 4 Olympic Ter I Olympic Ter II Teal Lake Timberton Woodridge Notes

Villages

The South Bay Community Association includes sixteen villages. All of them are subject to the SBCA's Master Declaration. Many of the villages have homeowners associations with additional regulations.

The South Bay Community Association has an active Architectural Review Committee (ARC). Their mission is to help maintain and protect property values and the overall attractive appearance of South Bay for the benefit of all homeowners. Their function is to review Architectural and Landscape requests for compliance with the governing documents.


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Bayview Village

Bayview is a community of fifty-five single family homes on the south side of Port Ludlow. Most have views of the marina and Puget Sound. Bayview Village is a community of seniors 55+.

Board of Directors
  • President: Mary Beth Neill
  • Vice President: Paula Waters
  • Secretary: Judy McCay
  • Treasurer: Mary Baker Anderson
  • Member at Large: Gary Bequette
  • Member at Large: Richard Stafford

Committees

  • Landscape Representative — Paula Waters
  • ARC Representative — Gary Bequette
  • Vegetation Management Committee — Richard Stafford, Chair
  • Reserve Study — Brinton Sprague, Chair
  • Pond — Lynn Pihl, Chair
Contact
  • https://bayviewvillage.info
  • Bayview Village HOA — PO Box 65395 — Port Ludlow, WA 98365
  • contact|||bayviewvillage|||info|||Through SBCA

Last Updated: Oct 19, 2022


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Edgewood Village

Edgewood was developed as a community of custom homes in South Bay beginning in 1994. Twenty-­seven homeowners reside at Edgewood Drive and Deer Hollow Circle.

Board Members
  • President: Kathy Shelley
  • Vice-­President & Landscaping: Jane Opalko
  • Treasurer: Michael Stuber
  • Secretary: Sue Milner
  • ARC Chairman: Kathy Shelley
Contact


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Fairway Village

Located on the fifth fairway. A small village of forteen condominiums.

Board Members

Here is a list of the officers for Fairway Village Condo Assoc.:

  • President: Joe Ahladis
  • Vice President & ARC: Chris Orton
  • Secretary: Chris Orton
  • Member at Large: Doug Fett
Contact
  • fairway|||sbca|||io|||Fairway Board


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Fairwood Village

Fairwood Village is a quiet enclave of nineteen beautiful homes perched on a hillside above the Port Ludlow Golf Course. The street names Dogleg Lane and Par Four Court reflect proximity to the golf course.

Board Members
  • President - Michael Raymond
  • Secretary - Elaine Raymond
  • Treasurer - Charlie Mayfield
  • ARC Representatives - Mike Raymond
Contact
  • fairwood.pres|||sbca|||io|||Contact via SBCA
  • https://fairwoodvillage.org/
  • Fairwood Village HOA — 100 Dogleg Lane — Port Ludlow, WA 98365

Last updated 10/23/22


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Greenview Village

Greenview has sixteen houses. It is inside the golf course with a common park amoung the houses.

Board Members
  • President: John Goldwood
  • Vice President Safety/Management: Cal Williams
  • Vice President ARC: Joe Kelly
  • Secretary: Ron Dawson
  • Treasurer: Cyndy Kelly
Contact
  • greenview|||sbca|||io|||Greenview Board


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Hidden Cove Village

Hidden Cove Village is a small group of 14 houses nestled around a small cove. S. Keel Way is a cul-de-sac that runs parallel to Paradise Bay Road for easy and quick access. The Bay Club, with all its facilities, is less than a five minute walk away. Our village has easy access to several trails and we are surrounded by beautiful trees and sunshine.

Board Members
  • President – Jay Gordon
  • Secretary – Tamiko Jones
  • Treasure – Lori MacLeod
Contact
  • hiddencove|||sbca|||io|||Hidden Cove Info

Nov 22, 2022

Contact
  • hiddencove|||sbca|||io|||Hidden Cove Board


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Inner Harbor

The Village has forty-six condominiums, nine duplex units and four quad units. It is adjacent to The Bay Club.

Board Members
  • President: Connie Ross
  • Vice President: Milton Lum
  • Secretary: Gail Wellenstein
  • Treasurer: Kristine Haile
Contact
  • https://ihvca.com/
  • board|||ihvca|||com|||Contact via SBCA
  • IHVCA — PO Box 65200 — Port Ludlow, WA 98365

July 1, 2022


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Ludlow Cove II

The Cove has forty-two cottage style homes. They offer open concept floor plans, charming front porches and main floor master suites.

Board Members & ARC Rep
  • President: Robert Grindeland
  • Vice President: J Robert Leach (1)
  • Secretary: Carol Riley (1)
  • Treasurer: Kathy Robertson
  • Member at Large: Max Frederick

(1) Carol Riley and J Leach share responsibilities for VP and Secretary

Contact the Board
  • ludlowcoveii|||sbca|||io|||Board Contact


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Ludlow Point 1

Ludlow Point 1 is an informal village of two geographically isolated areas, located primarily on South Bay Lane or West Ludlow Point Road.

Contact the SBCA for ARC issues. contact|||sbca|||io|||LP1 Contact


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Ludlow Point 3

Ludlow Point Village Three has seventeen homes and one vacant lot. Half the homes are on the waterfront.

Board Members
  • President: Dianne Ridgley
  • Vice President & ARC: Anne Ashmore
  • Secretary/Treasurer: Lindsay Ashmore
  • Member at Large: Randy Triplett
Documents

Last updated: April 19, 2021


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Ludlow Point 4

Ludlow Point 4 is an informal village of consists of twenty homes, all great neighbors.

  • CC&R's
  • Contact the SBCA for ARC issues. contact|||sbca|||club|||LPV4 Info

Last updated: Nov 11, 2021


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Olympic Terrace I

Olympic Terrace is composed of forty-two single family homes, some of which have Olympic Mountains views. It is off Teal Lake Road and Springwood Drive.

Board Members
  • Fred Faulkner, President
  • Karen Weaver, Vice President
  • Mario (Chris) Grassi, Treasurer
  • Anna Moffitt, Secretary
Contact


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Olympic Terrace II

Olympic Terrace II offers forty-one home sites. This beautiful neighborhood offers picturesque landscape and mountain views, as well as enchanting sights and sounds of nature.

Board Members
  • Diana Smeland, President
  • Dave Jurca, Vice President
  • John Simpson, Secretary
Contact
  • olympicterr2xxxsbcaxxxclubxxxBoard Contact


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Teal Lake Village

Teal Lake Village is a unique Port Ludlow neighborhood with landscape maintenance, spectacular views and sidewalks. Best of all, we're friendly neighbors.

Board of Directors

  • President: Sheila Twohey
  • Vice President: Chris Wolle
  • Secretary-Treasurer: Tom Sprandel
  • Director: James Lawson
  • Director: Claus Svendsen

Committee Chairs

  • Architectural Review (ARC): Sheila Twohey
  • Landscaping: Chris Wolle
  • Maintenance: James Lawson
  • Pond: Claus Svendsen
  • Website : Tom Sprandel
  • Welcome: Phyllis Waldenberg
Contact
  • TLVA — PO Box 65011 — Port Ludlow, WA 98365
  • boardxxxtlvaxxxusxxxSBCA Contact
  • https://tlva.us/

Last Updated: Oct 19, 2022


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Timberton Village

Timberton is the second largest Village in South Bay, in terms of homes and the largest in terms of area. The most distinctive feature of Timberton is the beautiful evergreen forest that surrounds us.

Board Members
  • President: Roger Bryan
  • Vice President: John Sweet
  • Secretary: Ann Louise Maynard
  • Treasurer: Charles Bauman
  • Director: Steve Gill
Contact

Last Updated: Nov 11, 2022


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Woodridge Village

A beautiful, quiet village on a wooded ridge with stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Conveniently located on the Puget Sound and the Olympic Peninsula — the playground of the Northwest.

Board Members
  • President – John Cacho
  • Secretary – Open
  • Treasurer – Louis W Bohannan
  • ARC Coordinator – Michelle LaPierre-Bell
Contact
  • Woodridge Village Homeowners Association — c/o John Cacho — 532 Woodridge Dr — Port Ludlow, WA 98365
  • boardxxxwoodridgeplxxxorgxxxWoodridge Board
  • https://www.woodridgepl.org/

Last Updated: Nov 11, 2022


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Notes to SBCA's Villages

The SBCA's Communications Committee stands ready to help you. Contact us at: contactxxxsbcaxxxclubxxxVillage Update.
We will:

  • Update your info.
  • Link your website.
  • Set up an email forwarder.
  • Help you set up your own independent website.
  • Publish your CC&R's on the SBCA's Document Repository.