Visited Winslow Cohousing on Bainbridge Island this past Sunday.
Had a wonderful time and really enjoyed our tour and common meal. Really nice place with about 30 residences and a lovely common house. They even served chili with meat... my kind of place!
It was pretty rainy while we were there and from what we understand, that's fairly typical. I'm getting spoiled living in Port Townsend. It only sprinkles every morning for about an hour then clears up and the sun comes out for a good part of the day.
The community is very walkable to downtown Bainbridge, and it's a 30 minute ferry ride across the sound to Seattle. If you worked in Seattle, this would be the place. I borrowed a few pics from the web and I'm pretty sure the last one from the cover of the cohousing book we're all familiar with is of Winslow cohousing. They claim to be the oldest cohousing community in the country.