When living on waterfront and using the beach, the quality of the beach makes all the difference. Imagine viewing a property at high tide and finding later that at low tide, you have purchased a mud flat that comes clear up to the high tide line! Yes, there are plenty of properties like that, especially in more protected waters, but not here!
The beach at Green Point begins with sand/pea gravel and progresses to beach gravel as seen here, then to sand with sand dollar beds, and eel grass beyond the low tide levels. Geoducks, cockles, and other clams are plentiful. Oysters? None. Some people like oysters, but on your own beach they are a nuisance and hazard. Barnacles? Few and generally small. The occasional storms roll the rocks around too much for barnacles. This is some of the finest beach in Puget Sound.