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Bill Point is located on the southeast side of Bainbridge Island, at the south side of Eagle Harbor, and was named by the indigenous people for the terrain contour.
 
The Bill Point neighborhood consists of 81 single family homes on a terraced hillside overlooking Puget Sound and Seattle.  The first homes were built in 1968 and the last one was completed in 2005.  Most of the gracious homes have notable views of Eagle Harbor or Seattle or the Puget Sound shipping lanes.
 
Ferries leave Eagle Harbor and Seattle about every 45 to 90 minutes passing around Bill Point. The neighborhood has Kitsap Transit bus service to/from the ferry. The neighborhood is serviced by school bus routes #37 to/from  Captain Johnston Blakely Elementary School and #43 to/from the Sakai, Woodward, BHS and Odyssey schools.
 
The community is governed by the Bill Point Homeowners' Association and features underground utilities, outdoor community swimming and wading pools, and its own community water system.
 
The neighborhood has abundant flora as well as many types of resident and transient wildlife.
 
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