There are approximately 225 homes in the modern day Bluefields, with many families who have been here from the beginning. Bluefields continues to grow and age gracefully as we strive to keep up the beautiful landscape and protect our older trees, which are just a few of the reasons why homes sell in Bluefields often by word of mouth.

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Vicki, along with her husband Peter and grand-daughter Addison, has lived in Bluefields since 2013. She enjoys historical and genealogical research and has extensively documented the histories of both her and her husband Peter's families.

She also is the designer and developer of this Historic Bluefields website, and will be happy to help any Bluefields neighbor become a website contributor!