The scene of the house fire on Noll Road Sunday night. Courtesy Photo

The scene of the house fire on Noll Road Sunday night. Courtesy Photo

Poulsbo resident displaced by house fire

A home on Noll Road in Poulsbo suffered heavy fire damage Sunday night, displacing its resident.

A neighbor saw the fire and reported it at about 10:54 p.m. According to the Poulsbo Fire Department, the resident was not home but became aware after seeing the address dispatched on the PulsePoint app. The resident came home just minutes before firefighters arrived.

The first unit reported heavy fire from the front and back of the structure, per PFD. The home, excluding the garage, is considered a total loss. However, the home is insured, and the resident is staying with a neighbor. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

PFD was assisted by North Kitsap Fire & Rescue. Firefighters didn’t clear the scene until Monday morning.

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