Lincoln City House Rental Photos and Description
4 bedrooms: 3 bdrms, 3 baths in main house; 1 bdrm & 1 bath in Carriage Hou
This home is perfect for 2 small families or one family with grandparents and children. The main house has an open floor plan with 3 bedrooms, a wonderful kitchen and open dining/living room perfect for family gatherings.
The Carriage House is a separate space with its own entrance, ideal for a 2nd couple or grandparents. It is a large space (approximately 300 sf) with a queen bed, sleep sofa, TV and a 3/4 bathroom.
Our beautiful Olivia Beach home is a short walk from the beach and faces the central park across the street. The park features play equipment, picnic tables, a community fire pit, sand volleyball court, grassy area for family games and a wetland.
We have crafted a beach home environment that provides many small luxuries found in higher end vacation homes. We love to cook, bake and entertain, so the kitchen is fully equipped with new appliances, pots, pans, serving dishes, kitchen gadgets and a small selection of cookbooks.
Each bedroom is decorated in a specific theme: Key West, Jantzen Beach and Surfs Up. The beds are very comfortable with pillow top mattresses on the two queen beds in the main house and down comforters. Relax in the 6 person hot tub on the large deck or sit out in the evening on the upper deck and watch the sunset while families enjoy the park.
Pet free, non-smoking home.
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
You know how you dream of a certain place as a child and you get a certain fantastic picture in your mind of what it might be like when you actually go there? And you also hope and pray that when you do get there that it's as great as you imagined. Well... thank you for not disappointing me. It was everything I dreamed it would be and more! Thank you for sharing your beautiful home with us!
Hi, I’m Karen. I grew up in Oregon and my fondest childhood memories are of trips to the coast with my family, especially with my “Grammy”. She and I would walk the beaches, hunting for shells, beach glass and agates, completely losing track of time. Finally, we’d get hungry and build a fire on the beach to roast hot dogs and marshmallows. My parents had a tiny camp trailer that we would sometimes park at the beach to watch wintry storms. I remember being afraid as the wind rocked our little trailer back and forth, but also awed by the enormous whitecaps whipped up by the storm. Eventually those memories led to my dream of owning a home on the Oregon coast. Twelve years ago the dream became tangible when I began scouring thrift stores and antique malls for items to furnish my “someday” beach house. My first purchase for the house was the white ceramic seahorse that now sits on the shelf in the master bathroom. As my collection grew (and we ran out of storage), my husband, Jim, realized I was serious about my dream. Now he enjoys our time at Olivia Beach as much as I do.