Spokane House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2.5 Baths, (Sleeps 10)
The ridge top location on Mt. Spokane offers 360 degree views, with Mt. Spokane rising in pristine beauty behind and the lights of the City of Spokane below. Stupendous sunrises and sunsets are part of the rural setting along with an unpolluted night sky of seemingly touchable bright stars. This amazing 14' log home offers 2400+ sq feet of space able to sleep 8 adults comfortably, and up to 10 with children. Feel welcomed by the double doors and curved staircase in the entry and wall of windows overlooking the valley in the great room. Hand-crafted rustic logs juxtapost with cream colored stucco walls giving the home an airy feel. The bar for your VRBO home will be appreciatively raised by: radient heating; wood burning fireplace; mission style dining room table with comfortable seating for 10; dining room window seat; spacious bedrooms including a romantic master suite; 2-1/2 baths; master bath containing a large jetted bathtub, double sinks and double headed shower; loft hideaway for the kids; spacious kitchen w/breakfast bar; balcony office with reading area; laundry room; and 2000 square feet of deck/covered porch. To round out this ranch’s amenities, access is only a little over a mile to Mt. Spokane Parkway, a drive-under portico for weather free access, and log seating around a campfire.
This easy atmosphere, super clean hideaway is without question the place to stay for a family or a couple's get away.
Keywords: log home, mountain home
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
About Holly Easterwood
We are a Christian couple who built this 4200 sq ft log home in 1999 when we still had children at home. Now we are grandparents and, like many of our generation, have a number of interests, including horseback riding, motorcycling, and golfing, among others. Jay was in a motorcycle accident a number of years ago and has an above-the knee amputation. We now reside in the fully handicap accessible basement unit of our log home. We enjoy people and feel our home can give others the beauty we have appreciated for many years.
Holly Easterwood purchased this house in 1999
Why Holly Easterwood chose Spokane
We love log homes and chose to build on this ridge top with a view of snow-peaked Mt. Spokane behind us and the north end of Spokane spread below. Our goal was to view sunsets and sunrises in a peaceful setting.
What makes this house unique
Our outdoor campfire, covered porch and deck eating and lounging areas accommodate a fairly large amount of people comfortably, and the beauty of the surroundings, with no neighbors in sight, make for a completely unique homesite. Watching the horses in their pastures and the many deer and other wild animals as they pass through the 35 acres makes for a very peaceful and contented circumstance.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Upon arrival Claudia evinced surprise, and said she never thought that they would be able to stay in such a beautiful place. Raul made the comment that he enjoyed a good night's sleep, and that their bed was very comfortable. While speaking with us the morning they were leaving, we were standing on the deck looking out over the valley and both of them enthused about "the amazing views." When their local family member came to visit them, she stated that the home and setting is beautiful. She went on to say that we would have no problem staying full as it was "everything anybody would want in a vacation rental."