Harstine Island House Rental Photos and Description
House, 4 Bedrooms + Other (See Description), 3 Baths, (Sleeps 10-12)
Our gorgeous Lindal home with stunning views of towering douglas firs and secluded cove is yours to enjoy with
family and friends. Awaken to coffee in beautifully decorated living
area with vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors and riverock gas
fireplace. Walk down to priviate pier and floating dock. Use the paddle board, canoe or kayaks to explore the cove, visit the marina and state park and catch a peak of deer, heron, harbor seals and marine life.
We have hosted up to 3 families in this 4 bedroom, 3 bath vacation home. The remarkable beauty of the area will present itself in its glory as you enter the house and see the view through the wall of windows facing the cove.
On the main floor are two bedrooms (one with a queen bed and the other with a double) full bath, laundry, gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, dinning and living room with cozy fireplace. The master on the top floor has a private bath, shower, jetted tub and queen bed. The downstairs has a large bedroom with queen bed and set of bunk beds. In addition the downstairs features a full bath (and craft room) ping pong, play area, TV / DVD and lots of seating. The seven person hot tub is a great way to relax and enjoy the view.
Explore the cove using the aray of watercraft including a paddle board, kayaks and canoe.
Keywords: multi-level, cabin, vacation home
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
My wife and are are both Socialworkers in Seattle where we live with our two teenagers, a dog and 2 cats. We like to travel, yet our favorite destination tends to be Harstine Island.
I grew up in nearby Shelton. My parents still live there. I have fond memories of coming to Harstine Island with my twin brother and Dad to look at property - there was no bridge at that time, just a small ferry. We purchased the land 20 years ago because of the natural beauty and my love of the water. Ten years ago we decided to build a family cabin where we could spend time with family and friends. We took two years to build it working with my retired high school geometry teacher as the general contractor - it was a labor of love. We finished the cabin in 2004.
Relaxing in the hot tub, cooking, long conversations, reading, ping pong, watching movies, kayaking, sailing, fishing and walks to the marina are among our top 10 activities at the cabin.