This pet-friendly cabin has been remodeled. It offers 2 bedrooms each w/a queen sized bed, night stands & TV in each. The main lliving area has a queen sleeper sofa, futon, new pergo floors, new electric fireplace & 42' TV. The Cabin is fully furnished, with ample bedding & towels provided. The kitchen is complete with full-sized stove, fridge and dishwasher, tons of glassware, dishes, silverware and cook and bakeware. There is a full array of small electronic appliances including an ice crusher, blender, toaster, coffee maker, popcorn popper & even a slow cooker. Gas grill outside, with plenty of outdoor seating. Washer & dryer included. Coffee, tea, sugar, condiments & even starter dog food & dog cookies are provided so you don't have to worry the first morning. Wireless internet, local phone & satellite tv plus videos provide downtime entertainment, plus games and books.
Bill is an Admiral's son & served in the Navy. He was an avid fisherman in the Bahamas for decades. Lyn camped nearby & fell in love with this village in 1972. Buying this home was a lifelong dream come true for both!
In spite of 6 years of neglect, we could see the potential behind the jungle of overgrown plants and fading paint. After months of scrubbing, repairing, remodeling, painting & editing the landscape, we are finally able to share our home with pride!
There is a deeded access that allows you a direct and short walk to the beach due west of the cabin. The home sits on a slope at 75 ft. and has wonderful views of the ocean. The front porch is a great place to sit and watch the sunsets. The road behind is a peaceful place for walks and exercise. The cabin is dog friendly.
Yachats is know for its spectacular beautiy and diversity. This coastal village was named by Arthur Frommer as one of his top 10 favorite spots in the world for 2012. The Historic 804 Trail follows the beaches and provides great ocean vistas and access to tide pools and great agate hunts. Hikes on Cape Perpetua range from moderate to strenuous. Gerdemann's Botanical Preserve features over 3 acres of plants from all over the world. At the Little Log Church, you can see exhibits that include the early and more recent days of Yachats. Great restaurants, the Village Bean for espresso, two bakeries, a pub, the wine place, shops and even a mercantile await you. For fresh food & eclectic fair, try the Sunday Farmer's Market. Beaches range from sandy to rocky. Fishing is allowed, or just sit on one of many park benches and watch the diamond-studded restless sea. Yachats River Road offers the North Fork Covereod Bridge built in 1938 with Queenpost truss, trails and fishing for Cutthroat Trout, Smallmouth Bass, and Salmon or you can just watch the Oreo or Belted Galloway Cows among giant Sitka Spruce and Big Leaf Maples.
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