White Salmon House Rental Photos and Description
2 Bedroom House & Separate Apartment, Sleeps 2-10
Enjoy a stay in a beautifully restored 1917 craftsman house with a panoramic view of the Columbia River & Mount Hood from 18 south-facing windows. Sit on the 40 foot wicker-furnished front porch enjoying the view of snow-covered Mount Hood, the Columbia River, and later the stars, moon, and lights of Hood River while sipping complimentary wine.
Relax in the private back yard with hot tub, croquet, badminton, horseshoes, and space for quiet reading or painting.
The top level features two bedrooms and one bath. The master bedroom has a lodge pole queen bed. The equal sized guest room also has a queen bed.
The mid-level with restored hardwood floors throughout the living and dining rooms, fireplace with wood burning stove, antique wooden skis, keyboard piano, CD and dual cassette player, and many plants serves as a great social area with a fully-equipped modern kitchen.
The lower level is one large studio apartment accessed by a private entrance or from the kitchen. It includes a queen-size bed and futon couch which opens into another queen-size bed [bedding provided]. Complete kitchen features a full-size refrigerator, stove, microwave, coffee maker, and toaster oven
Complete bathroom has tub and heater.
Calendar may not accurately reflect availability - upper house and apartment may be rented separately.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
About Bill Werst
Bill has always loved small towns and thinks White Salmon is one of the best. He's a city councilman and has been actively engaged in a range of city improvement projects. He's perhaps most proud of his work to bring a wildly successful summer concert series to the area, livening up the town and bringing neighbors and tourists together. When he's not busy with city business Bill is dancing, playing piano, gardening, doing magic, telling jokes, or reading a good book. He'll take the time to help you get to know the area and help you find whatever suits your fancy - and there's a lot to offer inside or within a stone's throw of this great little town.
Bill Werst purchased this house in 2003
Why Bill Werst chose White Salmon
This property is located on the east end of downtown, an easy stroll to all shops and amenities. The river is just down the road, the mountains up, and a garden, patio and hot tub just steps outside the door. Main highways are a mile or two away, and will get you to the beach and snow ski resorts.
What makes this house unique
The New York Times listed White Salmon in their top 40 places to visit in 2013. With a dam recently removed, the White Salmon river now offers unprecedented white water experiences. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast or an arts and antiques aficionado, there's something for everyone here. If you've got a month or just a weekend, White Salmon is a wonderful place to rest and recreate.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Thank you for you very positive comments.
I very much enjoyed hosting you.