Updated, spacious 1940's era home, beautifully situated overlooking one of the most magnificent stretches of the northern California coast. Informal, colorful and comfortable with many family friendly features. Enjoy the panoramic view of meadow, trees, cliffs, ocean, rocks and more. There is a lovely fenced garden with climbing roses and other informal planting. The front porch and most rooms of the house are oriented towards the spectacular view. New windows and French doors connect the bedrooms with the porch, where you can sit to enjoy the sunset and listen to the nearby ocean. Deer often graze in the meadow. Quail and other birds enjoy the garden. Stroll about 150 yards to the bluff and have an unobstructed whitewater view up and down the coast, featuring a dramatic rock island and sea arch. Cormorants nest on the rocks, and seals sun themselves in the cove below.
Privacy is an important feature of "Seascape". it is located on 5 quiet, peaceful, acres with a private lane shared by only one other home. Seascape is located just a few minutes from state parks, hiking and biking trails, rugged beaches, and the charming town of Mendocino with restaurants, shops and cultural events. Venture a little further to enjoy magnificent redwood groves.
Updated and well maintained, Seascape retains old-fashioned country charm. Recently remodeled with a new porch, new windows, replanted garden, updated appliances and new carpeting. The kitchen is sunny and fully equipped. The living room has comfortable sofas, fireplace, TV and music. The dining area has a stunning ocean view. The spacious master bedroom takes full advantage of the ocean view and has an attached dressing area and master bath. The second bedroom also faces the ocean. A third bedroom with twin beds looks out towards the woods behind the house. Seascape is well-suited for couples and also for families with children - with "space to roam" and child-friendly books and games.
A few days stay at Seascape is a relaxing and restorative experience!
Close to state parks and beaches, redwood groves, botanical gardens and the historic town of Mendocino.