Just 1 block from the beach, this beautifully built home will become your new favorite place to stay when coming to explore the Oregon Coast! This is a truly immaculate and well planned beach home that is infused with natural light from the many windows and skylights. There are vaulted ceilings for a spacious feel, gorgeous Brazilian Cherry Floors, and the well equipped kitchen with hickory cabinets and granite counter tops is going to be a great place to gather with family and friends while preparing your meals. The upper floor has a spacious living room that opens up to a deck where you can enjoy your morning cup of coffee while listening to the sounds of the ocean. There are 2 bedrooms upstairs: Both with Queen size beds. There is a full bathroom in the hallway in between the 2 rooms. There are 2 bedrooms downstairs: One with 2 sets of bunk beds and the other room has a queen bed and 2 day beds along with a full bathroom. There is an outdoor brick patio with fireplace that is a perfect place to relax at the end of the day with a glass of wine or to make S'mores with kids after getting back from playing on the beach. The Oceanside community is built up on the hillside so all around the community you will have amazing ocean views and a feeling you just don't get from other coastal communities. At the northern-most end of Oceanside beach, is a tunnel through Maxwell Point. During low tides, the tunnel gives you access to Tunnel Beach on the other side. Around the next point at the North end of Tunnel Beach, is Agate Beach, which can only be reached by going around the point on a minus tide and lives up to its name as a great place to search for Agates. There are 3 great restaurants just 2 blocks from the house that have delicious food and drinks. Roseanna's Cafe, Blue Agate Cafe, and Brewin' in the Wind. The Cape Meares lighthouse is 5 minutes North which offers stunning views of the coast. It also has over three miles of hiking trails and a mile-long walking trail that winds through old-growth spruce trees, including the uniquely-shaped "Octopus Tree". A short quarter mile hike from a turn-off at the park entrance will bring you to the largest Sitka spruce tree in the state of Oregon. In winter and spring, this park is an excellent location for viewing whale migrations. During the summer, resident whales can be seen from Cape Meares along with seals and sea lions that are often seen and heard.
Just 5 minutes South of Oceanside is Netarts Bay which has some of the best clamming and crabbing on the whole Northern coast... There is so much to do and see and this area! Whether you stick to hanging out and socializing at the house, go hiking on the nearby trails, or decide to enjoy the long stretch of sandy beach, this will truly be a wonderful retreat!+ More