The Sorenson Cabin is an off the grid delight
The Sorenson cabin is small, off the grid, with propane heat, refrigerator, and stove top and a gravity- fed water system. It is remote in the sense that it is isolated and on 160 acres but is easily accessible from the coast highway. 4WD is a plus, the road is a bit rough in places. GPS elevation is around 1350’ There is some old growth timber and quite a bit of late successional growth interspersed with creeks and meadows. Wildlife abounds, lots of elk, turkeys, and no doubt bear and bobcat If you are looking for solitude and quiet in a no- frills environment with spectacular views it would be hard to beat the Sorenson Cabin. There is no landline telephone, but good cellular reception. We rented the cabin for Lori’s 60th birthday. On previous occasions we usually went camping or backpacking in our younger days. As luck would have it there was a cyclone moving down the coast and winds were gusting at around 40 knots with heavy rain but the cabin is tight as can be We had a problem with the shower head but within an hour of calling Wildland Properties and in spite of a steady gale and heavy rain they had a nice gentleman up there replacing it This section of the Oregon Coast offers some of the most gorgeous and least visited beaches in the State. Humbug Mountain is just to the north, and the Elk River is a sight to behold Trips to the Oregon Coast are good for the soul.
160 Acre Fairytale Cabin in the Wilds of Oregon