The highlight of the home is it's incredible location at the center of a 7 mile long beach, with a proximity to the beach and a relatively low elevation to provide amazing views of the whales, sea otter and sea lions that frequent the ocean front.
You will enjoy the cozy feeling of living in a warm cedar home, both inside and out. It was built in the 1990s which makes it one of the newest and up to date homes in the neighborhood. The home also offers a single car garage with opener. The living area has plenty of comfortable sofas and the two dining room tables provide plenty of waterfront seating for up to 8 guests. The kitchen is fully stocked with everything you'll need to prepare meals, including a dishwasher for easy clean-up, and there is also a gas grill in the garage that can be used for barbecues. The kitchen overlooks a cozy sunroom with a second TV allowing separate spaces for the kids to enjoy their movie but still feel like part of the group.
Guests will be given detailed instructions for directions to the home and key access.
There is wifi at the house, and any and all questions will be promptly addressed by email or by telephone.
The beach activities include agate hunting, sea perch fishing, beach combing and viewing the sea life and incredible sunsets. Numerous wedding take place on the beach.
This is a non smoking, no pet home. The guest limit is up to but no more than 8. In order to prevent erosion, guests need to access the beach from the public access and not directly down the slope from the property.
I am a retired naval aviator and live in Gleneden Beach. I have a small airplane and use it to travel often. I encourage other pilots to fly to Siletz Bay State airport, which is easy walking distance to the home (about 4 blocks). The airport is also near Salishan Golf resort, a 5 minute walk.
I've owned this home for several years and use it frequently. Gleneden Beach is my favorite of all beaches on central Oregon coast, and this home is sited in the very best spot for viewing. I want to share the oceanfront experience with others and hope they will write their feedback in the guestbook located on the dining room desk.
I enjoy agate hunting, perch fishing, hiking and beachcombing. I also enjoy watching folks that like to fly kites and surf, because this beach provides that opportunity. It is also a relaxing place to read, especially if the weather turns stormy. Seldom, though, is there not a sunbreak that allows one to venture out and get so fresh air. Fresh air, good water and healthy food are very important to me, and I always feel refreshed living on the coast. I have favorite restaurants and places to visit in a notebook that is located on the desk. I encourage guests to bring their rubber boots and plan to hike and enjoy the outdoors.