Oceanfront Luxury House Built Right on the Sand

The view from the living room
The view from the living roomThe view of the home from the beach (taken while standing in the surf)Close up of home from the beach
Rockaway Beach, OR
Oceanfront Luxury House Built Right on the Sand
3 bedrooms
6 guests
2 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 6
Type: Home
Per night: $175
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Rockaway Beach vacation home rental
Oceanfront Luxury House Built Right on the Sand "Direct Low Bank Beach Access"

A little more than a mile south of the town of Rockaway Beach Oregon, off the beaten path and at the end of a long private drive you will find our brand new three bedroom, two bathroom house on a half-acre of tall shore pines built "Right on 7 miles of sandy beach"

Completed the Fall of 2010, this Oceanfront 3 bedroom, 2 bedroom luxury house is built directly on the sand and has direct low bank beach access (across the back deck, three steps down your private stair case and your on the beach) and boast up-close 'in your face' ocean views year around.

The home features; 24 foot vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, 'wall of windows' to the ocean, Marble, Granite, slate, Travertine, Ocean view Stainless island kitchen with breakfast bar, high end lighting & plumbing fixtures and all the other features that you would expect to find on a street of dreams.

Recently furnished with 'all the right stuff' up-scale furnishings, locally made solid wood furniture, New top quality mattresses (all new in 2014), expensive linens, new Flat Panel LCD HD, TV's in every room, Dish Network HD Sat TV 'Hopper' any room DVR, DVD & Blueray players.

Guests tell us that we have the best equipped kitchen on the coast. Everything is new, clean and in perfect condition.

The entire upper level is the master suite with a bedroom with a king bed, (real bedroom with door) private bath and a small loft area.

The main level has an open floor plan entertaining area, 2 small bedrooms (Queen beds) with a large bathroom.

Sit on the couch in front of the fire place and enjoy the up-close 'in your face' ocean views, or carry some firewood (provided) a few Steps out the back door for a fire on the beach. 'No disappointments!'

Mikel VanRheen

Area Information
Rockaway Beach Oregon: Located 90 miles west of Portland Oregon and was one of the first vacation hot spots on the Oregon Coast. Founded in 1920, long before the roads were completed families came by train each summer to enjoy the beach. Today Rockaway Beach is still a favorite vacation destination because of it's natural beauty and steam train's only job is to provide tourists with scenic views of forested mountains that slope into the Ocean and the dramatic rock formations just off shore

The Town: Downtown Rockaway Beach looks and feels like a classic beach town from
decades gone by. More than a dozen restaurants are mixed in with the antique, gift,
candy, souvenir and other shops line the streets. No traffic, no stop lights, no casinos
and even in peak summer Rockaway never feels crowded. During the winter months the town's biggest attraction (the ocean) becomes even more spectacular making it the preferred time of year to visit for people that are into storm watching

The Beach: Rockaway Beach has seven miles of pristine white-sand beaches that are open to the public and are never crowed. Visitors come to Rockaway to enjoy a
number of beach activities, including; beach combing, kite flying, boarding, sun bathing, surf fishing, bird-watching and more. (140 bird species have been identified in the Rockaway Beach area).

Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad: The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad (see link below) the antique steam engine pulls trains for scenic trips between the towns of Garibaldi and Rockaway during the summer months. Dinner trains also are available from Garibaldi a few times per year.

Fishing and Whale Watching: The Oregon Coast has seen a boom in recreational fishing in recent years and numerous charter fishing boats are available. Crabbing from the public dock or rental boat are both popular as well as fresh water fishing in one of the area's 7 rivers and many lakes. If fishing is not your thing consider a whale watching charter boat for up-close viewing. The whale migrations usually happen in late March and late December, and while they can be viewed from shore, going out on a charter boat will get you even closer to the action.

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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 01 2015 Dec 31 2016 $175 $175 - - 2 Nights
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 11
Tax I.D.: TLT 01021
Deposits: $200 refundable security deposit
Payment Options: PayPal, Personal Check
Other Fees: Cleaning fee (per stay) $65 Pet fee (per stay) $35
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