Location on the Ocean
Spectacular high bluff ocean view. Less than half mile walk to wide,
sandy beach. Beautiful three bedroom house built in 2007. Located in
Pacific Beach, Washington: 2 1/2 hours from Seattle, 3 hours from
Portland, 25 minutes north of Ocean Shores. This is the prettiest
section of the Washington coast with a windswept forest on a high bluff,
looking down on the beach. Awesome sunsets. Sorry, no pets.
Bob's Pacific Beach House
Great Ocean View, Short Walk to Beach,
3 King Size Beds, House Built in 2007.
Located in Pacific Beach, WA
- just north of Ocean Shores.
Features of the House
The house features a large upper deck with wide ocean and sunset
view, lower private deck with view, three king beds and a queen sleeper
sofa, three HDTVs with DVD players and high-definition cable
programming, wireless high speed Internet, stereo with four in-wall
surround speakers and iPod dock, all new furnishings in 2007, fully
stocked kitchen with granite slab counters and stainless steel
appliances, large master suite with double- headed travertine tile
shower, dark rich Brazilian cherry wood hardwood floors throughout the
house, art glass lighting, ceiling fans, propane fireplace, two car
garage, laundry room, deck furniture, charcoal grill with all supplies.
Enjoy the back yard fire pit. Gather around the fire in the evening, listen
to the constant roar of the ocean, look up at the stars, and watch the
moon rise. It's a great way to get the kids away from their electronics.
You are welcome to any firewood you may find in our garage. The
nearby D&K Grocery sells bundles of firewood and kindling.
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A Childhood Dream
I learned about the area as a kid when my family would vacation at the Sandpiper Resort. I remember
collecting countless sand dollar shells. I remember walking alone early in the morning down to Copalis
Rock or north to Joe Creek. I remember castle building on the endless sand (50 miles of sand in this
county). I remember the day my mother lead my sister and I down the beach to a stinky, dead sea lion, then
she thought we would take a short cut through the woods to the road. We found a spot to scramble up the
cliff - perhaps where Seabrook is now - and then wandered lost through the thick underbrush and over
damp, fallen logs for over an hour. Finally, we all came out to the road and yelled "Civilization, civilization!".
I remember wondering why my family couldn't own one of those nice beach houses I saw up in Pacific
Beach. It fulfilled a childhood dream when I bought this house in May 2007.
PICTURE OF THE MONTH: We finally got a chance to kayak on beautiful Lake Quinault. The lake is just a
half hour drive from my house: north on 109 through Moclips, right on the Moclips Highway, and north on
highway 101. Just shortly down the South Shore Road, we launched from the day use area of the Willaby
Creek Campground. This spot can't be beat: free parking, picnic tables, a beach, and a boat launch.
Boating of any kind - even human-powered - is only permitted on the lake between Memorial Day and Labor
Day. The rest of the year you just get to gaze at the serene lake from the shore. Read my latest blog entry:
If you miss Lake Quinault before Labor Day, try Lake Wynoochee: