Bayside cedar home Pacific Northwest, near Seattle, Victoria, Olympic Natl Pk

Bayside cedar home Pacific Northwest, near Seattle, Victoria, Olympic Natl Pk


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Cedar log home with vaulted ceilings and hot tub on deck overlooking Sequim Bay off Strait of Juan de Fuca. Set amid large fir trees. High bank waterfront with trail to beach and oyster beds. Open floor plan in kitchen/living room. Queen bed in one bedroom; double in other; sofa bed in living room. Claw footed bathtub and shower in bathroom. Located in rain shadow of Olympic Mountains; sunny when Seattle is in the rain. Watch eagles, otters, sea birds, and occasionally a whale from the deck. Satellite tv. Wood fireplace/stove for ambience. Electric heat throughout.

Property features

Who we are

  1. Catherine is retired forest ranger; husband Jim retired school administrator. We have 3 children, many grandchildren, and have been married forever! We may travel alone or with two Mary's: Catherine's sister-in-law, who is a retired realtor; and a neighbor who is semi-retired and loves horses and the outdoors. Or perhaps with our two teenaged granddaughters. We love the outdoors and exploring the world. However, we have agreed that a city adventure would be most desirable for the 4 of us. We are open to any suggestions, however. The exchange does not have to be simultaneous, although our place is nt available in summer mid June to September.

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Where is it?

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Adjacent to breathtaking Olympic National park with glaciers, rain forests, and wild beaches. One half hour to ferry to Victoria, British Columbia. One hour to ferry to Seattle. Casino nearby. Hiking opportunities, bird watching, and beaches. Walk Dungeness Spit to historic lighthouse. Easy access to Vancouver Island, San Juan Islands, and metropolitan Vancouver, British Columbia via Victoria BC, which is served by Washington State ferry system, British Columbia ferry system, and private ferries. Car required. Seatac nearest large airport.

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