This spacious and sunny 2,500 square foot beach home, just steps from the beach, has everything you need to create memories to last a lifetime. Enjoy time on a romantic getaway, or with friends and family and still have plenty of privacy when you want it.
There are two upstairs master bedroom suites. The South Suite has a king bed, vaulted ceilings, ensuite with a jetted tub. The North Suite has a queen bed and a single daybed, and ensuite. Both bedroom suites have flat screen TVs private decks with spectacular ocean and island views. On the main level is a third bedroom with a queen sized bed. There is another full bath with washer and dryer also on the main level.
There's a cozy living room with a leather couch that folds out to a queen size bed. Great for relaxing by the wood stove, enjoying the sunset or watching the 48" flat screen TV.
This is one of the very few Anderson Island homes with Wi-Fi and Direct TV.
The fully equipped kitchen, kitchen bar and dining area open to the huge entertainment deck where you'll find a hot tub, propane grill, propane fire table and a complete set of patio furniture so you can enjoy the spectacular view to the fullest. Just a few steps to the beach where you'll find crab and shrimp pots, 2 kayaks and 2 stand up paddle boards at your service at no additional charge. The calm waters of Oro Bay make for some of the smoothest paddling you'll find anywhere. A short paddle across the bay brings you to Jacobs Point Park Marine Reserve with 82 acres of natural habitat and over a mile of pristine, undisturbed beach. This is the largest natural reserve in the entire Puget Sound. Expect to see our resident seals, heron, deer and eagles. More experienced paddlers can circle the island or head for nearby Ketron Island. If you're lucky you'll see the Orca and Humpback whales that frequently visit southern Puget Sound.
If you'd like to bring your own boat we have a buoy right in front of the house and a boat launch just a few minutes away.
Many of our guests enjoy all the natural beauty of the Puget Sound right from the comfort of our home. If you feel more adventurous, there's lots to do on island. Golf at the Riviera Golf course and enjoy meals or drinks at the clubhouse restaurant overlooking Lake Josephine. Hike or bike the many parks and trials including Andy's Marine Park. Explore the many beaches of the island shores, bays and coves. Visit our local historical museum. Swim and fish in one of our 3 fresh water lakes including our famous "Old Swimming Hole" or take in a yoga class at our local studio. Whatever you like to do, Anderson Island is a great place to do it. If you 'd like to venture to the mainland to historical Steilacoom, a beautiful town with lots of maintained historical charm; there are lots of great shops, restaurants, and spas all within walking distance of the mainland ferry dock. Chambers Bay Golf Course, site of the 2015 U.S. Open, is just a few minutes drive on the mainland side of the ferry.