Call Noel for questions or reservations 503-954-2714.
This historic three bedroom two full bath house built in 1920 and wonderfully restored to its glory days is located just one block off of the main drag in downtown Long Beach and right across from an access point to the ocean and famous Long Beach Boardwalk.
If the words location, location, location are important to you this house could not be situated in a better position. Convenient to everything in Long Beach including restaurants, bars, shopping, miniature golf, arcades, horseback riding, go carts, the museum, ice cream shops, antiquing, the bakery the movie theater and more. It is all an easy walk from this house. No car needed once you arrive, but if you want to drive on the beach (yes, that is allowed on the Peninsula) the downtown driving access point under the famous arch is just one block away.
Let this relaxing well-equipped beach home be the classic vacation retreat you need for your friends or family. Have summer cookouts on the picnic table in the yard or simply relax and enjoy the ocean air. Let the kids or dogs play in the completely fenced in yard. Take an easy walk and explore all there is to see in Long Beach right out our front door.
The whole group will sleep well with a king size bed in the master bedroom, a pillowtop queen size bed in the second bedroom, a trundle bed (single top and pull out single below) in the third bedroom, plus a bonus full size futon in the living room. You can have your friends and family share its ample space with plenty of room for relaxing or entertaining in the large open-air living, dining and cooking area of the house.
Use our large dining room table to seat your entire party for a getaway from it all dinner. Curl up with a book and relax by the cozy electric stove on those cool winter nights. Be entertained by our high definition tv with easy to use dish network. Play games, test your skills on a classic puzzle or simply relax and read a nice book from our large collection.
Historically known as a fishing and clamming area, the Long Beach Peninsula now also boasts whale watching, fishing charters (inland and ocean), hiking, boating & kayaking. Enjoy easy access to Cape Disappointment in the south end of the peninsula, Ledbetter Point on the north end, Willapa Bay, the Port of Illwaco and Fort Canby State Park in nearby historic Astoria right across the river.