Located 12 miles west of Port Angeles on Freshwater Bay. GREAT LOCATION!!!!
This magical place has deep roots in the area. Cleared and settled in or around 1900 by a gentlemen named Howard Hart who was born in Port Crescent, Washington Territory in 1880. He proceeded to plant fruit trees on the property that are now over 100 years old. The gorgeous views of Freshwater Bay and the Strait of Juan de Fuca from the home feature spectacular sunsets.
Great family location for mountain biking, and kayaking, plus a private pedestrian beach access road where you will enjoy an incredible unspoiled beach for beach combing. The beach is ever changing with parts being sandy, cobbled and rocky.
Birder's, you will spot an ever changing inventory of our little feathered friends. Wonderful scenery for photography and journaling. Sea kayaking is also an option to enjoy at Freshwater Bay, either bring your own or rent them in Port Angeles to use during your stay.
The home itself is 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. The Master bedroom suite has a King size bed, sofa, walk in closet and en suite master bath. The second and third bedrooms are located on the opposite end of the home with a full bath at the end of the hall. A queen bed is found in the second bedroom and two double beds are found in the third, perfect for sleeping a larger family.
Comfort and quality furnishings await you. The owner's have done a lovely job of outfitting their home. Wonderful linens, and a Chef's kitchen with everything you will need for preparing your meals. A very large mud/laundry room features full size washer and dryer for your stay.
The views from the living room, dining and kitchen areas are breathtaking and large picture size windows allow the natural light to flood in. The outside deck features outdoor seating and a full size propane grill.
Day trips to nearby Olympic National Park include hiking at Hurricane Ridge, Lake Crescent, Sol Duc Hot Springs and the Hoh Rain Forest. Enjoy the spectacular beauty of the North Olympic Peninsula's diverse scenery and history.