This historical, dog-friendly beach home in Gearhart is just three blocks from the beach on a private acre of land surrounded by old-growth pine trees.
The Latourette House is located four blocks from Gearhart's downtown area with shops and cafes, and 11 miles down Highway 101 to Cannon Beach.
Originally built in 1892 (the first home built in Gearhart), this well preserved home is colorful with a touch of Southern gentry in its spacious floor plan and colorful prints. Entertainment includes board games to play, WiFi for streaming, cable, a VCR, and an iDock.
Gather in the naturally-lit living space with white furnishings and a wood-burning fireplace. Chat or nap—there's plenty of furniture to lounge upon.
Cook a delicious dinner in the full-service kitchen with dark counters and white cabinets. Inside is an antique dining area, or guests can head outside to eat while the kids chase the dogs around the yard (dogs are permitted with an additional nightly fee).
This is a four-bedroom, three-bathroom home that can sleep eight guests comfortably year-round, with additional space available in the summer months. Each room is unique and colorful.
The master suite has a queen bed and a private fireplace, plus a private DVD player for movie nights and deck access.
The second bedroom has a double bed, the third has a single twin, and the fourth has two twin beds with another TV set. There is an additional day bed in the living room.
Two bathrooms have walk-in showers, and one has an antique soaking tub for relaxing baths.
In the summer time, the downstairs sleeping porch with screened windows may be used as an additional sleeping space with two twin beds. This one-of-a-kind space has been turned into the owner's family "wall journal" with unique wall art. This room is not insulated, so it is not suitable for sleeping in cold weather.
A washer/dryer is available for mid-vacation laundry days.
For family trips in a historic home, or groups of friends who want to explore the Coast together, check out the Latourette House in Gearhart!
*Please note that the sleeping porch is a preserved record of the owner and their family. You are more than welcome to view this preserved "wall journal", but please do not add to it.*