|Space||3,200 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
This listing is ONLY valid weeknights, October - May, and excludes holidays, weekends and summers. For the full house, please see our listing for The Historic Reed House. Please check with us before booking and make sure your time qualifies, or is available. Please also contact us before hand regarding bookings more than one year out. Thanks! The Houses On Manzanita Beach
Take advantage of great rates for your weekday only stay! Built in 1916, this fantastic house was owned by the Reed family. Sitting front and center on Beulah Reed Road -- named after the wife in the family -- you'll find the Reed family mentioned throughout Oregon. After deeding a sizable land grant which would become part of Oswald West State Park, the Hwy 101 bridge connecting the park to the highway on Neahkahnie mountain is named after the Reed family. Cousins were founding members of Reed College. The family was very involved with work involving the Portland Art Museum and were part of a thriving arts community in the Neahkahnie community.
This wonderful gem of a house was updated in 2014 to it's original glory with modern conveniences to take advantage of the stellar location -- wide swaths of windows to frame unparelled views; restorations of original finishes, new updated kitchen honoring the gracefulness of the house yet with all the modern conveniences you would want in a big cooks kitchen includig an island seating 4, a big great room with original stone fireplace, 180º views and dining area for 14, entertainment and media room, pool table room, ping pong area, beds and bathrooms galore, a third HD TV area and small library, Last but not least, enjoy the huge deck spanning the front of the house and along the side of the house covering a full lot. Nestled into the side yard is your own private fire pit to gather round and roast S'mores or quiet conversation around a fire with a glass of your favorite beverage.
Your master suite awaits with luxurious king bed, a private sitting room area overlooking the ocean and private cozy bathroom with high end Pratt & Larson tile and Waterworks fixtures, encased in marble floors featuring in floor heating.
Bedroom 2 on the second floor is also a king bedroom with generous walk-in closet. Bathroom 2 on the second floor features marble tile with in-floor heating, vintage tub and fixtures, and spacious storage.
Bedrooms 3 and 4 are on the first floor and each house two sets of twin bunk beds suited for youth or adults, in addition to lots of storage. Bathroom 3 is also on the first floor with double sinks, luxurious Hansgrohe Rainshower, and heated floors.
Charm, comfort, modern conveniences, not to mention huge views and wonderful location. This house is perfect for large groups of up to 20 guests, or smallr, more intimate getaways. Check with us for more details regarding your woderful, relaxing coast vacation.
I���m Kim Bergstrom, and my husband Eric and I have built on my father’s childhood dream of owning a beachfront house on the Oregon Coast. Our family built that vacation home in 1960. In 1996 Eric and I were fortunate enough to become the new owners of our family vacation home, and created a vacation rental so that we could share with wonderful Manzanita experience with others (VRBO 399113).
Since that time we have purchased and remodeled two more oceanside Manzanita beach vacation homes (VRBO 442897 and VRBO 632357) and are thrilled to be able to share the wonderful Manzanita experience with our guests, both returning and new.
We’ve named our vacation rentals The Houses On Manzanita Beach, and we hope you enjoy them as much as we do. We'd love to be your hosts.
An extraordinary double lot on Manzanita beach, visiting the Historic Reed House is a unique opportunity to experience the charm and intimacy of another area, yet updated to create the perfect beach vacation experience.
Savor this rare opportunity to experience your next vacation at the Historic Reed House, one of the original turn-of-the-century cottages on Manzantia Beach. While the original charm remains but updated with 21st century comforts.
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