Welcome to Luna Shores!
LISTEN to the ocean rumble on the beach on Whidbey Island right outside our newly remodeled, 1750 square foot, 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom beachfront home on West Beach. No need to walk to the ocean – just a few steps down the rock bulkhead and you’re already there! Look at the photos to see how close the beach really is.
RELAX as you watch the westerly views of the ocean and the beach from the living room, dining room, master bedroom, guest bedroom and upstairs sitting area.
ENJOY the life of the ocean and the sunsets from the outdoor hot tub right on the deck in front of the no-bank waterfront.
What is the view really like? The best way to know is to check out our video at the top of the page (look in the main photo at the top and click the video button in the upper left corner).
From our home at Luna Shores, you can check out the Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains, Lopez Island, San Juan Island and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. You can even see the lights of Victoria, BC at night!
The master and guest bedrooms are upstairs and each have queen-sized beds and separate, private Juliet balconies - perfect for whale, dolphin and sunset watching. The additional bedroom is equipped with custom-built bunk beds with extra-long twin mattresses for four kids or adults. Our home will comfortably sleep eight.
Luna Shores comes complete with all high thread count linens, a fully equipped kitchen, 150 Mbps high speed Internet and WiFi, cable TV with over 220 channels and high-def, a 60" HDTV flat screen in the living room, fireplace, large capacity washer and dryer, and parking for up to four cars.
The main floor features a warm, open kitchen with high-end appliances and quartz countertops, a dining room with seating for eight, a beach viewing area for two, a large, open living room for everyone, and worry-free flooring throughout the down stairs.
Our home away from home is located just minutes from Oak Harbor, but secluded from the noise of the city. Close by are the world famous Gallery Golf Course, Fort Ebey State Park, Deception Pass State Park, and the ferry from Coupeville to Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula.
And if you're looking for something to eat, you can cook for yourself in the newly redesigned kitchen while watching the waves crash on the beach, or you can enjoy one of our favorite local restaurants.
The best part about Luna Shores is that Whidbey Island has some of the lowest rainfall in Washington State, making any time of the year right for a Pacific Northwest vacation. While many parts of Washington experience annual rainfall of 30” or more (220” in the Olympic Rain Forest), Whidbey Island will enjoy less than 20” of rain each year since it is located in the Olympic Mountain Rain Shadow.
Why not take in the ocean and the views for a most relaxing and memorable vacation?
Come and enjoy the spellbinding effects of sun, surf and sea breezes that are never further than your front doors. Luna Shores on the Beach....one way to experience the best of the ocean.