House- Sleeps 6 max. 3 bedroom, 2 full baths
Two of the 3 bedrooms have ocean views/partial ocean views. Quality bedding and linens. The rooms decor is designed for rustic ocean relaxation. Lie in bed and hear the ocean waves crashing. The master bedroom is large and has it's own sunny deck, attached full bath and flat screen television/DVD.
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - Pet approved by ownerPet approved by owner
Max guests: 6
Minimum age of primary renter: 21
- Well behaved pet considered. Pets that can stay off furniture and bedding.
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (e.g. countertops, light switches, handles and taps)
Cleaned with disinfectant
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC
Follows industry health association: SafeStay (AHLA – USA)
About Russ Anger
A resident of Sonoma County in the heart of the Russian River Wine Valley. Although I have a big love for world travel, I love the Northern California Coast in particular and all it has to offer. I love to kayak, fish, forage seaweed, explore the shores for treasures and sometimes just hide away in a sandy cove with a book and a cold beer.
Russ Anger purchased this house in 2013
Why Russ Anger chose Timber Cove
It is rare to find a property like this along the water. So when the chance presented itself I jumped. It was the right decision. Although I don't get to spend as much time there as I would like, I get so much positive feedback from the guests experience. Beautiful area...so much nature and fun things to see and find as you hike. I love to explore! The kayaking on timber cove is great! The sparsely populated area is always a welcomed get away. I really enjoy being on the beach, and in this area you can find great little sandy beaches, and have them all to yourself! For years I drove up to Timber Cove area either for the day or to camp overnight.
What makes this house unique
Next to the ocean, many state parks nearby including historic Fort Ross, beaches and wineries. Two restaurants close by, and many more if you want to explore Highway 1. Fort Ross State Historic Park...approximately two miles south. Over 3,000 acres that includes a wonderful visitor's center with interpretive exhibits, a museum bookstore, heirloom gardens, hiking trails, sheltered Sandy Cove Beach, and great ocean views. Salt Point State Park...approximately 4 miles to our north...over 6,000 acres, that includes one of California's first underwater parks, and also hosts a friendly visitor's center offering plant identification walks and activities for children. See the sandstone that played a vital role in the construction of San Francisco in the 1800s. The park has more than 20 miles of hiking and equestrian trails. Kruse Rhododendron State Natural Reserve: Adjoins Salt Point State Park with 3 miles of pristine hiking trails. Beginning in late April the reserve comes to life as the beautiful pink Rhododendron blossoms appear throughout the redwood forest. Whale Watching: The excitement is contagious during whale season. Join others who head west to view the annual whale migration. Grey Whales migrate south between November and January to birth, and return with their new calves between February and April. Look for the distinctive big blow, followed by the little blow of the young calf. Fishing and Diving: A myriad of fish species live in our coastal waters. This is a very good spot for surf, spear, and rod & reel fishing. Abalone aficionados come out in full force April 1st when the season opens. For more information on fishing and diving regulations, contact the Department of Fish and Game @ www.dfg.ca.gov Mushroom Foraging: The North Coast is well known for its seasonal, wild mushroom hunting. Intrepid foragers arrive in the area a few weeks after the first rains in late fall, as the area literally comes alive with an abundance of delicious wild