historic waterfront beach house in seaside, oregon

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Description from the owner

  • House
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 8

Type: House

historic waterfront beach house in seaside, oregon

Available for the first time on the vacation rental market.

Waterfront beach house.

This charming 1903, three level, tastefully restored, waterfront beach house, has panoramic views of Necanicum River, the Estuary, Tillamook Head and Pacific Ocean. Features include, private steps to the soft sand beach, original woodwork throughout the house and claw foot bath tub. Many modern upgrades compliment the quintessential vintage charm.

Create a moment.

Roomy enough for a family clambake (comfortably sleeps 8), intimate enough for a romantic weekender, this well-appointed home offers great usable space for cooking, indoor and outdoor seating options ...Read more

About the owner

Jodi J.

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historic waterfront beach house in seaside, oregon
Seaside, Oregon

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Seaside has been a popular coastal getaway since the 1800s. From here you can enjoy spectacular ocean views; observe the gray whale migration; see elk, eagles and falcons; go hiking or kayaking; or build a bonfire on miles of sandy beaches. All along Broadway there are themed gardens and flower baskets hanging around town where you can enjoy a wide variety of spring flowers.


Clamming season opens in early fall and usually lasts through early to mid-summer. Guests can clam right in front of the beach house, or on any open beaches north to the Columbia River. The daily Razor Clam limit per person is the first 15 clams

In Seaside the seafood is fresh, but there’s nothing fresher and more satisfying than catching your own dinner. Waiting for you in the home will be crab traps, as well as the "in-house" crab recipe. September through December are probably the best times to go crabbing, however, Dungeness crab can be caught starting in late July or August through February depending on the weather.

Fishing opportunities on the North Coast are plentiful. The months of May through September yield the richest prospects.
If you prefer fishing local lakes and streams from your own boat or casting your line from the bank, there are plenty of locations to choose from. In Seaside, Quatat Marine Park and Cartwright Park along the Necanicum River offer boat ramp river access, and at Quatat, you can fish right on the river from the docks. Trout, steelhead and striped bass can all be caught along the Necanicum.

Surfing is an very popular sport on the Oregon Coast. At the Cove in Seaside, surfers can be found year-round, practically all day, every day. Seaside is also home to two surf shops that sell and rent boards, wetsuits, and other accessories.

Who neds a car? With the home directly on the Necanicum River and Pacific Ocean, you can cane or kayak almost anywhere in Seaside. The North Coast is home to some of the best waterways for kayaking and canoeing. From the open ocean and rivers to the shallow picturesque inlets and bays, there are boating opportunities for all skill levels. Most of the year, kayaks and canoes are available from the local recreation rental shops.

The area in and around Seaside is home to several beautiful public golf courses.

Tennis and other Sports
In Seaside, public tennis courts are located at Broadway Park and Seaside High School. Basketball hoops are located at most of the local parks. Broadway park, part of the Sunset Empire Park & Recreation District, has a skate park, area for baseball & soccer, basketball hoops, playground equipment and indoor public swimming pools.

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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Waterfront



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