Windermere Realty Trust Annual Coat Drive

We invite you to join us in the efforts to help us share the warmth this winter by bringing new and/or clean gently used coats to our office. As part of Windermere Realty Trust’s long-standing commitment to help those in need, our offices will be collecting coats and blankets NOW THROUGH DECEMBER 15, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All sizes are welcome from kids, teens to adults! HAPPY HOLIDAYS AND HOPE YOU CAN SHARE THE WARMTH.

Posted on December 4, 2017 at 3:24 pm
Karen Meili | Category: Uncategorized

1216 S Pacific St, Cannon Beach, OR

Ocean front living in the heart of Midtown Cannon Beach. Watch eagles and puffins on Haystack Rock. Casually elegant home, duplex, or vacation rental. Here is your opportunity to invest and luxuriate in a newly rebuilt home by Coaster in 2011. Each level is a self contained 3 bd 2 ba residence; custom woodwork, bamboo flooring, gas stoves, gourmet kitchens, ocean front patio, courtyard entrance, 2 laundry rooms, attached garage/storage.

 

 

 

Posted on April 30, 2015 at 1:48 pm
Karen Meili | Category: Uncategorized

240 W Nebesna, Cannon Beach, OR

Third back from ocean front, this craftsman cottage evokes Cannon Beach history with beamed wood ceilings, beadboard walls, wood floors, wood burning fireplace, covered front porch, ocean & Haystack Rock views, landscaped front yard, yet it's just 15 years old. Easy beach access makes this a delightful vacation home. Two car garage stores bikes, boogie boards, toys, party supplies. Designed for memories by Cannon Beach originals.

  

 

 

Posted on April 28, 2015 at 3:48 pm
Karen Meili | Category: Uncategorized

82624 Elkwood Mountain Rd, Cannon Beach, OR

High above Cannon Beach with whitewater ocean & lighthouse views, southern light fills this home rebuilt in 2013 by Coaster Construction. Private, wooded 2.64 acre estate including charming guest house & garage/workshop; french doors, abundant use of reclaimed wood: hemlock flooring from Hood Canal warehouse, fir counters from state fairgrounds, sliders from Mexican church & Indonesian mahogany.