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Waterfront Estate, Like Your Own Private Island

Entire villa hosted by Lauri
16 guests5 bedrooms6 beds4.5 baths
Entire home
You’ll have the villa to yourself.
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Self check-in
Check yourself in with the lockbox.
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House rules
The host doesn’t allow parties or smoking.
Welcome to The Cannery Estate!

This waterfront paradise & historic property offers private beaches, an 8-person spa, an outdoor kitchen and fireplace, two outdoor showers, a firepit, a kayak/canoe launch, pond, creek, gazebo with benches (perfect for picnics), creekside Tea House & multiple entertainment areas.

The mild microclimate results in warmer temperatures than oceanfront.

Hydrobikes, Kayaks and a Paddle Boat are available for our guests.

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 2
1 king bed
Bedroom 3
1 queen bed

Amenities

Beach access – Beachfront
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Hot tub
Pets allowed
65" HDTV with standard cable, Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, premium cable
Washer
Dryer
Bathtub

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Location

Waldport, Oregon, United States

There is a good but pricey grocery store five minutes from the house. We suggest guests who want to just be able to relax and enjoy the property order online at Fred Meyers, then stop on the way to the property (there are stores to the north and south) and have the groceries delivered to your car.

We are incredibly private, but a boat ride across the bay or a two-minute drive to Waldport.

We are 15 minutes to Newport and Yachats, and 45 minutes to Florence.

We are 2 1/2 hours from Portland and 1 3/4 hours from Eugene and Salem.

Hosted by Lauri

Joined in September 2014
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I am a real estate broker and investor. I enjoyed a 30 year career in commercial real estate and asset management. In 2000, I started my own commercial real estate company, and eventually owned two commercial brokerage and property management companies in San Diego. When we lived in San Diego, we purchased a French Victorian home in the charming gold rush town of Julian California, about an hour outside San Diego. We loved it so much that we turned it into a vacation rental so other dog parents could vacation in the mountains with their pups. It was a beloved vacation home, with guests returning year after year. A movie was filmed onsite, and we have many wonderful memories from our time there. We decided to repeat that great experience when we moved to Oregon in 2013, and have been buying and renovating homes on the Oregon coast since 2015. I am so lucky to be doing what I love to do. While the sales process is going on, I haunt my favorite thrift and consignment stores looking for wonderful pieces that I can restore for use in our vacation rentals. We always buy some items new: mattresses, linens, TVs, appliances, etc., but I love the character and unique personality that a stunning vintage item provides. I also love restoring furniture. During the renovation process, I live in the house. This is both so I can work on the property, and even more importantly, get a feel for the house and the neighborhood. I get to know my neighbors, the mailman, meet the neighborhood pups and their owners, and see what time each day the sun shines into different rooms. The house and I begin to communicate. Through the renovation and design process, I get a deep sense of the home and the neighborhood. When we are done, the property gets a name. The names are indicative of both the location and the nature of the home. Yaquina Bay Club is serene and elegant, while Yaquina Surf Camp is fun and funky. Once the property goes on the vacation rental market, I try to stay at each of my homes at least once a quarter. It is important to see things from a guest’s perspective, so that our homes continue to be places where wonderful memories are made. Since I have lived in and renovated each home, these are definitely more than investments. These are homes I have lived in and love, and I hope this comes through to our guests. It is also fascinating to see the difference in these homes from the time we buy them to what they are today. Most of the homes that we purchase are foreclosures, estate sales, distressed sales, etc. All of them sat sad, vacant and unloved for a long time. When I first walk through a distressed home, it feels cold and forlorn. Now the homes are happy, cared for and loved, and you can feel it the moment you walk in the door. Some are calm and serene, some are classic beach family fun, but all are happy and welcoming. I would live in any of these homes in a heartbeat. I guess that's why I bought them in the first place. But I really love sharing them with our guests and their friends and families. Welcome!
I am a real estate broker and investor. I enjoyed a 30 year career in commercial real estate and asset management. In 2000, I started my own commercial real estate company, and eve…
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  • Language: English
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Self check-in with lockbox
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
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Pool/hot tub without a gate or lock
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Cancellation policy