|Master Suite Queen|
|Bedrom #2 Queen|
|Sofa Sleeper Queen|
**The security and safety of our guests is top priority and we want to reassure all steps have been taken to follow CDC and WHO guidelines for Sanitizing and disinfecting our homes**
Old Town Retreat - Florence, Oregon.
Beautiful condo Located in the Middle of Historic Old Town Florence with Restaurants, Shopping and Outdoor Activities Abound.
2 BR / 2.5 BA / Sleeps - 6
- Queen Size Bed
- Large Walk in Closet
- Private Bathroom
- Private Balcony
- Wall heat
- Queen Size Bed
- Shared Bathroom
- Large Closet
- Wall Heat
- Fully Stocked Kitchen
- Washer/ Dryer
- Location! Walk to Restaurants, Bars, Shopping, and Water
- Homey Comfortable Furnishings
- Private balcony
- Private End Unit
- Pet Friendly (2 dog max)
PROPERTY DISTANCE TO:
- 3 miles to Woahink Lake
- 7 miles to Ocean
- 7 miles to dunes access
- 11 Miles to Sea lion Caves
- 13 Miles to Heceta Lighthouse
Beautiful Condo in the Hart of Old Town Florence - Walk to Restaurants Shopping or River.
A spacious master suite with queen bed and private bathroom, the Second bedroom has a Queen Bed, Shared Bathroom with Tub and Shower, Well stocked kitchen and dining area with plenty of seating for the whole family. Cozy living room With Flat Screen TV, Cable and WiFi, 1/2 Bathroom on Main Level and Full Size Washer Dryer Conveniently Located Upstairs.
Shop, Eat, Fish, Swim, Hike, Boat, or just kick back and soak in the natural beauty surrounding this beautiful condo.
The very close by Siuslaw River rises in the mountains of southwestern Lane County, about 10 miles west of Cottage Grove. It flows generally west-northwest through the mountains, past Swisshome, entering the Pacific at Florence. The head of tide is 26 miles upstream.
It is part of the homeland of the Siuslaw people, after whom it is named.
The valley of the river has been one of the productive timber regions in Oregon. The lower course of the river passes through Siuslaw National Forest.
The Coos Bay branch of the Coos Bay Rail Link crosses many bridges as it follows the narrow, winding valley of the Siuslaw River to the swing bridge at Cushman.
The river has historically been a spawning ground for Chinook and coho salmon. Although the Chinook population is substantial, coho numbers have declined from an annual average of 209,000 fish between 1889 and 1896 to just over 3,000 fish between 1990 and 1995. The estuary of the river is surrounded by extensive wetlands that are a significant habitat for migratory birds along the coast. It is one of the very few Western Oregon rivers where all major forks are undammed.
The charming historic Old Town section of the city is filled with lovely shops, cafes, galleries, and restaurants. A quick drive to many local attractions such as the Oregon Dunes and beaches, The famous Sea Lion caves, The historic Heceta Lighthouse, nearby Woahink and Siltcoos Lakes for fishing, boating, kayaking or swimming. You will also be minutes from numerous trailheads for hiking or mountain biking. The coastal forests flourishing in Douglas fir and Sitka spruce extend nearly to the Ocean. Some trails wind up, over, and through sand dunes, offering hikers the opportunity to experience the unique natural wonders of this area. Paddle the slow moving 3 mile designated canoe trail between Siltcoos Lake and the Pacific Ocean.Take a scenic drive up Hwy 101 to Heceta Head Lighthouse where free tours are offered daily. Get your adrenalin flowing on a nearby dune buggy tour or with an ATV rental, or go crabbing from the Siuslaw Bay public fishing pier at the end of South Jetty road where crabbing is excellent from late spring until the fresh water from winter rains force the crabs out to the ocean.
-This is a NON Smoking Home-
Parking for one car in the carport under the condo. Large vehicles can park in the parking lot or street but no designated parking beyond the carport. No RV's or trailers.
**PLEASE NOTE IF BOOKING THROUGH AIRBNB** - Airbnb cleaning fees include service fees. please ask manager for a break down if needed.