Townhouse Pacific Seawatch Oregon Coast

Crowds Enjoy Views, Eagles & Tours at Townhome Open Houses

April 17, 2017

We had a steady stream of people filter through our Pacific Seawatch townhome Open Houses the weekend of April 8th and 9th, despite on and off wind, rain and even hail.  We had many impressive displays of sun that burst through the clouds and showed off the spectacular river, ocean, and Haystack Rock views.  We even had bald eagles that gave our guests stunning aerial performances in front of the picturesque backdrop throughout the two days.  One of the guests even inquired how we were able to train the eagles to give such an impressive display right at the opportune time.

The two houses that we toured were on lots 62 and 64, as 63 had subcontractors working on sheetrock.  Townhome 64 had open studs that showed the insulation and interior wiring, whereas 62 has been sheetrocked and has cabinets partially installed.  Guests used 11×17 floorplans to orient themselves to each home’s layout, as well as took the plans for further review at home.  Although 62 is already sold, it provided a great visual of the cabinetry, particularly since all three units share the same cabinets.  Final exterior doors for 64, as well as samples of other finishes were also on display.

Our guests included curious neighbors, realtors, potential buyers and clients who were interested in custom builds.  In addition to interest in the townhomes, we also had people engage with lot 3 and lot 22, our other Pacific Seawatch properties with build to suit options.  One particular guest was captivated by 64, noting that she preferred the vantage of the river and Bob Straub State Park over the ocean and Haystack Rock view.  Regardless of preference, however, the unobstructed views were adored by all, first and foremost.  To that end, visitors liked the tubs with the sliding barn doors, allowing an ocean view from the bath.  Other noted features included the floorplans, extensive natural light through large, well placed windows, abundant storage, casement windows to allow for cross ventilation, the beams and vaulted ceilings, and extensive decks with privacy.

In addition, people loved the Pacific Seawatch community and the rich benefit of the top quality clubhouse, available only for residents.  Many said that there is nothing like this community on the coast!  We would love to answer further questions about any of our Pacific Seawatch lots: 3, 22, 63 & 64.  Please don’t hesitate to call us at: 503.472.7402.

Learn more about our Oregon coast homes or explore our full portfolio to see the wide range of our luxury work.  It may also be of interest to consider an Oregon timber frame home for your coastal property.

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