À propos de ce logement
Welcome to the Park. When I bought this land in 1992, it was an empty field. My project these last 25 years has been turning the land it to what it is now. This place brings me joy. I built the house, planted all the trees, and raised my family here. Now that I am retired and traveling, I would like to share my sanctuary with you.
The home is located in the rural and sunny Maxwelton Valley on Whidbey Island. The neighboring properties are all five plus acres. Evergreen trees around the land provide privacy. The large yard is very open with lots of sunlight.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to one bedroom, a den with a couch bed, and two full bathrooms on the main floor. There is a great room with a wood stove, dining nook and kitchen. Downstairs is a bedroom with a queen bed and half bath.
Outdoors there is a wrap around cedar deck, natural stone patio with a fire pit. There are fruit trees and an organic garden and beautiful flower beds.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I will not be on site when guests are staying here. I can be contacted by e-mail or text message.
The neighborhood is rural yet very close to the picturesque seaside town of Langley, which has restaurants, shops, art galleries, and other attractions. The Park is also close to many great beaches, such as Maxwelton Beach (softball field, picnic tables, bbqs, playground), and Double Bluff (pet friendly, best place for beach walks).
There are three stoplights and virtually no traffic on the south end of the island.
The town of Langley is 5 miles away and is an easy flat bike ride. Maxwelton Beach is 4 miles away and also an easy ride.
The Island Transit bus stop is less than a mile away. The no charge bus system covers the entire Island. There is no Sunday service.
There are two rooms downstairs that will remain locked.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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I grew up on Whidbey Island Washington, and now live with my wife in Salem Oregon. I love the northwest, the outdoors, my friends, my family, and spending quality time with all of them. My wife and I are both teachers, and spend our summers traveling.