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Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

This is a 720 sq. ft. cottage on 7,840 sq. ft. lot in Belfair, WA.

It is listed for sale on Zillow for $209,000.

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Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Photos via Zillow

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Little Beach Cottage in Belfair, WA

Photos via Zillow

Highlights

  • 720 sq. ft.
  • 1 bedroom
  • 3/4 bathroom
  • Across from Twanoh Falls Beach Club
  • Views of Hood Canal
  • Sleeping loft
  • Large deck
  • 7,840 sq. ft. lot
  • Listed at $209,000 (as of 6/18/17)

Quote

Charming quintessential beach cottage directly across from Twanoh Falls Beach Club! Incredible views of Hood Canal w/gorgeous sunsets!1

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  • Treasa L Clark June 19, 2017, 2:32 pm

    Alex,
    This is a technical problem; this site has always scrolled pretty fast ; now it is dragging its brakes. I thought it was this computer or the net but I am not having this issue with other sites.
    Just an FYI
    Treasa

    • Alex June 20, 2017, 1:40 pm

      Thanks for the heads up on that Treasa, will look into this, I think I have an idea of what may be causing it and should be able to fix it soon!

  • Diane the Designer June 19, 2017, 2:34 pm

    They painted those expensive natural pine logs. It looks light and airy but the charm is gone. It might as well be drywall. I know everyone will say how light and bright it is but a cabin on the outside should FEEL like a cabin on the inside too. This is a fix and flip and it has lost it’s unique qualities.

    • James D. June 19, 2017, 7:29 pm

      No, they white washed the wood… The grain is still visible!

      It’s just the opposite effect of staining… making it lighter instead of darker…

  • Carolyn Vick June 19, 2017, 3:41 pm

    Some of us just don’t like the all woody look even if it’s a cabin. This is a fix and flip that I like very much and still has wood grain showing.

  • Marcia June 19, 2017, 4:02 pm

    First, I am with you, Diane. I don’t care where it is sitting, a CABIN by any other name…

    Second, it might be just me and I tried to do compare/contrast on the photos but I am having problems matching text with photos. It says 1 bedroom then further down it says sleeping loft. The photos show a ladder to what I surmise is the “sleeping loft”. So…are the sleeping loft and bedroom one and the same, or did we not see a bed in the sleeping loft AND not shown where the bedroom is located?

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee June 20, 2017, 5:30 pm

      There is a bedroom AND a sleeping loft. I can’t quite tell where the bedroom sits in the house, but there are definitely both based on the pictures I see 🙂

  • Marcia June 19, 2017, 4:07 pm

    hold ‘er, Newt….are these even pictures of the same cabin? In one picture I see ladder and a very nice railing to the left. In three other pictures I see ladder and NO railing, even in the close-up, Mr DeMille! Me says HMMMMMmmmmm!!!

    • James D. June 19, 2017, 7:24 pm

      Marcia, the railing is probably just removable… It’s designed that way sometimes so you can get things that may be too big to fit past the railings otherwise…

      Like with a Tiny House and a loft bed, you’d want the railing removable in order to be able to put the bed up there… and take it down when cleaning or replacing…

      While the railing could have been effecting the camera focus when they were taking the closeup of the loft, or they simply wanted to show how much room was there…

  • Slver Gypsy June 19, 2017, 4:16 pm

    I’m with the white paint. All wood is too much of a good thing. This isn’t a log cabin and I wouldn’t even categorize it as a “cabin”. It looks like a small beach cottage. The white looks wonderful, and I love the touch of blue in the kitchen. Very nice.

  • Susanne June 20, 2017, 11:03 am

    Nice place…but I am seeing quite often here it would be
    Expensive to downsize! It’s alittle more than the value of my home, so I’d be paying more, not gaining the difference, to downsize…. So depressing……:(

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee June 20, 2017, 3:05 pm

      That’s a huge bummer, Susanne. Unless you move to another area of the country with less expensive land prices, I could see that unfortunately being the case.

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