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Polygonal beach house is a rustic getaway for $799K

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It was built in the style of a pole structure in 1971

Wide shot of two polygonal structures painted light grey with pointed roofs. Beach grass lies in the foreground, with mountain and bay views behind it.
The three-bedroom is made up of two polygonal pole structures.
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Location: Gleneden Beach, Oregon

Price: $799,000

This funny little beach house in Gleneden Beach, an unincorporated community on the Oregon coast, is made up of two polygonal pole buildings with views onto Salishan Spit. Built in 1971, the charming—and certainly unique—holiday home features three bedrooms and three baths over a surprisingly roomy 1,781 square feet of living space.

With all-wood interiors, vaulted ceilings, and windows on nearly every side, the rustic getaway offers impressive access to the beach and cozy, laid-back living. The main house includes a conversation pit arranged around a large rock fireplace, kitchen, dining area, and small den. Each bedroom has large windows, some of them with ocean views.

Outside, a small courtyard includes a fire pit, and is enclosed by glass for wind protection. A patio provides additional vantages from which to enjoy the views. Located at 399 Salishan Drive, it’s listed for $799,000. Change out the carpeting and you have yourself a winner.

Via: Estately