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Beach house with Pacific Ocean views asks $599K in Oregon

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It perches on a cliff

A wooden house with a cylindrical volume attached to a rectilinear one set among the trees.
The wooden house is slim on details but big on views.
Photos via Living Room Realty

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Location: Florence, Oregon

Price: $599,000

Details are slim on this 1978 beach cliff house, but the photos—and the incredible views—speak for themselves. Located in the coastal city of Florence, Oregon, the 932-square-foot wooden abode perches on stilts high above the Pacific Ocean and features a split-level layout primed to take advantage of those majestic sea views.

A unique construction comprising cylindrical and rectilinear volumes also creates surprising spaces within the one-bed-one-bath that seemingly jut into the landscape. The circular living room boasts tall windows facing the water, while the curving, double-height kitchen opposite that includes a skylight and a loft area.

Another section of the residence establishes the master bedroom, which is also lofted and features a skylight. A clawfoot tub, wainscoting, and huge windows make up the bathroom recently updated bathroom.

In addition to these charming details, the getaway offers outstanding outdoor living by way of an expansive, two-level deck and an outdoor shower. Located at 91186 Highway 101, it’s offered at $599,000.

Via: Living Room Realty, Estately