A-frame homes appeal to nature lovers because of their straightforward and relatively inexpensive construction and the ease with which their steeply pitched rooflines blend into their settings. They also often provide views onto their site by way of a wall of windows and a lofted “attic” space right below the apex.
All of these characteristics are true of this charming dwelling in Neskowin, in Tillamook, Oregon. Built in 1964 and located just steps from the beach, the peaked house combines one bedroom, one bath, a small kitchen, a living room with vintage fireplace, plus a lofted lounge—all on a 795-square-foot floorplan.
What’s more, an expansive wall of windows makes up one of the triangular sides, allowing natural light to flood in while also framing views of the ocean. A deck wraps around three sides of the residence to offer outdoor living opportunities, in addition to the lot on which it sits.
Located at 49855 Seasand Road, the home is offered at $315,000.