Tacoma Beach House
Welcome to our Beach House on Tok A Lou. She is a 1926 craftsman style beauty situated on the shipping lanes of the Port of Tacoma. We have tried to maintain the early flair of the home as much as possible while making it modernly comfortable. The windows and doors reflect the quality and care that went into building this solid attractive home. The door knobs and hardware are the original glass and brass. Our home has 1 bedroom located on the main floor with a queen bed, TV, and walk in closet. The full bathroom is also located on the main floor. An upstairs sleeping loft boasts both a queen and double bed plus two wing back chairs in a sitting area that looks out over Puget Sound and the city of Tacoma. Non stop views from main floor living room with gas log fireplace, a 60 inch TV, Blue Ray player and Bose sound system. The Laundry Room has a full size washer and dryer. Kitchen is well stocked with utensils, dishes, pots, pans and many spices. The covered front porch allows a protected area to observe the endless variety of water craft as they parade in and out of marinas and the Port. A direct plumbed Weber BBQ is located on the south side patio along with sitting area. Enjoy the view while grilling up something delicious!
Chelan Lake House
Welcome to our Lake House on Beautiful Lake Chelan. Enjoy the sunshine, relaxing atmosphere, fantastic views and private deck overlooking the lake. Our home is a 2 bedroom,3 bath with a new expansive deck with glass panel railings which make you feel like you are on the water. This romantic home is located on the South Shore within walking distance (<2 miles) of 5 wineries and a 15minute drive to Historic Downtown Chelan. There is a mooring buoy for your boat or jet ski located directly in front of our dock.
Our kitchen is fully stocked and the gas grill is ready to go. The hot tub is cozy for 2 and kept at a comfortable temperature. Take a bike ride to the State Park (3.5 miles up lake) or to town (7miles). Take your boat to Manson or Chelan and walk to the wineries or have dinner at one of the many fine restaurants. Book a tee-time at Bear Mountain Golf Course (5 minutes up the hill) or at Lake Chelan Public Course or at Desert Canyon Golf Course. Take the “Lady of the Lake” to Stehekin at the end of the Lake (55 miles). Visit as many of the 30 plus wineries as you dare. Fish off the dock. There is so much you can do and absolutely nothing if you are inclined.