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Our two bedroom, two bath home includes a family room with a Murphy bed, large sunroom with a view of creek and woods. Located on a quiet street within walking distance of our historic riverfront where you can enjoy great fishing, boating, and special events. You are also a short drive to Portland, the seaside, the mountains, or visit Mount St. Helens in nearby Washington.
Our home is ADA accessible with wood floors, and a bathroom built to be accessible for a wheelchair. The entire home, including the sunroom, large deck, fenced yard and the doggie door is perfect for a family with furry kids.
About the Owner
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:July 2018
Interaction with guests:
The entire home, including sunroom, large deck , fenced yard and the doggie door is perfect for family with furry kids.
If any assistance is needed, help is a phone call away.
no parties allowed pls. message owner if bringing pets
2 Full baths
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£119 / stay
£99 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Bernadette’s home is located in Saint Helens,Oregon,United States.
Our quiet neighborhood is close to many great outdoor activities. You can kayak in Scappoose Bay, a wildlife-laden estuary or hike Warrior Rock Trail. The Columbia River flowing by Old Town St. Helens and marina is a sporting paradise with fishing, boating, and sailing. Festivals include 13 Nights on the River, featuring outstanding local musical talent or the Columbia County Fair and Rodeo, Maritime Heritage Festival, Fourth of July Celebration and Spirit of Halloweentown.
Columbia County is bordered on the east by the Columbia River. The southern County line is approximately 30 minutes from Portland and the western County line is approximately 30 minutes from the Pacific coast.