A stunning 5,000 square foot home that has been converted into The Bay House, designed by Portland architect Robert Hermanson, sits atop 35 forested hillside acres with sweeping views of Siletz Bay, the Salishan Peninsula and the Pacific Ocean beyond. The home offers three beautiful suites with lofts for families and all the comforts one would need for overnight lodging. Although you can’t go wrong with any of the room choices, the ocean and bay views from the Pacific Suite and the gorgeous master bath are unbeatable.
If you don’t find tranquility in the breathtaking views from the surrounding landscape, you’re sure to find it next to the cozy living room fireplace or in the Japanese-inspired garden. The Courtyard features a unique and modern interpretation of a gabion wall that gives the illusion of an ocean wave before it crests when backlit at night (designed by landscape architect Steven Koch) – as well as dramatic sculptures by Bill Kucha. The Bay House is truly a work of art. You’ll notice the subtle advantages of using natural elements (stone, wood, glass, metal and water) throughout the interior and exterior of the house, giving the space a well-balanced and elevated appeal.