Home for Sale on the Washougal River - Chasing Waterfalls

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Perhaps it’s Time to Chase a Waterfall at this Washougal River Home.

This is one waterfall you won’t want to miss. This is one property you won’t want to miss. Zen, magical, and magnificent are all words visitors use to describe this incredible property. We believe it’s a one-of-a-kind retreat.

A rare one-level home on the water awaits you. The two-master suite design lends itself to interesting possibilities. A solarium designed Great Room provides the vibrant energy in this private retreat. Walls of glass give you ever-changing views of the Washougal River and Lalolu Falls.

The one-acre parcel is fenced and gated. A winding path through the towering fir trees lead to garden after garden. Native and non-native shrub and plants bloom from Spring through Fall. Gardeners and flower lovers will delight in discovering all of the delightful spaces.

Sights and sounds of nature fill your soul. Heron, eagles, and osprey soar overhead. Visiting otters may float by, and an occasional deer may pass through – hummingbirds and songbirds round out the entertainment. This is a true Nature As Neighbors ViewHome.

The Washougal River is accessible too, with steel ships stairs leading from the deck to the water below. A large pool lends itself to swimming and a concrete deck is a great place to warm up in the sunshine. Imagine the summer-time fun for visiting friends and family.

We think Lalolu Waterfall is the true star of the show, creating much of the magic in this retreat along the Washougal River. The Falls change with the level of the river, which can rise and fall within four to five feet in just a few hours. This shift can result in a geyser-like spray shooting up into the air and bouncing off rocks and trees as sheets of mist.

Intrigued yet? We think you’ll find waterfall chasing to be a delightful adventure. Imagine owning your own Washougal River home with a private waterfall view? Call us today and discover the beauty of “elbow room for the soul,” and the magic of Lalolu Falls.


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