The property is nestled on an 8.2 acre lot surrounded by woods and the shoreline beyond.
Your country life on waterfront dreams can all come true at 5175 Paradise Bay Road in Washington’s Port Ludlow.
The property offers 8.2 acres, upon which are the cabin, two outbuildings large enough to be barns or shops or both, and room for gardens galore — with Shine Tidelands State Park and Seven Sisters Beach among the closest neighbors.
Listing agent Melisa Wight told the Seattle P-I that when the cabin was originally built in 1996, “it was built by and for the builder himself – Arthur Hosfeldt of Point White Construction, a custom log home building company.”
The hand-hewn log cabin was dubbed “Lazy H Ranch.” Arthur Hosfeldt and his wife “took loving care of the property from 1996 until they sold it in 2019,” Wight said.
The current sellers are asking $899K. However, your free tour is just a scroll away.
This bird’s eye view shows the main cabin and outbuildings.
Inside, the living room offers soaring ceilings.
The cabin’s loft-like design, all of it wood paneled, includes two levels.
The main level features an open floor plan from living room through dining room to kitchen.
The dining room offers an incredible sylvan setting.
Anna Marie Erwert writes from both the renter and new buyer perspective, having (finally) achieved both statuses. She focuses on national real estate trends, specializing in the San Francisco Bay Area and Pacific Northwest. Follow Anna on Twitter: @AnnaMarieErwert.