Garage, Pantry, Playground, Vacuum System.
Central Air Conditioning, Cook Top Range, Dishwasher, Grill, Kitchen Island, Oven.
Granite Counter Tops, Hardwood Flooring, High Ceilings, Hot Tub/Jacuzzi/Spa, Sprinkler, Water Purification System, Wood Floors.
Family Room, Formal Dining Room, Guest House Separate, Inside Laundry, Workshop.
Deck, Dog Run, Sprinkler, Storage Shed, Swimming.
Mountain View, River View, Scenic View, Trees, View, Water View.
-East Fork of the Lewis River Access right at Mason Creek Hole…The first set of rapids on the river which means that the steelhead and salmon hold up here until fall rains raise the water levels so that the fish can swim upstream. Mason Creek is heavily fed by spring waters coming out of the ground at 55 degrees, which allows for cooler water in the summer time for the fish to hold up in as well as allows warmer water during the winter time. This is the set of rapids that a fisherman would want first crack at in the morning.
-The home sits up high, free of any danger of flood waters such as we had in 1996 and 1998, when many riverfront properties were flooded. The home is approximately 60 feet above the water level so the floods are a beautiful sight without any danger of problems.
-There is a large flat field with an easy access to the river for fishing and wading on a very quiet stretch of the river, complete with a boat launch.
You can fish out of your back yard at the Mason Creek Hole, run a jet sled down the river to the North Fork of the Lewis in 10 minutes or be over at St. Helens, Oregon area in 20 minutes.
-You can also pull out a drift boat at the boat launch, after fishing all the way from Lewisville Park or Daybreak Bridge.
-It is the last hole on the river coming downstream, that fisherman fish since the rest of the river going down stream is “soft water” and affected by tides.
-It is the last location on the river going upstream that you can run a motorized boat or jet ski.
-It is the only location on the East Fork that you can do all three activities… fish out your backyard at one of the best holes on the river, drift down and pull out at the last set of rapids after an easy day of drift boat fishing, or run a motorized boat from your back yard to the Columbia.
-There is a beautiful view of Mount Hood from most of the rooms in the home.
-Approximately 30 minutes to the PDX. Airport (assuming normal early morning traffic flow)
-There is abundant shopping within a 15-20 minute drive in any direction.
LAYOUT OF THE HOME SITE
-Situated with an oval shaped driveway for an easy turn around for cars, delivery vans and towing large trailers or motorhome accessibility.
-Swimming pool located near the guest house for changing clothes, using the restroom or kitchen facilities.
-The guest house has three large bays with 14 foot garage doors for boats, trailers, campers or motorhome parking. The garage is insulated and has ample power and water.
-The shed roofed carport will handle a motorhome and is complete with septic, 30 amp. power and water connections.
-Complete use of the field down at the river as per the use easement that is pertinent to the land.
-Shared well with the neighbors and the maintenance costs of a purified water system as well as costs to maintain a portion of the driveway.
-A lovely playground area for the kids or grandkids alongside the pool and the running pond area.
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