25'x100' lot on Asbury ("B" St) in Bandon
Located less than a mile from the Coquille River and just minutes from Bandon's beaches, this small lot is perfect for the recreational user. You can park your RV on this lot year-round and eliminate the need to drag it back and forth to family vacations.
This parcel is priced at $9,800. It measures 25'x100', with recreational useage being the best use of the land. The current owner has installed a gravel RV parking pad on the property, and power is available. A well is a possibility on this property.
You may reach the listing broker, Rushel Reed, at 541-297-5806 for showings, or you may drive by the property. From Bandon, drive north on Highway 101. Take a RIGHT at Prosper Juction Road. Take a RIGHT on Wheeler to Asbury. LEFT on Asbury (aka "B" St.) to sign.
Written by: Rushel Reed, Principal Broker
Bandon Commons has been VERY successful in selling the vast majority of their inventory in a real estate market where buyers have been reticent to purchase. Of the 32 homes available at Bandon Commons, 24 have sold, leaving only 8 more homes. In addition, the ownership of Bandon Commons is eager to work with buyers, and has reduced the list prices of units once again.
The homes at Bandon Commons are modern, comfortable and finely finished homes with zero maintenance worries. A Homeowner's Association fee of $150/month alleviates the worry of mowing the yard, trimming the trees and painting the home.
Just north of North Bend, Oregon by 2 miles, this home has panoramic views of tide-affected waters, bridges and waterfowl. With a small path to the waterfront and a paved, private drive (shared with 4 other homeowners) and round driveway, this home is gracious and comfortable.
This home has just been reduced to $399,500 from $525,000, and is getting lots of attention! With two fireplaces (one upstairs and one downstairs), each floor is warm and comfortable. There is an office area next to the kitchen, a sun room to bask in warm sunshine, and a large second-story deck to wach spectacular sunsets over the water.
12+ acres of waterfront, wetlands on the property and several hundred feet of waterfront make this house a steal!
This property is a on-of-a kind waterfront acreage property! Inquiries on this property can be directed to our office: (541) 347.5100.
Written By: Rushel Reed, Broker
8-Acre Vacation Cottage and RV Park for Sale
In the pristine area of Bandon-by-the-Sea, vacationers wish to stay close to the beach, experience the beauty of the beaches, and have the kind of privacy they find in their own home. Beach Loop Village provides all of this in an affordable vacation rental, or in a vacation home for themselves and for their families to enjoy for years to come.
Bandon RV Village is an 8-acre RV park in scenic Bandon-by-the-Sea, Oregon. With 35 fully developed RV sites and eight cottages for sale or rent, this park has fantastic income potential. On-site inprovements include men/women's multi shower bathrooms, coin-op laundry, detached office, mgr's 2-story home and caretaker's accommodation. There are 8 completed cottages, averaging 550sf each. Each cottage is for sale individually, or with the entire RV Park. Cottages are solidly build park model homes with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, full kitchens, lofts, naturally finished wood and an abundance of windows. Natural light streams through the large windows. Some cottages have hot tubs, decks, patios, garages, etc. In addition, there is a small office included for check-ins, payments, and storage of local information about the vast array of outdoor activities in and around Bandon. There is room for lots of expansion and futher development. This RV park sits on two discrete parcels, 5-acres and 3-acres. Beach Loop Road frontage totals 725 linear feet. All inventory on-site is included in the sale. Financials on file.
Written By: Rushel Reed, Broker
This century-old antique home in Myrtle Point, OR is central to all of your needs! Some original features, including solid wood, open-beam architecture, ironwork and light fixtures. This 1168sf, 3bed, 1.5bath home sits three blocks in any direction from grocery stores, restaurants, banks and post office. This home has been refurbished, including an entirely new roof, new carpet throughout, new paint inside and out. Parking available under an attached carport or at the sidewalk. In the front yard is a producing plum tree and a grape arbor at the side. The apartment in back can be redone to make great extra space for family or friends. Alley access behind the house to several connected outbuildings, including the original 1910 tool shed. Brick enclosed flower beds in front and concrete driveway. Side yard enclosed by a small raised concrete retaining wall. Owner entertaining offers! This home comes with a Free Home Warranty to buyer!
Myrtle Point, OR is a quaint town in coastal Southern Oregon. It hosts the County Fair & Rodeo and Harvest Festival. Fantastic fishing and hunting abounds in Coos County, with a great salmon run just a couple of minutes away! Go ocean fishing or beachcombing...only 30 miles from your front door. Fertile fields and a great small-town atmosphere make Myrtle Point a great place to live.
Open-beam architecture on the ceiling in the dining room and living room. From the front door, you enter this dining room, and take one step down into the living room. A built-in sideboard/bar can hold dishes and utensils for dining convenience.
Beautiful orginal built-in with iron fixtures. Has two shelves inside and wide top for dishes, vases, etc. Wide floor-to-ceiling beams frame in the sides. This is one of several original parts of the house.
Detail of the moulding atop the built-in sideboard/bar. This is beautiful woodwork, and in great shape.
This 1910 chandelier was installed during the original construction, and stays with the house. Each light fixture is glass and in perfect condition. All four glass pieces match.
This view of the living room shows the built-ins, and the office nook. The office nook also has built ins and several wall outlets.
This is the original hearth, built during construction in 1910. Some bricks have been replaced due to use and time. The stove itself is new, as is the chimney system. A gorgeous vintage wood shelf (solid wood) sits above the fireplace, held in place by wrought iron brackets.
Wrought-iron detail. Two brackets sit beneath a solis-wood shlef on the hearth. It's a great place to have vases of fresh flowers, photos or hang stockings
The dining and living areas are separated by a built-in sideboard/bar (great for entertaining and convenient at meal times) and a one-step level change. The exposed staircase reveals the fireplace as you descend.
Open beam architecture reveals the materials used during construction. Huge, solid-wood beaming with thick iron brackets at the ceiling.
Main, full bathroom (ground floor) has a window box sink area. New shower/bath insert.
Downstairs bedroom has three high windows, letting in lots of light. This room also has new carpet and a generous closet.
This kitchen was redone mid-century. Current owners have replaced only the knobs on the cupboards. There is an in-kitchen walk-in pantry and a bread making station on the opposite wall. This kitchen is ready to be rebuilt to buyer's wishes.
Written By: Rushel Reed, Broker