Cliff erosion and beachfront property....Buyer beware!

Real Estate Agent with ADVANTAGE REAL ESTATE, serving Lincoln County 200509394

scary cliff

There is no guarantee of safety when you are dealing with Mother Nature! 

Look closely at the deep crevices in the sand, this cliff could fall without warning. I expect that this section of cliff may be gone the next time I visit this listing which is located just north of Newport, Oregon... Watch your step!!!

If you are a buyer who is interested in purchasing oceanfront property on the Central Oregon Coast, you will need a Broker who knows the lay of the land. Allow me to find you an oceanfront which is on Basalt rock rather than a sand cliff.  There are many fabulous listings on Basalt rock with great views are out there, just ask me where they are and I can show you!

Call Barbara Le Pine at 541-270-6758 for the latest listings and more information about property in Lincoln County, Oregon.

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Comments (2)

William Johnson
Retired - La Jolla, CA
Retired Real Estate Professional
Hi Barbara, Beach and cliff erosion is a real problem here in California. I saw a photo of a home being lost to the cliff and it is stunning when you think that this is even possible that these lots permit large homes. They are dangerously close to the ocean. Weather and waves take a real toll and Buyers need to use some good judgment with the help of skilled professionals that understand how this all happens over the years with erosion. .
Mar 19, 2012 12:24 PM
Michael Jacobs
Pasadena, CA
Los Angeles Pasadena 818.516.4393

Hi Barbara -- just another (and very graphic) reason why local real estate representation is so important when purchasing property.   Buyers definitely need to complete due diligence(and beyond) and it starts in Newport, Oregon with Barbara Le Pine.   

Mar 19, 2012 11:40 PM