Manzanita, Oregon may remind you of Cannon Beach

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Evergreen Realty

Most of you know that Oregon was the only mainland state bombed by the Japanese during World War II, right?

During the summer when you travel past Manzanita you are headed to a very popular getaway called Cannon Beach; perhaps going to the Seaside area; heading up the Coast Highway (Highway 101) toward Washington State; or maybe you are heading to hike, camp, or surf - generally you miss Manzanita without thinking twice.

Manzanita is a beautiful place that has the amenities - Golf and Beaches that take your breath away.  Homes start in the $400,000.00 range in Manzanita and can go up into 7 figures - with good reason.  With the views that take your breath away so quickly you don't see it leave, you wonder how nature can create such beauty.

Manzanita is the center of the Tillamook north county, though nothing in North County is far from anything in north county.  You will find two banks in Manzanita, a library, and some very good restaurants.  You will find a wonderful full golf course to enjoy,  Manzanita is eclectic in its one right and you will find this out right away. 

You will certainly find Manzanita lovely, quaint, artistic, and clean. 

If you are adventurous - Manzanita offers the best state park in Oregon.  It's public airstrip is close to it's boat ramp.  So whether you fly in or drive your boat in you can be ready for fun.  Would you rather bring horses?  Bring them on in - there's a horse camp to enjoy with riding trails for you.  Don't have a horse, just want to camp - bring your RV or your tent.  Would you rather bicycle? - You can at Nehalem Bay State park.  Come and enjoy the best coastal park in Oregon while I help you find property in Oregon.

Comments (1)

Anonymous
Rentals in Nehalem, Manzanita area
Hi. I did a search for information on finding rentals in your area and your blog popped up. How does one find information on long term rentals? Which newspapers run classified ads for the Nehalem-Manzanita area? I am looking for a small house -- old and funky would suit me just fine -- ideally two bedrooms, but mostly I'm concerned about location and cost. My son-in-law may be taking a new job in your area and I need to move with my daughter because of my health. But I want my own place. How can I find out what's available? Thank you. Sarah Hoffman, Corvallis OR (hoffmanse at yahoo.com).
Sep 24, 2007 05:29 PM
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