Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Mar 5, 2019 6:24:36 AM
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The Oregon Coast is a special place; there’s no doubt about it. Living here means you get to explore miles of beaches all year long and, if you’re lucky, find the occasional glass float on the shore. Keep an eye out for whales and other wildlife—you never know what you’ll see! If you want a change of scenery, just head inland to be surrounded by old-growth trees and lush plant life.

Whether you’re retiring to a coastal village or raising a family in a quiet small town, the Oregon Coast is a place to make memories that will last a lifetime. Romantic sunsets, adventures on the water, and peaceful walks in the woods are just a few of the ways you can spend your time. Of course, every town has its own character, so you can always spend the day exploring the neighboring areas.

A Little Lot in Lincoln City

Listing price: $55,500

Area: 0.17 acres

Location: 2400 NE 36th Drive, Lincoln City, OR

Are you looking for the perfect place to build a cottage? This small lot in Lincoln City could be exactly what you’re seeking. You’ll get peeks at the ocean through the trees and ample shade on this wooded property near Devil’s Lake. Expect to do some clearing, but be sure to keep some of these beautiful trees for privacy. Living on this quiet street gives you the unique opportunity to have both coastal solitude and easy access to all of the amenities you need. Walk to the lake or to the ocean and stop for a coffee along the way.

A Waldport Heights Gem

Listing price: $75,000

Area: 0.55 acres

Location: NE High St., Waldport, OR

Nestled between the Siuslaw National Forest and the Pacific Ocean, this lot in Waldport Heights could be the perfect spot for your new custom home. The site is approved for a septic system pending a stakeout. Some clearing will be necessary, but the lot is level—so extensive site work should not be required. Keep some of the surrounding trees to create a buffer between the neighboring houses and enjoy your own private little coastal home or a larger family home. If you’re an avid boater, take advantage of the nearby marina for easy access to the Alsea River and out to the sea.    

Two Lots in Yachats

Listing price: $85,000 and $105,000

Area: 1.67 acres and 1.85 acres

Location: 4906 and 4926 Hwy. 101 N., Yachats, OR

Two adjacent lots in Yachats are ready to be developed with septic systems, city water, and electricity available at the site. Some clearing has been done on lot 18-1720, so minimal work is required to prepare the land for your new custom home. Lot 18-1724 is also available, so you can expand your property, build a second investment property, or have a place for other family members to live nearby. Just north of Yachats, these wooded lots are quiet and secluded, but close enough to the amenities of the town for maintaining an easy lifestyle. Be sure to get a park pass so you can visit nearby San Marine State Park anytime you like.

A Larger Lot in Yachats

Listing price: $97,500

Area: 2.42 acres

Location: Shorepine Crest St., Yachats, OR

If you’re looking for a little more space to spread out near Yachats, this forested lot to the east of the city could be exactly what you have in mind. With no Homeowner Association (HOA) requirements, you have the freedom to build the custom home that you have been dreaming about. The site has an approval letter for a septic system, and clearing will be required to prepare the land for building. Enjoy easy access to both the Pacific coast and the Siuslaw National Forest from your own private paradise in the woods.

Walk to the Beach in Yachats

Listing price: $120,000

Area: 0.71 acres

Location: NW Spencer St., Yachats, OR

Have you been searching for the ideal vacation rental location or coastal retirement property? This large lot in Yachats has an ocean view and is just a short walk to the sea and the Yachats 804 Trail. The lot shape offers the flexibility of a detached structure, so you can have a second garage, a shop, a studio, or another customized space on your land. The site is approved for a septic system and is not restricted by any HOA requirements or CC&Rs, so you have a lot of freedom in your design choices.

A Schooner Beach Getaway

Listing price: $220,000

Area: 0.69 acres

Location: 171 NW 70th St., Newport, OR

Just north of Newport, you can have a coastal home within walking distance of Schooner Beach. You’ll have not only a view of the ocean but also a scenic lighthouse view to greet you every morning. Build a vacation home to get away from your busy lifestyle in the city. Retire to the beach house you have always wanted. Create a rental property for an extra income stream. The decision is up to you, but you won’t regret this investment. The property is located outside of the floodplain and city sewer, and water is available for an easy site development process.

Enjoy shade trees while you bask on the back patio. Go for an ocean paddle every day without even getting in the car. Bring visitors to the Yaquina Head Lighthouse and explore the surrounding nature walk and marine garden. If you’re a golfer, head down to Agate Beach Golf Course to play a round—just try not to get distracted by the view.

Live in the Woods in Newport

Listing price: $230,000

Area: 7.16 acres

Location: 2820 NE Big Creek Road, Newport, OR

You can have seven acres of land in Newport, just south of Big Creek Reservoir. Walk to the beach or explore the creek that runs through the property. This forested lot has a flat cleared area that is perfect for constructing a new custom home. It also has a spring water system with a concrete tile cistern. The property is in a timber conservation zone, so some research may be required about permitting and property use.   

Oceanfront in Depoe Bay

Listing price: $600,000

Area: 1.41 acres

Location: 301 US-101, Depoe Bay, OR

This is a rare opportunity to secure a large, flat oceanfront lot in Depoe Bay. Spectacular views of the beach will greet you every day, and you don’t need to go on a tour to get a glimpse of the whales passing by. Of course, if you want to change your perspective, you can always stroll over to Boiler Bay State Scenic Viewpoint to watch the waves crashing in. This deep lot allows you to build your dream home off the road for ultimate privacy and peacefulness. Whether you are finally ready to invest your retirement savings or want to build a home that will stay in the family for generations, it’s difficult to find a better opportunity in the Depoe Bay area.

Adair Homes has been building on the Oregon Coast for decades, and we’re here to help you navigate the process, even if you have never built a home before. Visit our branch office in Lincoln City to discuss your options. We’ll help you decide which floor plan is right for you based on the land purchase price, the estimated cost to do site development, and the features you want. Whether you’re looking for a small retirement property that is easy to maintain or a large home that can accommodate the entire family, we have options for you. Schedule an appointment to learn more about the Adair Homes process and how we can help you get more house for your money.

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Topics: Custom home Oregon, Land