We are beyond lucky to have this beautiful 20-acre piece of land in Hoquiam, WA. The Hoquiam River cuts it (almost) in half diagonally and wildlife abounds. Scores of Roosevelt elk have migrated Read more...
We are beyond lucky to have this beautiful 20-acre piece of land in Hoquiam, WA. The Hoquiam River cuts it (almost) in half diagonally and wildlife abounds. Scores of Roosevelt elk have migrated through and it's not uncommon for us to look up from the dishes in the kitchen sink to see a deer (or several) looking right in at us. Last summer we had at least one family of Stellars' Jays living in one of our frontmost trees.
Our property is secluded without being remote and is only 20 minutes to town. While it is mostly wooded with several winding footpaths, the clearing just behind the house makes for incredible stargazing, grilling and chilling and depending the season, only takes a short stroll to come up with a handful or two of berries or mushrooms.
Walking through the woods, you will experience massive Sitka Spruce, Western Red Cedars and Western Hemlock trees, Holly bushes and berries of all sorts. A short hike will bring you through multiple "microclimates" throughout the property. Amongst all this natural beauty are several ideal primitive campsites to pitch a tent or hang a hammock and enjoy the sounds of the babbling river and birds. We also have one RV hookup next to our home available for use.
A chef and a baker, we moved to the PNW from the Bay Area with the hopes of growing the specialty produce and other high quality ingredients we have been fortunate to work with and help bring the farm-to-table vibe up north.