Bryn Morgan---Hill of the Sea Dweller-is a lovely 3-bedroom home perched on a gentle hill with a whitewater view. of the Pacific Ocean Listen to the sounds of the ocean and watch the brilliant star-filled sky from the hot-tub. This spacious, comfortable 3-bedroom home easily sleeps seven guests. Sit on the decks and enjoy the ocean view. Watch the Grey Whales migrate right past the kitchen window. Osprey soar overhead--watch closely you may see a fish in their claws. Wild turkey, deer and a wide variety of wild-life pass by the deck. Enjoy the warmth and ocean-view from the sun-room. Play the grand piano and enjoy this amply furnished home that provides a high level of comfort and amenities for the visitors. The light streams in the many floor-to-ceiling south-facing windows playing off the rich redwood paneled walls. The library boasts a full compliment of reading materials to enjoy as you snuggle up in front of the wood-burning fireplace. The quiet and sense of solace is unparalleled.
The area of the Mendocino Coast is rife with activities for the visitor. Whether it is fine dining, museums, art galleries, music, entertainment, wine tasting or a vast array of outdoor activities...you are bound to find unmatched experiences awaiting you here. The owner will provide a directory of the little-known and hard to find treasures on this coast. Take a short walk to the bluff overlooking the ocean. The route to the blow-hole in neighboring Russian Gulch State Park is less than a mile round trip. The hearty visitor will enjoy a seven-mile hike to the water fall in Russian Gulch State Park. There are two beaches within a mile in either direction. You can visit the lovely village of Mendocino just 1.5 miles to the south or Fort Bragg six miles north. The area offers a full array of visitor pleasures from rides on the historical Skunk Train to a delightful afternoon swimming, splashing and tubing through running-river at the brand new 40,000 square foot indoor water park in Fort Bragg. Ride the water slide at this unbelievable facility--the C.V. Starr Community Center. There are nearby rivers for swimming, kayak and canoe tours and rentals on the Big and Navarro Rivers and in the Pacific. Bring or rent bikes and explore Big River State Park just 1.5 miles to the south. The list goes on