“A home with a unique viewpoint is coming into focus on the Oregon coast” that’s what Realtor.com says when referring to 41900 Horizon View.
The 7,442-square-foot home, with its own lighthouse, sits on almost 26 acres along the Pacific Ocean in Cloverdale, OR. The stunning property is listed for $10 million.
“The Oregon coast is beautiful and rugged—they call it the wilderness coast, and it’s exceptional in its beauty,” says Brian Ladd with Cascade Hasson Sotheby’s International Realty. He is co-listing the property with Josh Reed. “I think what’s so iconic about this property is the setting.”
Indeed, the natural backdrop certainly takes center stage.
The four-bedroom retreat sits high on a peninsula. It is surrounded by ocean views on one side, vistas of the Nestucca River, and farmland in all other directions.
“The way it’s situated up on this bluff, you’ve got the Pacific Ocean with beautiful cliffs down below and big waves rolling in,” Ladd says. “You’re looking down at the whales that go by.”
The 46-foot-tall lighthouse-like structure has never been operational. It’s just a cool element to the property, designed in 1996. The lighthouse was envisioned as an anchor to the house, Ladd explains.
“The architect really drew homage to what this type of property would be because of its prominence,” he says. “We have lighthouses up and down the Oregon coast, and generally, they are positioned on pieces of land that jut out into the ocean like this, because they were visible to boats.”
The home’s lighthouse is essentially a viewing tower with an elaborate spiral staircase.
A 900-square-foot caretaker’s apartment sits above the garage, and there’s a 1,200-square-foot guesthouse, which sits closer to the ocean, near the trees.
“It just feels like you’re hidden away,” Ladd notes. “While the main house is more dramatic, with views of the ocean and up and down the coast, this one is more secluded. You’re down in the trees, and it’s really just a beautiful, quiet spot to be in.”
A boathouse with a winch allows for river and ocean access.
Ladd says the buyer will probably be someone looking for a legacy property—a home a family will cherish for years to come.
“I’ve never seen something come together that is, for lack of a better term, iconic and irreplaceable,” he says. “I think it’s likely that we’re going to get someone that is creating a family, multigenerational estate to weave into their family history.”
Thank you, Realtor.com, for providing this article featuring our listing at 41900 Horizon View. View listing here.