About this home
This easy living townhome has a downtown location and plenty of great
Versatile layout includes open plan kitchen, dining and living room
for socializing with fireplace for cozying up. Studio downstairs with
full bath gives great flexibility.
Each bedroom boasts it's own private bath, making it ideal for 3
couples or families.
All new stainless appliances and black marble counters add stylish
convenience. Single car garage for secure storage. Short walk to
downtown. Views of Mt Adams and the Columbia from the east side deck.
Just 35 miles to skiing at Mt Hood Meadows. Minutes from windsurfing,
kiteboarding, kayaking, hiking and fishing.
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Please note, if you choose to book with this home, you will be
receiving a separate rental agreement that will need to be
electronically signed before your stay.
The Columbia River Gorge, with its mountains and rivers, offers the
vacationer and recreation enthusiast the opportunity to windsurf,
mountain bike, kayak, golf, ski, hike, fish, or just relax in the
unhurried pace of a natural paradise. Historic buildings line the
beautifully scenic streets of downtown Hood River, with a bustling
shopping district featuring boutiques, designer shops, outdoor
adventure gear outfitters, antique shops, art galleries and no less
than 30 restaurants.
There are many orchards and vineyards in Hood River. The Hood River
Valley is known for its luscious apples, pears, cherries, peaches and
other fruits, and for the view of the majestic snowcapped peak of Mt.
Hood. People from all over Oregon make an annual trek in the fall to
the many farm stands to stock up on fresh apples and pears. Other
produce is available, and varies by season. The award-winning Hood
River Vineyards is located on a hillside overlooking the Hood River
Valley. Their tasting room features traditional wines, and fruit
The Columbia River Gorge, with its magnificent views make this a dream
spot for a destination wedding.
Wind surfing capital of the world is Hood River's latest distinction.
The winds from the Columbia River Gorge, best during the middle of the
day, create ideal conditions for riding the waves. To enjoy the view
of "boardheads" at play, drive to the Columbia Gorge Sailpark or
follow Second Street to the waterfront.
The Mt. Hood region and its more than sixty miles of forested
mountains, 77 waterfalls and myriad lakes and streams are a
rip-roaring mecca for outdoor adventure. The mountain is home to four
ski areas and offers the country's only year-round skiing and
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