Portland Oregon Waterfront Home

The Benefits of Owning a Waterfront Luxury Home – Terrie Cox, RE/MAX Equity Group

When you own a luxury home along the water’s edge in Portland, OR or Vancouver, WA, you can enjoy the benefits that only a waterfront property can offer. From spending time on the water in your own backyard to savoring the stunning views from inside your home, here are the advantages of owning a waterfront property.

Easy Access To Water Activities

Whether you’re an avid angler or a dedicated kayaker, you’re only seconds away from your favorite watersports when you own a waterfront luxury home. With a private boat dock on your own property, you’ll always have easy access to the water for sailing, boating, wakeboarding, water skiing and other recreational activities.

Having private boat mooring in your own backyard also means that you won’t have to tow your watercraft to a marina or pay docking expenses. The only thing standing between you and the water after a long day, on the weekends or on a day off is your own backyard.

Unparalleled Views

When you’re not spending time on the water, you can enjoy the fresh air and stellar views of your waterfront property. Oftentimes, homes along the shore offer added privacy, as well as less traffic noise, so you can relax in a quiet, secluded environment away from the hustle and bustle of urban life.

Living on the water’s edge also means that no two days ever look the same, from the ever-changing seasons to the varying weather conditions. Catch a glimpse of the local Pacific Northwest wildlife from inside your luxury home, or take in clear views of the sunrises and sunsets from your outdoor living space.

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Specializing in luxury homes in Portland and Vancouver, Terrie Cox is a World-Ranked RE/MAX Realtor with leading expertise in the luxury real estate market. If you’re looking for a luxury waterfront property along Lacamas Lake, Lake Oswego, the Willamette River or the Columbia River, contact Terrie Cox today.

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