|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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Many of the first homes built at Irish Beach were designed by Berkeley architect, George Klett. Such is the Barlow house, understated and elegant. It sits directly above the ocean, in the bluffs that wind along the beach. The surf roars and pounds on the rocks below. The living spaces are large and open, distinguished by high drop cross beam ceilings and a long row of higher windows which add more light to the already plentifully windowed living and dining room. The kitchen, fireplace and entry are all terracotta tile, which added to the redwood, are warmly enveloping. The large master bedroom is upstairs and the guest rooms and entertainment center with its own woodburning stove are downstairs. There is a TV in the main living area upstairs, as well as, downstairs. There is a newly installed downstairs half bath. The hot tub is nestled behind L shaped glass walls that provide wind and view protection. Please be aware that the spa jets are weak because the tub is dated. The large front porch/deck with the lovely landscaping is perfect for mid-day lounging.
This home DOES NOT provide any free unlimited long distance calling. Please plan accordingly.