The Reserve at Gearhart Takes Shape - A Premiere Oregon Coast Home Site Development Underway between Astoria and Cannon Beach

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The Reserve at Gearhart is nearly finished. This premiere home site, located two blocks from Oregon's historic coastline has its roads paved, utilities in, and the community mail cottage is in the final stages of completion. The Reserve at Gearhart is located between Astoria and Cannon Beach. Long known for its reputation as a quality coastal summer destination for the Portland area, Gearhart is an Oregon equivalent to Carmel or Martha's Vineyard. The refined, quiet quality of life here is enhanced by easy access to the activities and excitement of Seaside and Cannon Beach.

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Take a drive through and walk the lots in this amazing new development

The Reserve at Gearhart is nearly finished. This premiere home site, located two blocks from Oregon's historic coastline has its roads paved, utilities in, and the community mail cottage is in the final stages of completion.

Stunning period style street lamps and decorative trees are scheduled for installation in late May.

"Take a drive through and walk the lots in this amazing new development" said Jeff Howard, Managing Member. "This is probably the last of its kind in the City of Gearhart."

The Reserve at Gearhart is located on the Northern Oregon coast between Astoria and Cannon Beach. Long known for its reputation as a quality coastal summer destination for the Portland area, Gearhart is an Oregon equivalent to Carmel or Martha's Vineyard. The refined, quiet quality of life here is enhanced by easy access to the activities and excitement of Seaside and Cannon Beach.

Excellent golf, sport fishing, beaches, parks and outdoor adventures are all within close proximity to these estate size home sites. The 130 individual lots range from 10,000 to well over 20,000 square feet, many with golf course or open space frontage. Prices range from $275,000 to the mid $400s.

The original property of approximately 89 acres was separated in support of the North Coast Land Conservancy; 39 acres was dedicated as habitat for the Oregon Silverspot Butterfly in a continuing effort to restore the butterfly population to the area. Many lots are adjacent to this natural area with Neacoxie Creek in the background. The remaining acreage is The Reserve at Gearhart.

For more information about this new development, please visit: http://www.reserveatgearhart.com.

For further information regarding The Reserve at Gearhart, please contact:
Christopher Stewart
Public Relations Director
http://www.fish-marketing.com

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