verlook the waves, with panoramic views of the ocean, from this stunning beach house. Lycan House is oceanfront and perfect for both a romantic getaway or a family vacation. This vacation home is literally on the beach - a notable feature of Moclips that you'll be hard-pressed to find elsewhere on the Washington coast. Watch the sun set over the beach, take in the fresh ocean air, and enjoy the sound of waves crashing on the Pacific Ocean from the ocean view deck. This lot is not just oceanfront, but also private to the north as well as it is the most northerly lot on the beach. Very private.
This house is named after one of the great men in Moclips history, Dr Edward Lycan. Moclips was a health and vacation resort 100 years ago, receiving up to 5000 visitors each weekend from Seattle. Dr Lycan had a vision for the town and built, in 1905, a 270 room magnificent beachfront hotel. Due to the strong tides and storms that Moclips receives, the hotel was destroyed during such a storm in 1911 and never rebuilt. Lycan house today is built on the site of the northern wing of the original Moclips Hotel. The grandfathered zoning that allows houses to be built so close to the sea is a tribute to those that built in the past, but today, being so close to the sea, we build up on stilts to guard against such storms.
Moclips is a small coastal town in Washington
bordering the Quinault Indian Nation. Vacation activities revolve
around this quiet open beach such as sunbathing, beachcombing,
campfires, beachside dining, exploring the coastline, sailing, surfing,
fishing and taking in the beautiful scenery.
A 2400 sq ft elevated four bedroom 3 1/2 bath home has been be built with private hot tub. The house has unsurpassed views on the beach and also features a games room with ping pong and foosball.
Lycan House has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The upstairs master with a king bed has great ocean views. The second bedroom upstairs features a queen bed plus twi bunks. Downstairs there is a lower level master bedroom with second bedroom of two sets of bunks, sleeping four. The house can comfortably sleep two families. There are four TV's in the house and wifi as well.
Moclips summers are typically dry and warm.
July, August and September are the warmest months averaging 75 degrees.
Winter months are mild and relatively wet. Storms over Moclips beach
are spectacular to watch and the incomparable sunsets will keep you
coming back year after year.