Why do we love the Cannon Beach area?
Cannon Beach is a one of a kind location. A visual inspiration, from Silver Point to Haystack Rock. With miles of singing sands and one of the most photographed views in Oregon from the beautiful Tillamook headland, Ecola park and Indian Beach are not to be missed.
Cannon Beach enjoys surf culture, deep roots in art and architecture as well as year round festivals and activities. Dining destinations such as Evoo to the Farmers Market and the famed Stormy Weather Festival are well known. Horseback riding, miles of hiking, dining and extensive shopping in many of the local boutiques abound.
Cannon Beach is located west of Portland about and hour and a half. Twenty minutes north of Manzanita and ten minutes north of Arch Cape.
Where to Stay in Cannon Beach?
Cannon Beach offers a full range of accommodations from camping in midtown at the historical Wright’s for Camping or stay in a cabin and go horseback riding at The Sea Ranch on the north end. Looking for something a bit more refined? Cannon Beach also offers accommodations that feature renowned chefs and ocean front four star spa retreats from luxury inns such as The Stephanie and the The Hallmark.
Prefer to rent a home? We have a complete page of listings for you to consider if you favor a touch of the local life. Cannon Beach Vacation Rentals Page.
Why Visit Cannon Beach?
Cannon Beach has a culture all its own on the Oregon Coast. Cannon Beach has no rival when it comes to dining and shopping. 25 Restaurants, Cafe’s, Bistros, Coffee Shops, Pubs, Micro Breweries, Wineries, and Bars all grace the streets of town. For a town whose population is less than 1800, and with a city ordinance that does not allow any chains or franchises, you know you will find an experience that suits your taste. From the Cannon Beach Distillery to Pizza a’Fetta, you won’t be disappointed.
Considering a new art piece? Cannon Beach offers 20 art galleries from local favorites Icefire Glass Works and NW legendary seascape painter Jeffery Hull. Don’t miss the iconic White Bird Gallery and the Cannon Beach Arts Association Gallery. There is enough gallery perusing to fill many a weekend getaway.
Cannon Beach has been an outdoor enthusiast staging grounds for decades. Horseback riding, surfing, beach walking, miles and miles of headland hiking, dog friendly walking and more. With the location being bordered by the Tillamook Headland and Conservation Watersheds there is plenty of space to spend your days exploring.
For day trips from Cannon Beach, Oswald West State park is 15 miles south and is a very popular surfing beach. To the north is Ecola State park and Indian beach. Very popular with families, picnickers and hikers. East of town, the conservation area watershed has some beautiful hiking trails too.
What is the size of the beach and population of Cannon Beach?
Cannon Beach is about three and a half miles long from the north end beach to Silver point. The 2016 population reported to be 1,705. Cannon Beach was traditionally mostly a summer community with the majority of homes and hotels occupied during the prime summer months. However, with all of the festivals and restaurants, the trend has been toward a much more year round community in the last 15 years.
Cannon Beach Market Trends 8/06/20
For those of you who are new to Cannon Beach, Meadow and I provide an annual report of statistics. For the last eight years Meadow has been working out of the Cascade Sotheby’s offices and I have assisted her business development and marketing for the last six.
Meadow was born and raised in Cannon Beach and her family has owned property here since the 1940’s. We work in Cannon Beach, Arch Cape, Cove Beach, Neahkahnie and Manzanita. The data that we are providing you are directly from our MLS system. We hope you find the information useful.
The total number of Cannon Beach homes listed for sale in the last 12 months were 85 rounding out July. The total number of Cannon Beach homes sold was 72 in the last 12 months. Total active Cannon Beach homes for sale are currently 27. the Average Sold Price for a Cannon Beach home was $643,177 and the Median Cannon Beach Home Price was $490,000.
The maximum price for a Cannon Beach home for sale was $2,195,000 and the lowest was 58K.
Lastly, Cannon Beach has a very low inventory this summer. Demand is strong. We are selling a lot of homes off market to clients that have informed us of their needs. If you are looking for something particular, you need to give us a call.
If you are considering listing, your Cannon Beach realtor choice is important.
Meadow Davis was the #1 volume Realtor in 2019 from Cannon Beach to Manzanita. Not an insignificant achievement. Meadow was also rated the top North Oregon Coast Broker by Newsweek magazine which you can read about in our blog.
If you are looking for sales and marketing expertise in this market, we want to work for you. We offer exceptional services and marketing strategy backed by measurable metrics which we would be very happy to discuss with you. We are the only team to offer full services, all inclusive. Have a look at our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter feeds (@MeadowandCorey), and over 120 properties we have sold using video tours. It’s just a sample of the extra effort we take to draw attention to every property we market. We look forward to meeting you and discussing your real estate goals.
Looking for real estate? Interested in buyer or seller representation? Meadow and I are interested in speaking with you.