for 2 nights
(except summer & holidays)
$4,215 for 3 day holiday weekends
each additional night
Water Rationing Alert
2 Dipsea Rd.
415 868-1168 Fax
We look forward to assisting you in your needs!
Entry to Las Olas from street
“Las Olas” (the waves), one of the most recognized houses in Seadrift is a masterpiece of glass, wood & shingles. 5 bedroom, 3 bath beach house with unobstructed ocean views. Master, living & dining rooms with spectacular views of the ocean and beyond. Watch the stars and lights of San Francisco from the window seat in the living room. Attached to the main part of the house, without an interior door are an additional 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Very private interior courtyard with Mt Tam views.
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- Sleeps 10
- 1 King, 1 Queen, 4 Twins, 1 Set of Bunk Beds
- 2 TVs with DVD & Cable
- Well Equipped Kitchen
- Wireless Broadband Internet
- Wood Burning Fireplace
- Linens, Towels & Beach Towels
- Outdoor Furniture
- Propane BBQ
For more information on this home, please contact
Seadrift Realty at 415.868.1791 • 2
Dipsea Rd., Stinson Beach, CA 94970
RENTAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
One week minimum during Summer (June 19-September 11, 2015) and all holidays including Easter, 4th of July, Thanksgiving, XMAS, and New Years. Two night minimum the rest of the year. Three-day holiday weekends include MLK, Presidents, Memorial, Labor, and Columbus Days and require 3 night minimum. Please note that
prices quoted include cleaning upon departure but do not include the ten per cent tax the County of Marin puts on stays
of 31 days or less.
Prices and amenities are subject to change without notice.
WATER RATIONING ALERT
Due to the ongoing drought situation, we are on voluntary water rationing. Please contact our office with further details or questions.
Living room with ocen views and dining in background
Oceanfront master with king
Bedroom with queen
Bedroom with 2 twins
Bedroom with built-in off-set bunks
5th bedroom with 2 twins
Glassed in Oceanside dining
Enclosed front courtyard
Ocean view with surfers in the background