The home was built in 1909 by the Nordby family, who sold it in 1962 to the owner from whom the current sellers purchased. A complete restoration remodel was started in 2001 and finished in 2007, which included adding the 2055 SF Carriage house, a 3 car garage, and restoring or replicating the home’s original period details.
Some of the woodwork, interior doors and ornate windows were imported from homesteads around the US, refurbished and installed to maintain the charm and details of its’ original era. Warm Brazilian hardwoods overlaying radiant floor heat enrich this historic treasure with modern day comforts. The kitchen includes ample cabinetry, solid slab counters, and the high-end name brands that are expected with luxury homes. The Cedar Cove Inn was opened in 2007 to share the lavish warm environment to travelers from around the world. This home is currently being operated as the Cedar Cove Inn Bed & Breakfast. The Cedar Cove Inn’s name originated from that of a book series written by local author Debbie Macomber. The hallmark channel ran a 3 year series (Cedar Cove) which also popularized the town of Port Orchard and the Cedar Cove Inn. Additional UsesBecause the property is zoned residential, it may also be utilized as a primary residence (or second vacationing home) with an accessory dwelling unit which can be used for on-site management, extra living quarters for family or guests, an au pair, or any other need for separate living space. The home is said to be within Port Orchard’s downtown overlay district which avails other potential business uses (subject to verification and authorization by the regulating municipality). Bring your dream and we will work on making it come true.Cedar Cove Manor is now offered for sale in search of its’ next owners who are warmly invited to relish in its’ ultra fine craftsmanship that only a complete labor of love can create. $1,595,00,000 (furnishings also for sale but not included in price)
228 Seattle Ave, Port Orchard, Washington
8 bedrooms, 9 baths