The Active Vacationer's Beach Cabin for Endless Summer Fun

The Active Vacationer's Beach Cabin for Endless Summer Fun

This beautiful "SHAW ISLAND BEACH CABIN" offers up a glimpse of what beach life would be like, in this stunning oceanside location. Shaw Island is the smallest of the four San Juan Islands that is serviced by the Washington State Ferries. The small island has a small year round population of approximately 240. In the summer months weekends find the Island swelling with other residents and the occasional tourist.

This rustic tiny cabin located beachside on Shaw Island, in Washington State, is surrounded by lots of beachgrass and driftwood. The tiny beach shack has amazing ocean views from its front deck and open space living space. The rustic wood that is used on the exterior of the tiny cabin ties in with the look of the landscape, and the metal roof also works well. Inside there are wood floors, and lots of white on the walls, and kitchen cabinets, which have a blue countertop. Outside the wraparound covered patio is the perfect spot where friends and family can spend plenty of time lounging outdoors in this beautiful scenic location and tiny cabin.

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