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Inspired by nature
Built with good sense

Blending common sense with sustainability, each home is built with with U.S. and locally sourced materials. Natural materials abound — ceramic tile floors, polished stone countertops, masonry fireplaces, solid oak floors and hemlock trim. Add to that, energy efficient appliances, windows, lighting and heating systems. Together, these carefully chosen finishes create elegant, stylish homes of durable craftsmanship.

KOHO Style

The Pacific Northwest inspiration is drawn from nature's rich hues: the deep center of a cedar, light on a curling wave, moss on a weathered sitka. In the comfort of nature's most familiar objects, beauty begins.

Nurturing Natives

True to the lushness of the Pacific Northwest,  KOHO blooms with native salal, myrtle and lavender. These indigenous, low-maintenance plants allow residents to skip chores and focus on what really matters: the mighty Pacific Ocean just beyond your front door.

Stone and Cedar

Utilizing local materials, KOHO blends the warmth of colorful glass and neutrals with the strength and elegance of natural stone.

Natural Beauty

With strong roof lines, generous eaves, and an emphasis on natural light, KOHO is an extension of the natural beauty that surrounds.


Perfect Pairings

Picture windows, paired with white oak floors, catch the glimmer of seaside light.

Reduce, Recycle, Re-use

KOHO believes in and builds by the ethos of good, practical, sustainable construction.

Oceanfront Comfort

Tucked between the Pacific Ocean and the Yachats River Bay, the homes at KOHO offer fantastic water views, and open floor plans for both stylish and relaxed seaside comfort.