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Carefree Coastal Living

 We're thrilled to see KOHO prominently featured in Oregon Coast magazine

"If you're looking for an investment that offers views and amenities — but not a lot of upkeep — consider purchasing a property managed by a homeowner's association . . . the KOHO community in Yachats is a group of 30 individual homes designed by David Rieseck. All share a clubhouse and an HOA that covers maintenance of the home's exterior." 

That's us! All the perks of beach life — with freedom from worry & chores. 



Vogue magazine loves Yachats!

Splendor of the surf. Photo by Mona Gable.On the beach at Koho. Photo by Mona Gable.Vogue took a tour of the Oregon Coast, and discovered the beauty and charm of Yachats:

"Beloved by Oregonians, Yachats is aptly called the gem of the Oregon coast. With barely 1,000 residents, the town has an intimate, friendly vibe . . . Yachats is also home to perhaps the most dramatic natural scenery on the coast: the towering Siuslaw National Forest and the jagged volcanic Pacific shore."

Read full story here.



Yachats named 'Best Place To Escape To' 

From quaint small towns to quiet nature preserves, Expedia has chosen the best places in each state to escape the clamor of everyday stress. In Oregon, Expedia chose Yachats! 

"Between the Pacific Ocean and the Siuslaw National Forest, this small village is full of wonderful things to do. From forest paths to tide pools, nature beckons with a bounty of beauty. River meets ocean at Yachats State Recreation Area, and the scenic overlook offers impressive views." 

Expedia is one of the world’s leading full-service online travel brands.

To read the feature, go here


Yachats: "Cool Coastal Town"

"A tranquil village a world away from the hubbub of the city, wonderfully unto itself."  

Yachats and the KOHO neighborhood are prominently featured in the August/September 2017 issue of Oregon Coast magazine. 

"Visitors and residents are drawn to the stunning views, the opportunity to walk to the 804 trails (that parallels the ocean and leads to a seven-mile-long sandy beach), the interesting array of cultural activities (surprising for such a small town), great library (another surprise), and strong sense of community," writes editor Rosemary Camozzi. "Recreational opportunities include hiking, kayaking, and fishing, and Yachats boasts three art galleries and a multitude of performing arts and festivals." 

"Yachats continues to be the hidden gem of the Oregon Coast."



Yachats: A Top Pick (again & again) 

The secret is out! Portland Monthly magazine has recognized the beauty of Yachats:

10 Essential Oregon Beaches
White sand, wild surf, and yes, even warm sun: the height of summer is prime time to explore Oregon's beloved, rugged, completely public cost. These superlative beaches top our list:

Stonefield Beach in Yachats

"It’s easy to miss this pocket beach a jig south of Yachats’s tied-arch bridge over Tenmile Creek. But nab one of the few parking spots at tiny Stonefield Beach State Recreation Site and your beach towel snap might come with the extra satisfaction of having this secluded driftwood-and pebble-ringed beach to yourself. Time it right, and not even the hum of Highway 101 traffic, surprisingly well muffled by a thick fringe of salal, will intrude on a late afternoon of beach reading alchemized by a glorious champagne sunset."

5 Idyllic Destinations


"A beach trail wends right below the private balconies at Yachats’s cozy Fireside Motel. (Do spring for an ocean-view room.) A mile south on the town’s main drag, the fare at quirky Yachats Brewing and Farmstore is next-level homestead: beer-brined chops, tangy sourdough, house-fermented veg. If romance is the plan, consider extending your trip south of Yachats at Heceta Head Lighthouse—the historic light keeper’s house now operates as a bed-and-breakfast."