Floor plans of Sea Ranch Abalone Bay
Updated Floor plans in 2D and 3D of Sea Ranch Abalone Bay are in process.
View our previous floor plans to help you decide if our Sea Ranch vacation home will be a good fit for you. We also include an interactive set of plans below. Just click the circles to see actual views of the house.
We want to help you make certain that our home will not only be the right location but also meet the architectural requirements you may have. These could include issues with accessibility and space, as well as oceanview expectations.
Since our home was designed and built as a private residence, it is not completely wheelchair accessible. There are no ramps to the decks nor down to the 2 steps into the living room or the 1 step into the game room.
The turning radius into the en suite bathroom is insufficient for a person in a wheelchair. The Roman tub has three steps to the base. Handrails are provided on either side. A teak bench in the shower stall provides seating.
The two guest rooms have unobstructed views of the ocean, bluff trail, and coastal meadow.
The principal bedroom opens to a deck landing with stairs leading directly to the the courtyard and hot tub. Above the bed is a skylight. Both skylight and sliding door have built-in shades to keep the rising sun’s early morning light out for when you sleep in. With a touch of the wall controls, the skylight window’s shades open and close. Another control panel opens the skylight to allow fresh air and sky views, including the burst of starlight for which Sea Ranch is famous.
Living Room, Kitchen, Dining Room Views
The living room provides unobstructed white water views with its three south-facing and western facing picture window panels.
Low countertop walls in the kitchen allow direct viewing of the ocean through the living room windows. The kitchen’s windows and sliding glass door show views of the courtyard and beyond the fence to the ocean.
The dining room allows viewing through the living room and two twenty-foot tall windows to the west of the house. For those guests seated at the dinner table with their backs to the windows, a large landscape mirror reflects the views.
Guest Room View
The guest room’s west-facing window offers views across to the ocean bluff trail and the seas beyond. In summer, enjoy sunsets to the northwest as it dips below the trees. Skylights on the east wall provided added sunlight.
2D Floor Plans
Above in the 2D Floor plans the top (living room) faces south, south-east. The left side (master bedroom, kitchen, and entryway) faces east. The right side (dining area and two guest rooms) faces west.
The Hall Bathroom is located between the first two bedrooms. The entryway door is wide enough for a walker. The tub has a sliding glass door enclosure. The tub also has a safety bar on the wall. We provide non-slip mats located under the sink for your use.
The entryway to Master En-Suite Bathroom is a short hallway between the storage closet and bathroom. While a walker will fit, the turning radius for a wheelchair will be tight. We also provide non-slip mats located under the sink for your use. The Roman Tub has three steps to the bottom with safety rails on either side of the wall. There is a teak wood stool with adjustable legs available for seating.
There are a few steps in the house that individuals with physical disabilities may want to take note:
- Outside entry gate to entry deck
- From the Garage door to the front door there is 1 step
- Doorway threshold is level
- Exit to garage-laundry room – one step
- En-Suit Bath – 3 steps in Roman Tub
- Dining Room/Living Room – 2 steps, no handrails. However, the wall on the left side may be used for stability
- Living Room Exit to outside deck- small threshold
- Master Bedroom Exit to the kitchen- there is a low lipped threshold for the sliding glass door
- Kitchen Exit to outside deck- 1 deep step
- Deck to garden area at entryway – 3 steps, no handrail
- Deck to garden area at living room/kitchen area- 1 step
- Principal bedroom Deck to courtyard and garden 3 steps
- Garden pavers -uneven pathways
- Exit to the oceanfront bluff trail – 3 steps no handrail, however, the wall on the right side may be used to stabilize for balance
Please note that, while flat, the pathway from Sea Ranch Abalone Bay to the bluff trail is very uneven as is the trail itself. There are many mole and gopher holes that you should look out for and avoid stepping in when walking the trails.
3D Floor Plans
You’ll find three 3D views of Sea Ranch Abalone Bay below, including one with interactive photos.
Explore Sea Ranch Oceanfront Abalone Bay:
Interactive 3D Birdsview
Click on the 3D floor plan below to access the interactive spots. When you hover your cursor over the spots you will view actual photos of the space. By clicking again on the photo it will open up larger.