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Trinidad Bay Vacation Rentals
Property Code: Moonstone Vista
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Moonstone Vista is a stunning three-story home located in Trinidad, perched on top of a vista which offers exquisite views from all directions. Amazing sunsets will awaken your senses and put you in that relaxed state of being we all yearn for while on vacation. It's easy to forget your worries when you step into this beautiful, modern farmhouse which is accented with vertical grain cedar throughout. Gorgeous hardwood floors keep the home tidy and fresh. Solar power and radiant heat make this house energy effiecent and comfortable year round.
Trinidad Beauty sits on a little less than an acre, which provides plenty of space for children to run and play in the fenced in yard. The huge yard offers endless possibilities for the active family to play soccer, volleyball, badminton or other games. Enjoy relaxing on the covered, wrap around porch or sitting next to the cozy fire pit snuggled up, making smores and watching the beautiful North Coast sunsets. Children enjoy the sturdy outside playground with monkey bars, three swings and a slide. There is also plenty of opportunity for kids to play hide and seek on this spacious property with a custom built tree house. The expansive cement driveway has a basketball hoop and ample room for parking. RV parking is a bonus that is included at Trinidad Beauty.
Trinidad Beauty boasts high ceilings and incredible views of our local redwood trees and Pacific Ocean. There is plenty of room for entertaining the whole family with a large dining table that can fit up to ten. The cozy living room with a large leather sofa is perfect for entertaining, playing games, or just relaxing and watching your favorite shows. The spacious upstairs has three bedrooms. Each guest will enjoy the privacy of their own ensuite bathroom. From the master suite you can sip your morning coffee while enjoying beautiful ocean views and watching a variety of native birds fly by. A large soaking tub will melt your worries away. Abundant closet space is also available for your clothes and other belongings. Also located on the second floor is a guest room with its own full bathroom. This room has one full bed and one twin bed with a walk-in closet. The third floor has one bedroom with its own full bathroom as well and a twin and full bed also equipped with two small walk in-closets. Guests will enjoy the privacy that each bedroom offers. The kitchen is fully stocked with amenities and has plenty of room for you to cook up the days catch or the abundance of local vegetables, breads, or seafoods that you can pick up from the Farmers Market. The brand new stainless steel refrigerator, dishwasher and a gas stove make this kitchen a chef's dream. Your family will enjoy making memories that will last a lifetime at Moonstne Vista.
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Trinidad is a seaside city in Humboldt County, located on the Pacific Ocean 8 miles (13 km) north of the Arcata-Eureka Airport and 15 miles (24 km) north of the college town of Arcata. Situated directly above its own North Coast harbor, one of California's smallest incorporated cities by population (367 residents in 2010, up from 311 residents in 2000) is noted for its spectacular coastline with ten public beaches and offshore rocks. These rocks are part of the California Coastal National Monument of which Trinidad is a Gateway City. Fishing operations related to Trinidad Harbor are vital to both local tourism and commercial fishery interests in the region. Trinidad lies at an elevation of 174 feet (53 m).
Yurok Indians settled the bluffs over the bay before 1700 AD at the village of Tsurai. The first European sighting of Trinidad Harbor was by the Portuguese navigator Sebastian Rodriguez Cermeño, who did not make landfall. The next visit was by Bruno de Heceta and Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra of the Spanish Navy. Their two ships anchored in Trinidad Bay on June 9, 1775. On June 11, which was Trinity Sunday, a formal act of possession was conducted. The area was named "la Santisima Trinidad".
Settlers arrived on the James R. Whitting in 1850 and founded the town, renamed Warnersville in honor of R.V. Warner, one of the settlers. The first post office opened in Trinidad in 1851.