Cannon Beach on the west side of highway 101 is where the action is. On the North end of town on the beach is the Chapman Point development, the most luxurious development in Cannon. North of Ecola Creek and below Chapman Point are The Breakers condominiums that are also right on the beach, many all with beautiful views of the Pacific. The entrance to Ecola State Park is also on the north end of town.
Downtown and the Presidential Streets Neighborhood are the busiest part of town and it’s easy to see why. The beach, shopping, bars, microbreweries and restaurants are all within easy walking distance. Many families have held onto their homes here for generations.
Midtown is the area nearest the famed Haystack Rock. Once a sleepy part of town, it now bustles with restaurants, hotels, bars, galleries and the iconic Sleepy Monk Coffee Shop that has become a local institution.
Tolovana, south of Midtown to Silver Point at the far south end of Cannon Beach, is a quieter portion of town. Mostly residential, a small business center featuring a bakery, pizza, the Warren House Pub and a newer grocery make Tolovana a friendly walkable place to live.
Arcadia to Hug Point are also included in this search area. Arcadia has a small, very private neighborhood right on the beachfront. The seclusion and lack of access pushes residential home prices in Arcadia above even the most exclusive properties in Cannon Beach proper. Detailed home listings, sales data and resident demographics for Cannon Beach West are below. Call us directly for more information.