If you have a question that isn’t answered here, you may email us and we will find an answer for you as quickly as possible.

Are utilities in?

Yes. Cabot Run is in the Seal Rock Water District, Central Lincoln People’s Utility District has provided power to the boundary of each lot, and Pioneer Telephone offers phone and internet service. Each lot has been septic approved.

Are there roads?

Yes, Bracken Drive and Bracken Way are both paved.

Why isn’t there an HOA?

The developers and the first residents felt that some basic CCRs were enough, and that if any of the rules needed enforcement, owners would be able to deal with that without being weighed down by an HOA. There is no common area, so there is no need for HOA fees.

How do I get to the beach.

Lost Creek Wayside, a state park, is right across Highway 101 from SE 130th Street, the main access road to Cabot Run.

Can I put a mobile home on my lot?

No. That is one of the few restrictions in the CCRs. Technically referred to as “manufactured homes” built to HUD standards, these are not allowed in Cabot Run. But prefabricated homes built offsite to local building code standards (essentially “stick-built”) are OK.

Do I have to build my house right away?

No, you may hold the lot before you build.

Can you help me find a builder?

Yes. Our sister development in Newport, the Wilder community, has a number of builders who are experienced at building custom homes for coastal climates. Our Realtor can assist with a referral.

Is there architectural review?

No, there is no architectural review of homes in Cabot Run.

Can I subdivide my lot?

No. But if you are looking for a smaller lot in more of a village setting, you might want to look into our Wilder development: www.wildernewport.com.

Where did the name “Cabot Run” come from?

Our dog of dogs, a Lab-Chesapeake named Cabot, used to take great joy in bounding around the property in the days when it was still a pristine coastal forest. Thus the dog logo and photos you will see on various signs.