Famed real estate guru and Shark Tank investor Barbara Corcoran wrote this in her book, Nextville: “Bandon is one of the last unspoiled and undiscovered coastal villages out West.” We agree.
The characteristic making Bandon special for most people is a refreshing sense of possibility for a lifestyle with greater peace of mind. There’s a connection with Nature that calls elemental senses to the forefront, prompting a reevaluation of what’s truly important.
Most of you reading this have exciting, demanding, successful lives, and ones therefore inevitably filled with a measure of stress. Bandon can be a retreat for you — an escape — from the cosmopolitan modernity of an overly complex, high-tech life with too many connections seeking immediate attention.
We live in a world that makes insistent, chaotic demands, and Bandon offers the opportunity to transform to an environment where time and space exist in a pleasing balance.
Possibly you’d like a quiet moment to feel in touch … with yourself, loved ones … at peace, to enjoy a spectacular sunset, for example. And that’s why people choose Bandon. Here, urgencies of the moment imposed by the outside are sequestered away (at least temporarily).
There’s a sense of calm; walking the beach, watching the ocean, hiking forested trails, or drifting down a quiet river with a fishing rod in hand. There’s a clarity in the sound of the birds, a pungency to the scent of the sea and the fresh earthiness in the soil.
Bandon is a state of mind.