Tour a Botanical Washington Rental That Doubles as a Jungle Oasis

updated May 15, 2021
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A home in Sequim, Washington takes plant parenthood to new, lush heights. Vacation rental company Vacasa has a listing for a home equipped with a koi pond and impressive tropical greenery that will transport you to a jungle oasis. Not a lot of homes incorporate atriums with lush foliage and rock formation-like floors, but this is the Evergreen State, after all — and nature reigns supreme in Arcadian Gardens, an appropriate name for the rental.

A four-bedroom, three-bathroom botanical estate, the lush home also has a hot tub, a theater room complete with reclining movie theater-seats (cup holders included, of course), and a fitness room. Windows are flanked throughout, allowing natural light to seep into the botanical space. With views of Mt. Rainier and the Olympic Mountains, the rental is also situated near notable outdoor and historic places, including Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge and New Dungeness Lighthouse. 

Vacasa offers a virtual tour of the sprawling property on the listing. Simply press the play button to navigate the eccentric home — which also has a massive kitchen and the botanical atrium of every plant parent’s dream. The hot tub is even situated among the koi pond and lush foliage, offering a stimulated jungle oasis atmosphere. 

Swipe through for some lush images of Arcadian Gardens.

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For Washington locals interested in Arcadian Gardens, full amenities and rental costs are available on Vacasa. With the CDC continuing to update guidelines for the fully vaccinated, many are turning to summertime travel ideas that accommodate isolation. Still, with concerns of COVID-19 variants and active cases that remain across the country, it’s pivotal for vaccinated travelers to remain mindful of safety. Check out some of Apartment Therapy’s coronavirus coverage below.