Seldovia is a beautiful, quaint, ocean front village and sometimes compared to Carmel by the Sea, California.
You have daily flights (short hops) from Homer or one can take the water taxi out of Homer, itself a wonderful trip.
The owner did a beautiful description of the property that we really can not improve on, so therefore see the following as prepared by the owner:
"It is a beautiful Log home built by Dillon and Dillon logwright, in 1997, on 15 solid concrete sonotube (12 inches) .
It is on a 3 acres parcel on the way to Jackolof Bay road.
I make a little pond which was to lower the water table level with the 2 surrounding leach field (4 inch at the base of the piling and 6 inch 6 feet from the building) We never had a water draining issue. septic system with a 1200 gal septic tank and a 200 feet leach field.
We have a electrical line from HEA brought to the property, a Boderus fuel furnace work alongside a wood Blaze King for heat.
The House was completely inspected and upgraded by the Kenai Housing Program to be insulated, vented.
It is about 2000 square feet of leaving space. there is also a 5'10" space about 700 square feet where the furnace and the plumbing is (used to be my shop) Washer/Dryer room.
1 and 1/2 bathroom with a jacuzzi room upstair by the master bedroom. 3 bedrooms.
There is a hot tub (unhook) on the back deck.
There is also a 24 X 32 feet separated building shop on a concrete slab (2 story high) with a 10 X 22 feet attached wing on the left side and a 9 X 30 porch on the right side.
A 12 X 22 feet green house building, a 3 sided 10 X 20 steam bath (sauna) and a 12 X 24 wood shed.
Even though it is not a waterfront property, the property is about 150 yard from the ocean with an easement connected to the ocean.
The property has access to the sub-division road hence you can get to town."
The Kenai Borough has the property assessed at $289,400.- and the retiring owner is not looking to get rich, so he is passing this bargain on to you for a price of only $225,500.- But it will have to be new financing.
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