Turn Island: Self-Sufficient Private Island Retreat
Dramatically diverse 82 acre substantial private island estate with 3km of shoreline. East end of Johnstone Strait where Johnstone Strait, Discovery Passage and Nodales Channel converge. A spectacular coastal setting. Shoreline ranges from gentle slopes down to walk-on beachfront to sheer granite bluffs, with a well-protected bay providing deep water moorage year round. The residence is a beautiful timber-frame home using attractive second growth mixed grain Douglas fir, of highest quality fit and finish completed with high appliances and mechanical systems. Cedar siding and shingles, windows and exterior doors are pre-finished red cedar. Vaulted ceilings, 3 bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms. The home provides 2200sqft comfortable living space leading out to an expansive, Alaskan yellow cedar cantilevered oceanfront deck partially covered by the large prow of this beautiful home. Substantial infrastructure provides comfortable and relatively maintenance free enjoyment. Primary power – 27kw propane generator charging a bank of batteries, inverted into 110volt service. All service lines on the property are buried. Diesel and propane are contained in an environmentally safe system. Drilled well produces 4 gallons per minute. Water is filtered and illuminated using UV. Approved septic system in place. Propane-fired forced air furnace. Fully licensed approved moorage installation, 14ft x 80ft with 6ft wide aluminum ramp capable of handling ATVs or side-by-side vehicles. 1800sqft shop in a Quonset building fully outfitted with power and radiant heat.