Off the marketThe beautiful island is about 1,600 feet long and about 500 feet at its widest point. The island has many interesting parts. It has a nice low bank beach, old forests, towering cliffs overlooking vast stretches of islands and waterways. The center of the island, above the beach is fairly level with a large stand of fir trees. The most dramatic building site would be further west of the beach to the crown of the island. From this location the view is literally 360 degrees, Olympic Mountains to the south, Mt. Baker and Rosario Straits to the east and Lopez Sound to Orcas Island to the north. The island has about 3,800 ft. water frontage which consists of low bank gravel beach, medium to high bank rocky shoreline to high cliffs along the west side.
There is no power installed to the island. It may be possible to connect power from Lopez or Center Island, but with the advancement in power generation, the practical solution is self-generation. There are several options for obtaining water: drilled well, catchments or desalination. Property zoned to allow for a single family residence with supporting outbuildings. A dock can be built as well. Permits need to be applied for.