Historic House Listings

Views of Mount Roberts and Gastineau Channel. Two houses. Circa 1910 in Alaska. $1,125,000

March 9, 2019

This home has views of Mount Roberts and Gastineau Channel. Built in 1910. Located on .39 acres in Douglas, Arkansas. Situated above Sandy Beach. The main house has in floor radiant heat. There is a smaller home on the property with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,695 square feet. The smaller home has an excellent rental history. Five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 4,830 square feet. $1,125,000

From the Zillow listing:


Commanding presence, open flow and thoughtful layout are just the beginning. Enjoy your morning coffee while taking in expansive views of Mt. Roberts and ships sailing up Gastineau Channel – or relish leisurely walks on the beach via private trail access. From the moment you approach this property, you will know you are seeing something special. The meticulously designed and custom-built multifamily home has character, extreme style and a location that is second to none. Perched directly above Sandy Beach on historic St. Ann’s Ave., the home has a multitude of features that enhance its spacious, comfortable and bright living areas. There’s over 4,800 square feet of total living space, and to flood the home with sunlight, 12 skylights in the main home and 5 in the smaller home. The main home includes over 3,100 square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Stay warm in winter in the comfort of multiple heat sources, including in-floor radiant heat, Runtal heat, oil baseboards and a custom converted antique propane stove. The smaller home with private entrance features 1,695 square feet of living space with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms plus an additional loft. The smaller home has a successful rental history and makes for an ideal long or short-term income producing opportunity. The home includes Andersen windows throughout, Vermont slate tile, hardwood floors, beautiful bathrooms, vaulted ceilings and 3 separate laundry areas. There are 8-10 off-street parking spots, plus a covered boat shed that will remain with the home. Each house features a covered balcony and an open deck as well as an additional covered deck off of the main kitchen. This is truly a one of a kind property!
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