Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Lease option possible. Feels warm and inviting with beautiful log interior. Two story on full basement (896 additional sq ft for hobbies and storage.) Vaulted living room. In town convenience in a rural neighborhood. Easy to heat with 2 toyos plus a spot for a wood stove in the basement. New appliances and jetted tub in master bath. Greenhouse, perennials, circular driveway. Natural gas available.
Caribou Lake Lodge on Caribou Lake. A lot of history here. Lodge building and 3 cabins. Not operating as a lodge. Great spot to get away or live a homesteading life style. About 2500' on the lake. Also including adjoining parcels 18520004 and 18512002. Total acreage of the 3 parcels is 168.42 acres.
Popular local tavern known for friendly atmosphere, live music, and special events. The Downeast Saloon is part of the social fabric of Homer.
Soaring Eagle is offering an opportunity to purchase unique, high quality properties and a profitable small business to entrepreneurial individuals or family for their enjoyment and profit.Included in the sale are:1.Two, one-bedroom oceanfront small summer homes together with a two bedroom home with loft and a three bedroom, two bath home.2.Three prime building sites for additional homes
This incredible home is perched on the Cook Inlet bluff overlooking the Anchor River, estuary, beach, Inlet, and the majestic west side mountains and volcanoes. Has been a successful B&B for six years. Also available is Lot 17 with a large shop/garage with substantial frontage on a private airstrip. Grab your fly rod and walk to the river. Beautifully furnished. Turn Key. Natural gas available.
Having a vacation cabin is a great way to get away from the stresses of life and enjoy the beauty of nature. The problem is that many of these cabins are in places that do not have access to the power grid.
You don't need to worry about this because there is an answer to this problem. The solution to this problem is solar power. Solar power can supply your cabin with all the energy you need and will save you the expense of having a power bill at your vacation cabin.
The first step in getting solar power on your cabin is to assess how much energy you will need. Are you going to need heat and cooling in your cabin? Do you really need a clothes dryer at your cabin or can you hang your laundry out to dry?
After you know how much power you will be using, you need to search for some quality panels and dealers. You can install the system yourself, but wiring the cabin and installing the panels can be too complicated and require special tools that the average homeowner will not be skilled enough to use.
You need to use common sense when hiring a contractor to install your solar panels.
When you decide on the contractor and types of panels you will need, think about adding a solar water heater. These systems are usually much smaller than the power systems and will reduce the power drain on the solar panels. It is a great addition to your solar powered cabin and can be done for a minimal cost.