Spectacular Home on a Private Island
Contact Charlotte Maulsby for Private showing and transportation to Island


City: Hat Island Price: $650,000 Beds: 3 Baths: 2

   Viewing: Front View of the Home
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   Viewing: Waterfront Living at it's Finest
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   Viewing: Kitchen
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   Viewing: Another View of the Kitchen
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   Viewing: Kitchen Table with Views
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   Viewing: Dining with Views
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   Viewing: Family Room
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   Viewing: View from Upstairs
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   Viewing: Great Layout
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   Viewing: Wall of Windows
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   Viewing: Cozy Living Spaces
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   Viewing: Check out the Fireplace!
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   Viewing: Awesome Master with Views
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   Viewing: Another Bedroom
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   Viewing: Bathroom
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   Viewing: Shed
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   Viewing: Endless Views
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   Viewing: Lots of Room for your Boat +
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   Viewing: Hat Island
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   Viewing: Affordable Island Living
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   Viewing: Eagles for Neighbors
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   Viewing: Welcome Home
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   Viewing: Aerial View of the Home
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   Viewing: Bring Your Boat!
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City: Hat Island Price: $650,000 Beds: 3 Baths: 2


Spectacular Well-crafted Home on Private Island ( Hat Island is 4 miles out of the port of Everett). Built with the finest materials. View from 90% of home. 3 stone fireplaces. High vaulted ceilings. Private Den, Great room,  Master with View and private Bath. Beautiful easy working  Kitchen that opens to large entertaining deck.

All appliances stay with the house.  Furnishings, boat and motor, quad, recreational equipment and auto are negotiable..Large wall around home for privacy. There is a PGA Rated golf Course, tennis court, enlarged Marina and your own private Beach. You own to the lowest tide line. The house is situated on Lot 20, leaving Lot 19 available for possible future construction. Septic was recently pumped. 

Additional Assets

The home is built on a passive solar mass.  The owner spent 12 months taking sun angles at various times of the year to establish efficiencies for a passive solar system for the home.  It consists of a large mass of stone under the home, with a single pour solid mass of concrete over the top of the stone, integrating with a foundation pour, and a finish pour of stamped concrete.  The eves of the house are angled and extended to maximize for use, the sun effects on the home.  In the summer when the sun is high and in the north the sunlight penetrates the front of the home only, allowing the solar mass to stay cool and cool the home.  In the winter when the sun is low and in the south, the sunlight penetrates to the back wall of the house to warm the mass and help warm the house.  It works well as the owner has never had to leave the heat on in the home in the winter time if they happen to be away.
 
Concrete Wall at the Rear of the Property

Another feature is the concrete wall at the rear of the property.  It is designed to protect the house in the event of a land slide.  It consists of a mass of concrete 3 feet deep, 4 feet wide, and approximately 100 feet long buried in the ground.  It is connected to 2 upright walls, with internal rebar.  The rear wall is 8 feet high, and 8 inches thick.  The inside wall is 6 feet high, and 8 inches thick.  They are connected at intervals by internal buttress walls of like construction.  The wall was then filled with rock and topsoil and planted.  The estimated mass is 440,000 lbs.
 
Bank Updates
At the base of the bank in the rear of the property the owner has placed eco rock, 2 high to maintain the toe of the bank.  A ditch has been maintained that creates a reservoir for water runoff from the bank and is directed through a 10 inch pipe, under the road and out to the beach through the bulkhead.
 
Bulkhead
The bulkhead is a monolithic pour over a rock base.  There is a 4 foot footing on the water side of the bulkhead and and over pour of the rock linking it all with concrete.  It also features a poured stairway to the water, an 8 foot wave splash apron with drain, and a large boat launch.
 
Recently Replaced Decks
The decks were all recently replaced with treated lumber framing, and Okumae wood nail less decking, using stainless steel hidden screws. All of the decks have a concrete underpour with connected drains directing the water out through the bulkhead
 
Recently Replaced Roofing
The roof was recently replaced with galvanized metal, standing seam roofing, along with matching gutters and downspouts.
 
Unique Fireplace
The fireplace is a unique construction featuring a triple fireplace with a single chimney.  All of the rock was picked from the gravel pit on the island.  The fireplace functions from the living room, the den, and the master bedroom.



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