New Listing! Exclusive 10 acres atop Cady Mnt. View of Ocean & Vancouver Island.
This is a special Northwest home. We know you'll relax and decompress in this unique and serene location and enjoy the very special place that is San Juan Island. The home is outfitted to suit the vacationer with walls of windows and skylights to let the warm Pacific Northwest Sun flow throughout the home.
As you step into this contemporary vacation home perched atop Cady mountain, you are drawn to the wall of windows and stunning forested ocean views encompassing Canada's Vancouver Island and Haro Strait ocean view. Step out to the wrap around decks. This newly custom built home is a warm and friendly environment and allows you to participate in all that nature has to offer. Orcas, deer, fox, eagle and a myriad of birds. Watch international shipping traffic, whale watching boats and sailboats. Track the maritime traffic with your laptop from any room in the house with high-speed Wi-Fi. Make good use of the telescope and binoculars! Cook your gourmet meals at home in the fully equipped kitchen.
The house is filled with light - windows surround the 'Great Room' = living and dining with kitchen bar seating separating the kitchen. Drift off to sleep in luxurious memory foam beds to the sight of stars overhead and ships passing in the night as you lift your head from bed.
If you're able to pull yourself away from the views and activites, the living room includes a 43" HD TV with Dish network programming. High-speed Wi-Fi internet access and free long-distance domestic calls.
San Juan Island is the best location in all of the Pacific Northwest for viewing the resident Orca pods. These magnificent animals provide exuberant displays as they feed on salmon, traveling back and forth in the waters surrounding San Juan Island. San Juan waters have been identified by Whale Museum biologists as a prime feeding area for the "J", "K", and "L" pods during the summer months.
Come see why the New York Times listed the San Juan Islands as #2 in their "Where to Go in 2011" guide - a list of 40 not-to-be-missed places around the world. Welcome to Paradise!