undisclosed location, Juneau, Alaska
Price Upon Request

Discover a super-prime trophy property hidden in Hood Bay on Admiralty Island in Southeast Alaska - a personal refuge designed of unparalleled specifications and surrounded by a US National Monument. 


Located in a protected, leeward position in Hood Bay behind the rain shadow of the Coast Mountain Range, Hidden Bay enjoys a unique “micro-climate” with three times the sunshine and a third less precipitation than Sitka and half that of Juneau.

This sanctuary is so remarkable, Rufus Hummingbirds from Central America migrate thousands of miles each year to nest along its shoreline.

From this perch, behold a plethora of wildlife including Brown Bear and Deer, Humpback and Killer Whales, Sea Lions, Seals, Eagles and dozens of other waterfowl population that thriving in this natural splendor.


This property includes Lot #36, a 2.63 acre parcel with approximately 385 feet of no-bank waterfront as well as the main residence, a 2,383 square foot chalet, a separate auxiliary building, a detached caretaker’s residence of 1,270 square feet and approximately 500 linear feet of boardwalk. 

Non-exclusive access to the uplands utility lot, an adjacent propane farm, boat houses (2 X 192 square feet) and a floating dock system is included by recorded easement.  This property is not part of any municipality and as such is not subject to any zoning or property taxes.