Homes and Businesses in Homer, Ak.

Homes and Businesses in Homer, Ak.
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64001 Easterday Road, Homer, AK 99603 (MLS # 19-10878)

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PRICE $225,000
BEDS 2
BATHS 0 baths
HOME SIZE 1,475 sq ft
LOT SIZE 42.00 ac

Privacy, spectacular Cook Inlet and volcano views, two guest cabins and a ''fixer upper'' historic home on 42 acres with meadows, trees, and gardens. PLUS owner financing with 20% down!!! This is the Alaskan lifestyle that personifies the old homestead days PLUS today's conveniences of a Borough winter maintained road, electricity, a well, and numerous springs. Ready for your lifestyle change? There has been so much love poured into developing this accessible wilderness over the decades and you will benefit from them today. Drive right in on Easterday...the road is maintained all winter and there are only a few months of breakup or freeze up that will give you the chance to get on your skis or 4 wheeler. A wide driveway access off the road leads to the main Homestead cabin, which was the old Anchor Point Schoolhouse relocated and repurposed. It is big, airy, welcoming and liveable. The large open kitchen will have you cooking and canning and enjoying all of the benefits produced from the gardens right out the door. The upstairs bedroom is large, comfy and definitely homey. Over the living room is another large loft, perfect for kids or guests. Speaking of guests, or maybe vrbo/airbnb income potential visitors, there are two super charming cabins-the Garden Cabin named for the nearby garden and big meadows, and the Hidden Cabin accessed down a wooded trail. And there are all of the other pluses you would expect-wood stoves, hot shower in the main house, laundry in the main house, 3 private outhouses, sauna with shower, outbuildings, chicken coops, dedicated fenced gardens, meadows perfect for sheep, lamb, goats to graze and lots of room for horses and long rides. This property is part of an original State Agricultural program and the parcel cannot be subdivided further. AND the Seller has an adjoining 40 acre parcel and a 66 acre parcel that are also available to enhance your privacy and opportunity. Another plus is Seller financing with only 20% down. Ready for your lifestyle change? Read what the Seller has to say about the time she has owned this property: "Windhorse Ranch began in 1999 when Twitter Creek ranch was purchased with 150 acres, from original owners, Pete and Franci Roberts, who had settled the property and developed it as a multipurpose ranch in the 70's, living there full time and raising their son, for over 17 years. It sat fallow for around 10 years with a renter or two. The original cabin was constructed from logs from the Anchor River schoolhouse and added to- the back room and bedroom loft. The well was drilled by geologists while taking soil samples, in an agreement with the Roberts. When we bought the property, it had a 5 acre homesite that housed the main cabin, in very basic and long empty state. The rustic cabin was a one room and there was a small, outdoor bathhouse/sauna building. The large barn had just fallen down as well as a few sheds. There was a plethora of stashed supplies around the property as well as discarded appliances, barrels and other. We loved it and were not daunted by this long term project. We began remodeling and the building of the garden cabin, from a kit recently improved by industrious tenants. The rustic cabin also was doubled in size by another tenant. More outhouses were built so each cabin had their own, as they were always rented by people that loved living there, most working in town year round. The main cabin, between 1999 and 2016, went through several changes, including moving the kitchen area to open up the space, the shower room created inside as well as that room insulated from the rest of the cabin for utility freeze proofing. The manifolds for directing water were installed and everything can be isolated so only that room can be heated if the property is left for a time, or now drained. The manifold directs water to the main cabin and to the outside shower house and now, there is water to the garden cabin and greenhouse, as well, with heat tape and under cabin valves to prevent freezing. All of the plumbing has been replaced with lines that cannot break if they freeze and the main cabin has the controls to drain these lines. The refrigerator was kept in the back room for cooling and the dishwasher was installed in the new cabinetry where the new electric ports are partially connected. There was a new gray water septic installed in 2011 along with this project and an electric toilet in the utility room. A composting toilet would be ideal though a septic could be installed if wanted. The electric system was in process of being and a new line was installed which comes up under the floor to the new box in the utility room rerouted to the utility. It was not a safely issue, it was just a new plan to make the utility room the hub of water and power. We built the addition and the back greenhouse roof design deck in 2010. It was designed to be able to be separate from the main cabin and also was able at the timto be closed off with a dutch door and the old windows, all now removed from next owners 2016 until 2018, as well as the hatch to the upper main bedroom. Flooring to match the addition was installed in the main cabin, also stripped to plywood by the new owners, as well as the new cabinetry where the refrigerator is now placed. anch! The ranch thrived as a full time home to my family, 4 Icelandic horses, goats and chickens, geese and ducks. All were pets as I had a "no-kill" policy. The moose would often come in to protect their babies while young. The huge rock out of the front in the field was explained by the geologist as an anomaly and only one 3' similar rock has been found 20 miles out East End. It is told that it was formed by magma, attracted the crystals embedded in it and dropped there by a retreating glacier. There is also a spring 1/2 way down the drive that supplies extra water, year round. At first, we didn't know the Borough plowed the road as it was a part time home at that time, people would snow machine or ski in. With that snow pack, the breakup would take 3-4 weeks typically. Now with regular plowing (when snow reaches 6"), and the warming cycle, it may take 2-3 weeks in a typical year, during which time, we walk in and out to our vehicles parked at the head of Easterday Rd., as well as if there are heavy rains in the fall. The Borough also maintains the road and grates it in the summer when it is dry. It's important to keep people off the road during those times to prevent poor drainage and potholes. In the 9 years of my full time living here, there were gatherings, weddings and retreats of all kinds- writers, artists, flower essences, healing modalities, horsemanship all enjoyed the special creative energy that the land shares. During that time, as well as retreats, renters came and went, and all added to Windhorse Ranch, in skills and spirit. It was a magical time that was transformative for all and the lifestyle is very nurturing and wondrous with the moderate climate, views of the ocean and volcanos. During my time, there was beautiful furniture, rugs, books and a real feeling of comfort. I had home exchange guests from around the world guests that gave great reviews about the feeling in the cabins, and loved spending time at the ranch. I had Woofer volunteers from many countries that would bring their tents, work the property together, gardening, cooking, helping with any and all chores needed to make improvements and keep things running and loving their time spent there, sometimes coming back the next season. There is truly a direct connection with nature at the ranch and gardens thrive as well the inhabitants. There were big plans and continuing projects but life situations showed up and I had to let it go to renters in 2013 and then to new owners in 2017, and the unfinished project was stalled and in several cases, reversed, now to be completed by the vision, touch and love of new owners. There is much potential to create ones dream from the spirit in which it was begun!"

DAYS ON MARKET 79 LAST UPDATED 9/19/2019
YEAR BUILT 1975 COMMUNITY 488 - Diamond Ridge/Skyline
STATUS Sold PROPERTY TYPE(S) Residential, Residential / Single Family

SCHOOLS
Elementary School Paul Banks/Homer
Middle School Homer
High School Homer

PRICE HISTORY
Prior to Jul 24, '19 $299,500
Jul 24, '19 - Aug 11, '19 $250,000
Aug 11, '19 - Today $225,000


ADDITIONAL DETAILS
ACCESS TYPE Dedicated Road, Government, Maintained
ARTERIAL Road
BOROUGH/CENSUS AREA 1B - Kenai Peninsula Borough
CONSTRUCTION STATUS Existing Structure
CONSTRUCTION TYPE Log, Wood Frame - 2x6
EXTERIOR FINISH Log, Wood
FEATURES-ADDITIONAL Barn/Shop, Chicken Coop, Covenant/Restriction, Fire Pit, Fire Service Area, Fixer Upper, Greenhouse, Horse Property, Landscaping, Private Yard, Road Service Area, Shed, View
FEATURES-INTERIOR Electric, Gas Cooktop, Range/Oven, Refrigerator, Sauna, Smoke Detector(s), Washer &/Or Dryer, Washr&/Or Dryer Hkup, Window Coverings
FLOOR STYLE Cabin, Other - See Remarks
FOUNDATION TYPE Pilings
FUEL TYPE Electric, Wood
GARAGE TYPE None
GRID # (MUNI ANCH) N/A
HEAT TYPE Baseboard, Stove
RESIDENTIAL TYPE B & B Potential, Single Family Res
ROOF TYPE Metal
SEWER TYPE None
TOPOGRAPHY Gently Rolling
VIEW TYPE Inlet, Mountains, Ocean, Unobstructed
WATER-TYPE Spring, Well
WTRFRNT-ACCESS NEAR None
WTRFRNT-FRONTAGE None
ZONING UNZ - Not Zoned
Listing Office: Homer Real Estate
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ZESTIMATE
$189547  64001 Easterday Road, Homer, AK

RENT ZESTIMATE
$1100 / mo.  64001 Easterday Road, Homer, AK

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