Property Description 000 Port Fidalgo, Valdez, AK 99000
239 acres with Ocean front in Fidalgo Bay, with 7 existing buildings used for fishing lodge facilities, all built Alaska-strong, with metal roofs and large covered porches - set back just off the beach, among the big trees, dock, 70-foot ocean-pier, which incorporates a floating-ramp system that accommodates boats and skiffs, up to 30+foot, at any tide level (tide-range of 18 feet).Timber Rights and Mineral Rights are Rare and Included BUILDINGS 1. Main Lodge 20X55 w/8-ft covered surround-porches. Lounge w/fireplace. Dining room for 20. Commercial kitchen w/pantry, plus attached food storage, freezer area. Bathroom. Lodge office. This building has hot & cold water. 2. Sleeping Quarters (Bunkhouse) 20X52 w/8-ft covered surround-porches. 8 rooms for double occupancy. 2 community restrooms. 2 community showers. Laundry room. This building has hot & cold water and washer/dryer. 3. Tool Room w/ Help Quarters Tool room 22X12. Helper quarters 12x12. 6-ft covered porches on 2 sides. 4. Fidalgo Cabin 16X36 2-story cabin. Two units top unit with bath, with a 16X8 deck over the beach. Lower unit with bath, with a 16X12 covered back porch. This building has hot & cold water. 5. Owner Cabin #1 18X36 2-story cabin. 8X18 covered porches, front and rear. Living room/ kitchen and bathroom downstairs. Bedroom upstairs. This building has hot & cold water and washer/dryer. 6. Owner Cabin #2 16x32 2-story cabin. 8X16 covered front porch and 4X8 covered rear porch. Living room, bedroom and bathroom downstairs. 2nd Bedroom upstairs. This building has hot & cold water. 7. Powerhouse w/fuel storage 16X40, w/4-ft covered porch on one side, and 8X10 covered shed at rear. The 800-ft long X 12-in diameter penstock water pipeline terminates in the back shed, with a divider/manifold which divides water flow into 8 in-feed lines and 1 lodge water-system line (36 lbs pressure). Inside the back half of this building is the water generators, and sump for same with drain-line to the beach. This section also contains the diesel generator with auto charge system, 2 lead-acid battery banks consisting of 2,200 amp/hrs total storage capacity, plus 2 @ 24VDC to 120/240 VAC inverters (total 8,000 watts capacity). Electrical system switch boxes and main breakers are located here as well. Lastly, this area contains the equipment for re-charging air-tanks used with lodge scuba diving activities. The central part of this building is dedicated to fuel storage primarily drums. The front part of this building is the fish cleaning, processing, and freezing station. It has freezers, a counter w/sink and vacuum-sealer, and is attached to a fish-cleaning table that extends out over the beach. This area has cold running water. NOTE: All buildings have pier & beam foundations (treated, set in concrete). All buildings have double-pane windows and 50-yr metal roofing. All buildings insulated. All buildings except Powerhouse and Tool Room are heated with Toyo diesel heaters. All buildings have electricity. Owner cabin #1 is log construction, while all other buildings are frame. Four separate septic systems, constructed to Alaska state specs, serve the lodge buildings.