"Alaskan Craftsman" Craftsman style log home with a separate single family residence (rental) on .92 acres, about a mile from the UAS campus. Built with Sitka Spruce logs in 2012 this home has approximately 1,840 sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. A "button pass" method was used and has a quad lock foundation system which is an engineered poured concrete system. Main living area has an electric radiant heat system and a handcrafted stairway ascending to the upper level consisting of the living area, kitchen, master bedroom and bathroom, and second bedroom and main bath with a claw foot tub. Two of the bathrooms have poured concrete counters. The living area has engineered hardwood floors and tile flooring in bathrooms. The contemporary kitchen consists of an open design with poured concrete counters. The lower level has an oil-fired boiler to deliver hydronic radiant floor heat and also has a 3rd extra large bedroom or den with 10 foot ceilings plus a 3/4 bath, and a garage/shop with 720 sq. ft. This custom home is one of a kind. A detached manufactured rental shares the 38,973 sq. ft. lot with 3 beds and 2 baths built in 2009 on the lower portion of the lot.
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