Photos and Description of this 5 bedroom holiday home in Big Lake - The Big Lake House.
House, 5 Bedrooms + Loft, 6 Baths, (Sleeps 12-18)
Come and enjoy the best Alaska has to offer in the middle of some of the most spectacular sceneries in the last Frontier.
The beautiful water front log home is located on the north Shore of Big Lake in 3 ½ acres, at 65 miles north of Anchorage. It is surrounded by the incredible view of the Susitna Mountain (Sleeping Lady) on the right, the Kinik Glacier and the Chugach Mountains on the left and the Magnificent Mount McKinley on the back.
It has a huge two story front window, two docks, boat landing area, large white gazebo, lake front patio with large wood stove, fire pit, grill and other amenities that will help you to enjoy this paradise. Ideal for vacations, weddings, business retreats, entertainment or any other occasion.
The three story lake house is custom decorated with an Elegant Country Victorian stile, Brazilian Cherry wood floors, granite countertops, and a Thomasville kitchen with Viking appliances. It has a comfortable and relaxing living room with a stone fire place, dining and TV areas, large master bedroom (with your own 60 inch TV, sofa chairs and private reading area), three more large bedrooms and bathrooms beautifully decorated with Alaskan Art and Pictures.
Watch your favorite Movies in our private theater. Let the family enjoy playing foosball, water sports, fishing, biking, hiking, sight seen and many more great Alaskan adventures in the summer. You can also cross country ski, snow shoe, ice skate, Ice fish, or snow mobile around the property in the winter time. Down hill or heli Skiing are also near by.
This isolated jewel also keeps you connected to the outside world through wireless internet, and dish net tv available for all your individual needs.
Keywords: Log Home
New! Log Cabins. Sleep 6 guests.
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
Incredible. I lost my husband and came to Alaska to visit relatives and entertained myself and my daughter that was really depress.
I have not seen my daughter smile since my husband died. It was wondrfull seen my daughter face to come alive.
We spent 3 incredible days.
We are coming next year.
If you have the chance to enjoy this incredible home, don't hesitate.
You will never regret.
The widow from Florida
My wife and I are originally from Guatemala, and have lived in Anchorage, Alaska since 1988. We moved our family to Alaska because we were impressed by it's natural beauty and grandeur of this state. The lake house was built in the 1980's for a project that was never finished. We bought the unfinished house in 2004, and over the last 6 years we have been remodeling and enjoying the tranquil home ever since. This beautiful lake house is now available for any guest who wishes to enjoy the wonderful summers and winters that Alaska has to offer. We have enjoyed our last 20 years in Alaska, and hope that others will find the same pleasure in their next visit.
Big Lake Alaska is a popular getaway destination of the residents in Alaska. It is surrounded by incredible views for an unforgettable summer or winter. The house is located in the North Shore of the lake, in an unusually flat area, with 360 degree views. From the lake house, you can see, Mount McKinley, Mount Susitna 'the Sleeping Lady', the Alaska Range, Kinik Glacier and the Chugach Mountains. The lake house is far enough from the city for great privacy and is close to many Alaskan activities.
You can enjoy water sports in the summer, rentals of any motorized equipment is available close by. Access to numerous fishing holes for Salmon, trout, pike, etc. You can make arrangements to be picked up by water plane and taken to incredible fishing areas and sightseeing. Incredible sights that can be admired in the backyard. The property is only three hours from Denali National Park, 10 miles from Wasilla (Sara Palin’s home town). For more shopping and dining options, Anchorage is approximately one hour away. The lake house is also one hour from Hatches Pass, home of the Independence Mine, and a historical site. In winter, enjoy cross country skiing, snow shooing, snowmobiling, Ice Skating, and Ice fishing in the back yard. Big Lake is the start point of the famous Iron Dog Race, and Willow, which is 10 miles north is the start point of the famous dog sled Iditarod Race. Enjoy the Northern Lights in the winter clear nights or visit Hatches Pass for a heli skiing or down hill skiing adventure.