1 Floating Building, Thorne Bay, Alaska 99919
Imagine the possibilities that a floating building can offer. Originally built in 1991 as a floating rural school facility and later used as school district offices. This contemporary wood-framed two story building with 4,200 sq. ft. first floor footprint, rests atop a 24” concrete foundation wall, which in turn is part of a 68′ x 80′ concrete pontoon, and a 1,390 sq. ft second story that iscurrently a 3BR/2BA residence. The structure is designed to be self-sufficient, with electrical generation, fresh water and effluent treatment systems. Includes wooden float walkways and welded aluminum boarding ramp. Presently moored in the City of Thorne Bay with the ability to be relocate to your desired location. Possible uses include vacation rentals, employee housing, fishing lodge, tour headquarters, floating restaurant/bar and so much more.