Hidden Bay Retreat is any (wealthy) outdoorsman’s dream.
Hidden Bay Retreat is in Southeast Alaska and looks incredible.
George Herrdum founded and built this incredible sanctuary. Originally from Germany, he says he built Hidden Bay Retreat “as a labor of love for my family. My hope is that the new owner brings their own family and friends here to get away from the stresses of the real world, enjoy the peace and quiet and carry on its legacy.”
Oh, if only I had a few million dollars to spare.
Hidden Bay Retreat is on a remote Alaskan island between Juneau and Sitka. You can’t get there without air transport, either a seaplane or helicopter, there is no property tax or zoning fees, and you would have no neighbors. Not to mention your backyard is wilderness prime for epic hunting adventures and your front yard is water known for world-class fishing. Sounds pretty damn perfect.
It sits on 2.3 acres, has three bedrooms, and 385 feet of waterfront. It is eco-friendly and sustainable without being too simple. You still have a sauna and a spa, don’t worry. A glass of Bordeaux is waiting on the table overlooking your private bay where you can plan your next-day fishing or hunting trip.
This is the ultimate cabin in the woods.
“It’s like your own state within the state of Alaska.”