Author Archives: John Lackey
Sentinel Condo Complex:
Investment Opportunity- Own this complex within the boundaries of Roche Harbor Resort. New roof installed in 2012. Decks refitted from 2011-2013. Interior upgrades include new beds in dec 2013 and furnishings, tile and vinyl flooring in 2014. Records available for all upgrades. Roche Harbor resort handles all aspects of property management for the current owners from booking to cleaning, supplying linens, flatware and maintenance of grounds. Management fee is 49% and this is reflected in the financial information. Buyers not obligated to use Roche Harbor’s services. Click here for more details
Open House-A great location just north of the county park on West Side Road with views across the Haro Straits to Vancouver Island. Very well maintained house and grounds. Sunny and light views across the fenced garden. Large deck & spacious living area. Large shop and 2-car garage on the lower level. As part of the purchase price seller to have an allowance for a new roof, if not replaced prior to closing. – For all the details Click Right Here
In the past week we have listed two waterfront homes that have current rental histories. One of these properties has been in VRBO (Vacation Rental By Owner) for the past several years and we have numbers on the income stream. 217 Brooks Lane is the address and you can see the rental page here.
The waterfront home at Westcott Bay has had long term renters for the past 7 years, but also has a transient rental permit that allows for vacation rentals. I have solid estimates from a local property management firm on what one could expect from this property in the vacation rental pool. For more details on the house click here.Waterfront Cabin on Westcott Bay with transient rental permit. One mile from Roche Harbor. Easy income generator with this vacation property in the Roche Harbor area. Private 2 bedroom 2 bath home with easy steps to the waterfront. Pier extends out over the beach. Tidelands included. Septic system rebuilt in 2005. Design number 2005-246-325, on file with County. Roche Harbor water system hookup
For detailed information on either of these listings, call John Lackey at 360-378-7836 (Cell) for more information on the rental numbers, properties in the surrounding areas and Island life in general.
Charming waterfront cabin on Henry Island with a shared 40′ dock just minutes away from Roche Harbor. This adorable 984+/- sf designer cabin sits perched overlooking Roche Harbor and Nelson Bay. The large sunny deck invites complete relaxation and includes a wood fired hot tub. This 1+/- acre parcel offers 136+/- ft of medium bank waterfront with steps leading down to a rare and gorgeous sandy beach.This beach is just exquisite.The dock, along with the entire property, has been impeccably maintained and has the added feature of an electric hoist to get all of your supplies easily off the pier. With steps to the beach, the possibilities for kayaking, crabbing, fishing and beach combing is in your front yard, This parcel is located just to the west of the Seattle Yacht Club outstation on Henry Island. Enjoy a front row seat on your deck for the 4th of July fireworks at Roche Harbor. Just a great location.
Adjacent to the ferry landing, this moorage is really convenient with its downtown Friday Harbor location. Close to all the shops, restaurants and markets. it is narrow getting in and out, but it drops off quick and you always have good depth at the slip. This slip location is the first one to the left you come to going down the ramp to the float. Cannery Landing just recently rebuilt all the floats, within the last 2 years.Click here to see the details of the listing.
Finally, is the word that came to every Islander’s mind when they had MEM Construction clear away the debris that was an eyesore for months down on the waterfront. Now, the question is what is going to take its place and when..Whatever it is will be an improvement.
Update: Andy held on the win the tournament. Good for him and all the crew on his boat. Roche Harbor-As of 2 pm this afternoon Andy Holman was leading the derby with a 20 lb salmon that could be worth $10,000 by the time of the final weigh in comes around at 6 pm this evening. 100 boats were entered in the Tournament and it was sold out in early January.
Who says it is dead in the middle of winter out here in the San Juans. Next week is the 11th Annual Roche Harbor Salmon Classic. Limited to 100 boats, this tournament sold out in early January. There is a $700 entry fee per boat and each boat can have up to 4 anglers. Last years winner of the 1st place fish weighed 22.3 lbs. This year if the 1st place fish weighs more than 30 lbs there is a $30,000 bonus cash prize. The weigh in fish are limited to hatchery fish who have a tendency to be smaller than the wild stock. We will keep you posted on how this tournament goes. You can see the preparations getting the parking lot in front of the Roche Harbor Store ready for all of the tents that will house the event activities and dinner.
We were at the Boat Show in Seattle on Tuesday manning our Windermere San Juan Islands booth. Great time catching up with all of the vendors, the latest in boats, the latest in boating technology and getting a chance to put our hands on the pulse of the local economy. Speaking of which is gaining momentum as boat sales are up from the year before.