The home, built in 2006, sits on a 62 acre property, complete with a whopping 2,000 feet of water frontage, a ton of forest, a salmon stream, and waterfall. Bothering the neighbors shouldn't be an issue either, since there aren't any.
With 6,000 square feet of living space and a cascade of windows in most rooms, you'll be treated to some unreal views from the main house.
Both day and night.
There may be six bedrooms to pick from, but you'd be stupid not to go with this one. The place comes fully-furnished, so no need to BYO ridiculous wooden whale sculptures. Phew!
This one's not so bad, either. See the model seaplane? The 70-foot dock out front is plenty big enough to park at least one life-sized version, which wouldn't be a terrible investment considering the compound is only a two hour flight from Seattle.
After a big day of hunting or fishing, you have your pick of three fireplaces to kick back in front of. Once you're rested, the kitchen is more than equipped to handle whatever you've caught, and whip up one hell of a fresh meal.
Which you can properly feast on in the well-appointed dining room, complete with plenty of room for company.
There's extra space for anyone you invite to stay the night, too, considering the five additional buildings dotting the property, designed specifically for guests and "crew."
It certainly wouldn't suck if this was the view from your backyard. May not be able to see Russia, but hey, not bad at all.
Joe McGauleyis a senior editor at Supercompressor. He loves the idea of living in Alaska, but would not handle the months of near-darkness very well.