The three-bedroom, 4.5-bath home was built in 1994 and sits on more than 6.5 acres on the corner of Red Fish Pass, at the southern end of the island. ––
The island is accessible by boat, ferry, or light airplane. No cars are allowed—people get around on electric golf carts, by bicycles, and on foot. Roughly half of the island’s 700 acres are undeveloped state parkland.
The home is equipped with 19 solar panels, and includes outdoor showers and an elevated infinity pool.
The Balinese-inspired home was built in 1994 and purchased for $710,000 four years prior.