Over 19 Acres on Beautiful Anderson Island! A Rare Opportunity to own 19.25 acres of Designated Forest Land (RCW 84.33) adjacent to Andy's Marine Park! The designation pr...
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The main access to the island is by boat or a 20 minute ferry ride from Steilacoom. There are just over 1000 residents according to the census and becomes over 4000 during the summer months. Anderson Island has been a retirement destination since the 1960s and only has one general store serving the residents. Notable was the purchase of over 400 vacant lots on the island in 2004 by a California company. National Recreational Properties Inc created an infomercial and sold to out of state investors during the housing boom. The electrical power to the island is very old and electrical bills go up every time a repair is needed. Children attend elementary school on the island and grades 6-12 are off the island. Get-a-way vacation rental homes and bed and breakfasts dot the shores of this beautiful island.