Billionaire Paul Allen’s Private Island Back to Market

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Source: Curbed

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has re-listed Allan Island — yes, “Allan” with an “a” — a 292-acre private island off the coast of Washington State, for $13.5 million. The billionaire businessman purchased the island in 1992 in hopes of building his dream home and first listed the property for $25 million in 2005.  The land boasts a log home, an airstrip, a dock, 44 tax lots, views of the Olympic Mountains, and, of course, beaches.  Just a drop in the bucket for Allen and his already-massive real estate portfolio.

Source:  Curbed

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