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22 acres Nikolaevsk, AK $49,500

22 acres Nikolaevsk, AK

Kenai Peninsula Borough Justin Joyner Rocky Mountain Timberlands / Steel Horse Real Estate

Type: Acreage

Alaska is truly The Last Frontier and the Alaskan Wildwood Ranch offers you a new frontier to explore on your very own. The ranch offers 20 acres and larger parcels offering trees, creeks and amazing views of several nearby snow capped mountains. The recreational opportunities are endless in this area. Salmon fishing in one of the multiple rivers nearby, deep sea fishing and clamming in the Cook Inlet to hunting, hiking and exploring the vast wilderness area Alaska has to offer. Anchor Point is Americas most westerly highway and is only 10 miles from the ranch. The Anchor River is just outside of town and offers several public access points for fishing. The Anchor River flows into the ocean/Cook Inlet just west of town with sandy beaches and unmatched views of 3 volcanoes: Mount Redoubt, Mount Illiamna & Mount Augustine. Price: $49,500 Anchor Point, AK 99556 59.8480139, -151.6366889 22 acres for only $49,500. Good value and great views of the mountains. We did see Moose tracks going through this property! LOCATION: Sections 2, 11, 13, 14 & 23 TWP 4S, RGE 14W Anchor Point, Alaska ACCESS: A road system extends from Kostino Road giving access to these parcels. All roads in Alaska are public roads. TIMBER: Large mature Pine trees along with many edible berry bushes. Willow, Birch and Aspen trees are scattered throughout the ranch. TOPOGRAPHY: Parcels offer gently rolling terrain with most having views of the snow capped mountain peaks. Some parcels have wetlands areas on a portion of the property. Many small creeks & springs flow through property. AVAILABLITY OF WATER: Wells are typically less than 100ft. ELEVATION: 600ft1000ft ANNUAL TAXES: approx. $365/year per 20 acre parcel. IMPROVEMENTS AND UTILITIES: Power is along Kostino Road near the entrance to the ranch. There is Cellular service in this area. Many Alaska residents choose an off the grid lifestyle. DISTANCE TO NEAREST TOWN: Anchor Point is 10 miles west. Homer Alaska is approx. 23 miles South. POPULATION: Anchor Point - approx. 1,845 Homer - approx. 5,364 DESCRIPTION OF TOWN: Anchor Point, "North America's Most Westerly Highway Point", is a destination choice of visitors from around the world. Year around recreational opportunities abound - from river and saltwater fishing, hunting, camping, and hiking opportunities in the summer to snow machining, cross country skiing, and nearby ice fishing in winter - contributing to its nickname of "fun capital" of the Kenai Peninsula. Homer is a quaint town nestled on the shore of Kachemak Bay offering breathtaking views of glaciers, mountains and wildlife. Homer is known to many as the 'Cosmic Hamlet by the Sea,' but it was made famous in Tom Bodett's tales as 'The End of the Road. The community is alive with a variety of activities and accommodations. Whether it's fishing, kayaking, bear viewing, shopping, dining or sight seeing we have it all to make your Alaskan experience a trip of a lifetime! A quaint little drinking village with a fishing problem! RECREATION IN THE AREA: This area offers almost an endless amount of recreational opportunities. The world famous Kenai River is north of the property with a half dozen or so other rivers and streams to explore. The Anchor River is just south of town and offers tremendous Salmon fishing with easy public access points. Cook Inlet offers deep sea fishing for Halibut. Hunting for Big Game such as Moose, Sheep, Deer, Goat and Bear will help keep your freezer full! DEED & TITLE: Warranty Deed, Insured Title, Guaranteed Access, Utility Easement along roads. All timber rights included. Mineral rights appear to be owned by the State of Alaska. This property does not have protective covenants. PROPERTY SUMMARY: This truly is The Last Frontier. This area was founded during the gold rush of the 1890s. The Tenaina Indians were the first to inhabit the valley and beaches of Cook Inlet and Anchor Point. It wasnt until the post war era of 1945 that settlers began planting crops, building homes and schools and raising livestock. Many of these families still inhabit this area and continue to thrive. ALL PROPERTY OFFERED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS
 
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