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292.58 acres Ketchikan, AK $2,100,000

292.58 acres Ketchikan, AK

Ketchikan Gateway Borough Art Swisher Coastal Realty-Homer/Sports Afield Trophy Properties

Type: Beach Property

This is a spectacular property with a salmon stream and several wilderness lakes. There is deep moorage in front of the property, over 10 acres of patented tidal lands and 2,126 feet of water frontage. One of the houses is still standing from the days when it was a dairy farm. Property does have water rights from Round Lake and a power line easement. This is the largest fee simple parcel in the area and it has road and water access. The sports fishing enthusiasts will find a bounty in the waters surrounding Gravina Island, including king (chinook), silver (coho), red (sockeye), pink (humpy), and chum (dog) salmon. Halibut, ling cod, red snapper, and rock cod is also available as are several species of crab and shrimp. There are numerous wilderness lakes and streams on Gravina Island that provide steelhead, Dolly Varden, and cutthroat trout in addition to red (sockeye) and pink (humpy) salmon. Gravina Island is home to a small population of Sitka black-tailed deer, mountain goats, black bear, and we don't want to forget about the waterfowl hunting. If you are interested in a little shopping or Southeast culture Ketchikan is only a half mile away, just across the Tongass Narrows. You can walk Creek Street's wooden boardwalks and explore the history of Ketchikan and the surrounding area by visiting the museums and other attractions. Charter a guided hunt, fishing trip or just go kayaking around these beautiful Islands . This area is a sportsmans dream!

2.66 acres Ketchikan, AK $22,000

2.66 acres Ketchikan, AK

Ketchikan Gateway Borough Alaska Trust Land Office Alaska Trust Land Office

Type: Acreage

LOCATION: Ketchikan is located on the southwestern coast of Revillagigedo Island, opposite Gravina Island, near the southern boundary of Alaska. It is 679 miles north of Seattle and 235 miles south of Juneau. It is the first Alaska port of call for northbound cruise ships and state ferries. Ketchikan is regional service center to the surrounding communities with regularly scheduled jet service from the Ketchikan International Airport, the Alaska Marine Highway System, the Inter-Island Ferry Service, and local air and water taxi services. Ketchikans economy is diverse and includes a large fishing fleet, fish processing, tourism, and logging. Upper George Inlet Subdivision is within the Ketchikan Gateway Borough at the head of George Inlet. The parcel is located near the north end of Bull Island. It is approximately 15 miles from Mountain Point boat launch, the nearest public launch from the Ketchikan road system. ACCESS: Access to this waterfront parcel is by boat or float plane. UTILITIES: There are no utility services in the area. Water is typically collected by a private catchment system and sewage disposal will have to be provided on site and conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements. Electricity is typically handled by an on-site generator. MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY: The parcel is located within the Ketchikan Gateway Borough. NOTES: The parcel is developable with a small beach for landing small boats and good potential for a dock. It also has a potential building area right above the beach. The soil conditions observed at the parcel appear to be typical of the region and adequate to support development.

23 acres Thorne Bay, AK $3,750,000

23 acres Thorne Bay, AK

Ketchikan Gateway Borough James W. Riley J. Riley Realty LLC

Type: Acreage w/House

Location: Located in the lush rainforest of Prince of Wales Island, on the south arm in Thorne Bay just 35 minutes by floatplane from Ketchikan in Southeast Alaska. Parcel Size: 23 Acres subdivided into seven parcels, plus a Tidelands lease with DNR for small island Legal Address: Thorne Bay Subdivision, Block 5, Lots 8,9,10,13,14,15. Buildings: 4,500 sq.ft. original log lodge building completed around 1987, a second 4,000 sq.ft. guests building built around 1996, additional buildings include an office, laundry room, two bunkhouses, fish packing plant, warehouse, and apartment plus 4 other work sheds. The total square footage of all buildings today is approximately 17,000 square feet. Included is a 1,000 foot Boardwalk to a small island with floating boat dock. Taxes: No Real Estate Taxes Utilities: City electric, private DEC approved septic system, DEC approved Water system supplied from a fresh water stream which includes an 8000 gallon reservoir. Access: Charter Flying service 35 minutes, Ferry Service twice per day 1.5 hours, or by boat from the city of Ketchikan. Details: This successful first class wilderness lodge has an established turn-key business w/ a full Liquor License, 11 bedrooms w/ full baths which can accommodate 19 guests. Wireless Internet in rooms. This world-class fishing lodge bears the elite Orvis endorsement demonstrating its exceptional fishing, facilities and commitment to excellence as one of the best fishing lodges in Alaska. Twice voted "Alaska Lodge of the Year," this breathtaking oceanfront lodge offers the best of both worlds: exceptional saltwater and fly fishing. Orvis endorsed guides lead daily freshwater excursions with your choice of 21 lakes, rivers and streams nearby. Also included are five 28-foot heated cabin cruisers with full restroom facilities, piloted by USCG certified captains for the saltwater adventures targeting halibut, king salmon, silver salmon and several other species. Awarded of Excellence for 2010 as Fishing Lodge of the Year presented by Sporting Classics Magazine
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