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800 acres Delta Junction, AK $1,100,000

800 acres Delta Junction, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Randy Speckels Triple Cross Ranch

Type: Acreage w/House 3750 SqFt

"Oh come buy a home where the buffalo roam and the moose and the coyotes all play . . ." This prosperous hay ranch consists of two adjoining parcels of land; one 1200 +/- acres and the other 800 +/- acres. Situated on the 800 acre parcel is the 30' by 50' full scribe fit custom log home (unfinished) on a full basement, the 40'x80'x16' shop, the 100'x108' hay barn, and the 16'x18' log power house. This powerhouse shelters the electrical system for the sit and consists of a 15KW genset, Trace Engineering inverter and battery bank complete with solar panels on the outside. The house was built by a true loh craftsman and is a thing of beauty. Well and septic are in. Heat is supplied by an outdoor boiler to the house and shop through in-floor heating. There is also a log sauna, chicken house, and small tack shed. If you happen to own an airplane you can land on one of the mile-long hayfields. This 800 acre parcel is priced at $1,100,000.00. Also available: An adjoining 1200 acre parcel that fronts on a well-maintained gravel road and has power to the property. This property formerly had a mobile home on it. There is a good water-well with excellent water, septic, 24'x32' two-door garage, 40'x80' hay barn and two large capactiy steel grain storage bings. Keep in mind that a well-established business comes with this property. This 1200 acre parcel is priced at $750,000. This 2,000 acre Alaskan property has much to offer in the way of scenic beauty with a wonderful view of the Granite Mountains our your front door. Both properties together are priced at $1,680,000.00. Phone calls only please. We cannot accept emails.

1,200 acres Delta Junction, AK $750,000

1,200 acres Delta Junction, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Randy Speckels Triple Cross Ranch

Type: Acreage

"Oh come buy a home where the buffalo roam and the moose and the coyotes all play . . ." This 1200 acre parcel that fronts on a well-maintained gravel road and has power to the property. This property formerly had a mobile home on it. There is a good water-well with excellent water, septic, 24'x32' two-door garage, 40'x80' hay barn and two large capactiy steel grain storage bings. Keep in mind that a well-established business comes with this property. This 1200 acre parcel is priced at $750,000. Also available: an adjoining 800 +/- acres. Situated on the 800 acre parcel is the 30' by 50' full scribe fit custom log home (unfinished) on a full basement, the 40'x80'x16' shop, the 100'x108' hay barn, and the 16'x18' log power house. This powerhouse shelters the electrical system for the sit and consists of a 15KW genset, Trace Engineering inverter and battery bank complete with solar panels on the outside. The house was built by a true loh craftsman and is a thing of beauty. Well and septic are in. Heat is supplied by an outdoor boiler to the house and shop through in-floor heating. There is also a log sauna, chicken house, and small tack shed. If you happen to own an airplane you can land on one of the mile-long hayfields. This 800 acre parcel is priced at $1,100,000.00. This 2,000 acre Alaskan property has much to offer in the way of scenic beauty with a wonderful view of the Granite Mountains our your front door. Both properties together are priced at $1,680,000.00. Phone calls only, please. We cannot receive email.

79.98 acres Chicken, AK $239,000

79.98 acres Chicken, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Kathy Chircop Mossy Oak Properties of Alaska - Soldotna

Type: Acreage

LARGE REMOTE HUNTING PROPERTY! Here is your chance to own almost 80 acres of prime hunting land. This property is located in the ''40 mile'' area, about 18 miles west of the Taylor highway. Hunt for big game Moose, Caribou, Wolves, or run a trap line. Perfect location for a lodge or your personal hideaway. Located just a short hiking trip to the Mosquito Fork River. Right in the heart of Gold country. The nearby town of Chicken, AK is known for it gold prospecting/panning and was the site of Alaska's first interior gold rush in 1886. It is still a hot spot for recreational prospecting to this day. Access is by the designated "Mitchel's Ranch Trail" filed with the BLM for access with tracked vehicles and ATV/Snow machine. Don't miss out on your opportunity to own one of the few Native Allotments released for private ownership by the US Department of Interior's Bureau of Land Management.

4.3 acres Tok, AK $24,200

4.3 acres Tok, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Alaska Trust Land Office Alaska Trust Land Office

Type: Acreage

LOCATION Tok is located at the junction of the Alaska Highway and the Tok Cutoff to the Glenn Highway, approximately 200 miles southeast of Fairbanks. The parcel is located in an established residential area on East 1st Street, approximately 1/2 mile north of the Alaska Highway and the Tok Cut Off intersection. ACCESS Access is by East 1st Street, a paved road. UTILITIES Electricity and telephone services are available to the parcel. There is no central public water and sewer in Tok. Water is typically handled by a private well and sewer is typically handled by a private septic system which would have to conform to Alaska Department of Enviromental Conservation requirements. MUNICIPAL AUTHORITY Tok is located in the unorganized borough and the property is therefore not subject to any zoning regulations. NOTES The parcel consists of 4.3 acres, however the western portion is subject to a 40 wide right-of-way for East 1st Street, leaving 3.92 acres of usable land. The parcel has level topography with well drained gravelly soils with spruce and aspen trees.

1.29 acres Delta Junction, AK $15,000

1.29 acres Delta Junction, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Alaska Trust Land Office Alaska Trust Land Office

Type: Acreage

Location Delta Junction is a second class city approximately 200 miles west of the Canadian border and approximately 80 miles southeast of Fairbanks. The community centers around the junction of the Alaska Highway and the Richardson Highway. The parcels are located on the west side of Jarvis Avenue near the intersection of the Alaska and the Richardson Highways in Delta Junction. Access The three parcels can be accessed by vehicle along Jarvis Avenue, a constructed gravel road. Utilities Available public utilities include electricity and phone service. There is no public water and sewer available in Delta Junction and according to the City no immediate plans for such development. Water is typically handled by a private well and sewer is typically handled by a private septic system which would have to conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements. Municipal Authority The parcels are located within the City of Delta Junction and the Unorganized Borough and are not subject to any zoning regulations. Notes The parcels are located in a mixed use area including private residences and a daycare directly across Jarvis Avenue, the Alaska Department of Transportation station and courthouse to the north, restaurants, stores and a gas station to the east and southeast. Parcel 36 is a combination of Lots 19 and 20, each lot containing 0.322 acres for a total of 0.644 acres. This parcel has 180 feet of frontage on Fourmile Street (not constructed, signs reads Grizzly Lane) on the northern boundary and the eastern boundary has 156 feet of road frontage along Jarvis Avenue. The parcel is subject to 10 foot wide public utility easement along the western portion of the parcel. Parcels 37 and 38 each consist of four individual lots, each lot containing 0.322 acres for a total size of 1.288 acres per parcel. Both parcels have 156 feet of frontage on Jarvis Avenue and Shaw Avenue (ATV trail). Each parcel is subject to a 20 foot wide public utility easement which goes between the four lots (10 feet on each lot). All three parcels have level to slightly rolling topography and vegetation consist of spruce, aspen and birch trees. All lots have gravelly well drained soils.

1.29 acres Delta Junction, AK $15,000

1.29 acres Delta Junction, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Alaska Trust Land Office Alaska Trust Land Office

Type: Acreage

Location Delta Junction is a second class city approximately 200 miles west of the Canadian border and approximately 80 miles southeast of Fairbanks. The community centers around the junction of the Alaska Highway and the Richardson Highway. The parcels are located on the west side of Jarvis Avenue near the intersection of the Alaska and the Richardson Highways in Delta Junction. Access The three parcels can be accessed by vehicle along Jarvis Avenue, a constructed gravel road. Utilities Available public utilities include electricity and phone service. There is no public water and sewer available in Delta Junction and according to the City no immediate plans for such development. Water is typically handled by a private well and sewer is typically handled by a private septic system which would have to conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements. Municipal Authority The parcels are located within the City of Delta Junction and the Unorganized Borough and are not subject to any zoning regulations. Notes The parcels are located in a mixed use area including private residences and a daycare directly across Jarvis Avenue, the Alaska Department of Transportation station and courthouse to the north, restaurants, stores and a gas station to the east and southeast. Parcel 36 is a combination of Lots 19 and 20, each lot containing 0.322 acres for a total of 0.644 acres. This parcel has 180 feet of frontage on Fourmile Street (not constructed, signs reads Grizzly Lane) on the northern boundary and the eastern boundary has 156 feet of road frontage along Jarvis Avenue. The parcel is subject to 10 foot wide public utility easement along the western portion of the parcel. Parcels 37 and 38 each consist of four individual lots, each lot containing 0.322 acres for a total size of 1.288 acres per parcel. Both parcels have 156 feet of frontage on Jarvis Avenue and Shaw Avenue (ATV trail). Each parcel is subject to a 20 foot wide public utility easement which goes between the four lots (10 feet on each lot). All three parcels have level to slightly rolling topography and vegetation consist of spruce, aspen and birch trees. All lots have gravelly well drained soils.

4.81 acres Delta Junction, AK $7,800

4.81 acres Delta Junction, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Alaska Trust Land Office Alaska Trust Land Office

Type: Acreage

Location Delta Junction is a second class city approximately 200 miles west of the Canadian border and approximately 80 miles southeast of Fairbanks. The community centers around the junction of the Alaska Highway and the Richardson Highway. Greely Subdivision is located approximately 3 miles southeast of Delta Junction along the Alaska Highway. Access Parcels 33, 34, and 35 can be accessed by heading north on an unnamed rough dirt road at milepost 1419 of the Alaska Highway then west on Miller Avenue, which is an unconstructed platted right-of-way and is not accessible by road vehicles. Utilities Electricity and phone service is located near the Alaska Highway. There are no public water and sewer services in the area. Water is typically handled by a private well and sewer is typically handled by a private septic system which would have to conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements. Municipal Authority Greely Subdivision is located in an unorganized borough and not subject to any zoning regulations. Notes Topography is generally level and vegetation consists mostly of spruce and aspen trees. Soils are considered adequate to well drained. Surrounding uses include residential and recreational use.

0.65 acres Delta Junction, AK $7,500

0.65 acres Delta Junction, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Alaska Trust Land Office Alaska Trust Land Office

Type: Acreage

Location Delta Junction is a second class city approximately 200 miles west of the Canadian border and approximately 80 miles southeast of Fairbanks. The community centers around the junction of the Alaska Highway and the Richardson Highway. The parcels are located on the west side of Jarvis Avenue near the intersection of the Alaska and the Richardson Highways in Delta Junction. Access The three parcels can be accessed by vehicle along Jarvis Avenue, a constructed gravel road. Utilities Available public utilities include electricity and phone service. There is no public water and sewer available in Delta Junction and according to the City no immediate plans for such development. Water is typically handled by a private well and sewer is typically handled by a private septic system which would have to conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements. Municipal Authority The parcels are located within the City of Delta Junction and the Unorganized Borough and are not subject to any zoning regulations. Notes The parcels are located in a mixed use area including private residences and a daycare directly across Jarvis Avenue, the Alaska Department of Transportation station and courthouse to the north, restaurants, stores and a gas station to the east and southeast. Parcel 36 is a combination of Lots 19 and 20, each lot containing 0.322 acres for a total of 0.644 acres. This parcel has 180 feet of frontage on Fourmile Street (not constructed, signs reads Grizzly Lane) on the northern boundary and the eastern boundary has 156 feet of road frontage along Jarvis Avenue. The parcel is subject to 10 foot wide public utility easement along the western portion of the parcel. Parcels 37 and 38 each consist of four individual lots, each lot containing 0.322 acres for a total size of 1.288 acres per parcel. Both parcels have 156 feet of frontage on Jarvis Avenue and Shaw Avenue (ATV trail). Each parcel is subject to a 20 foot wide public utility easement which goes between the four lots (10 feet on each lot). All three parcels have level to slightly rolling topography and vegetation consist of spruce, aspen and birch trees. All lots have gravelly well drained soils.

3.85 acres Delta Junction, AK $6,500

3.85 acres Delta Junction, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Alaska Trust Land Office Alaska Trust Land Office

Type: Acreage

Location Delta Junction is a second class city approximately 200 miles west of the Canadian border and approximately 80 miles southeast of Fairbanks. The community centers around the junction of the Alaska Highway and the Richardson Highway. Greely Subdivision is located approximately 3 miles southeast of Delta Junction along the Alaska Highway. Access Parcels 33, 34, and 35 can be accessed by heading north on an unnamed rough dirt road at milepost 1419 of the Alaska Highway then west on Miller Avenue, which is an unconstructed platted right-of-way and is not accessible by road vehicles. Utilities Electricity and phone service is located near the Alaska Highway. There are no public water and sewer services in the area. Water is typically handled by a private well and sewer is typically handled by a private septic system which would have to conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements. Municipal Authority Greely Subdivision is located in an unorganized borough and not subject to any zoning regulations. Notes Topography is generally level and vegetation consists mostly of spruce and aspen trees. Soils are considered adequate to well drained. Surrounding uses include residential and recreational use.

3.85 acres Delta Junction, AK $6,500

3.85 acres Delta Junction, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Robert Garcia Vision Real Estate

Type: Acreage

Location Delta Junction is a second class city approximately 200 miles west of the Canadian border and approximately 80 miles southeast of Fairbanks. The community centers around the junction of the Alaska Highway and the Richardson Highway. Greely Subdivision is located approximately 3 miles southeast of Delta Junction along the Alaska Highway. Access Parcels 33, 34, and 35 can be accessed by heading north on an unnamed rough dirt road at milepost 1419 of the Alaska Highway then west on Miller Avenue, which is an unconstructed platted right-of-way and is not accessible by road vehicles. Utilities Electricity and phone service is located near the Alaska Highway. There are no public water and sewer services in the area. Water is typically handled by a private well and sewer is typically handled by a private septic system which would have to conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements. Municipal Authority Greely Subdivision is located in an unorganized borough and not subject to any zoning regulations. Notes Topography is generally level and vegetation consists mostly of spruce and aspen trees. Soils are considered adequate to well drained. Surrounding uses include residential and recreational use.

3.85 acres Delta Junction, AK $6,500

3.85 acres Delta Junction, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Alaska Trust Land Office Alaska Trust Land Office

Type: Acreage

Location Delta Junction is a second class city approximately 200 miles west of the Canadian border and approximately 80 miles southeast of Fairbanks. The community centers around the junction of the Alaska Highway and the Richardson Highway. Greely Subdivision is located approximately 3 miles southeast of Delta Junction along the Alaska Highway. Access Parcels 33, 34, and 35 can be accessed by heading north on an unnamed rough dirt road at milepost 1419 of the Alaska Highway then west on Miller Avenue, which is an unconstructed platted right-of-way and is not accessible by road vehicles. Utilities Electricity and phone service is located near the Alaska Highway. There are no public water and sewer services in the area. Water is typically handled by a private well and sewer is typically handled by a private septic system which would have to conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements. Municipal Authority Greely Subdivision is located in an unorganized borough and not subject to any zoning regulations. Notes Topography is generally level and vegetation consists mostly of spruce and aspen trees. Soils are considered adequate to well drained. Surrounding uses include residential and recreational use.

1,683 acres Delta Junction, AK $1,275,000

1,683 acres Delta Junction, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough James W. Riley J. Riley Realty LLC

Type: Acreage

Location: Go 20 miles Southeast of Delta Junction, Alaska on the Alaska Highway to mile 1403.5, trun left on Sawmill Creek Road, property is on the right at that intersection. Address: 1403.5 Alaska Highway, Delta Junction, Alaska 99737 Legal: ASLS #87-317 Tract J-1, J-2, J-3 Parcel Size 1683 Acres over 85% has been cleared and ready to plant your choice of crop. Taxes: No Real Estate Taxes Utilities: Electric, Phone, well and on site septic system on property Zoning: Agriculture/Farmland Details: Agriculture Right Title, this 1,683 acres is subdivided into three parcels, J-1 has 602.54 acres, J-2 has 882.25 acres with a 28'X36'living quarters attached to a 100'x40' shop building w/ well, septic, elect, phone, J-3 has 198.37 acres. approximately 85% of this farmland is cleared and ready to plant the crops of your choice. Seller planted 200 acres of oats in summer 2010. Seller is willing to sell these parcels individually.
 

2.5 acres Tok, AK $208,000

2.5 acres Tok, AK

Southeast Fairbanks Borough Tim Schoenberg RE/MAX Associates of Fairbanks

Type: Residential 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 3174 SqFt

Located in the nicest area in the town of Tok. Along with the nicest area it is one of the nicest log homes in town. It is on a paved street not far from the main highway. This large log home has tongue and grove ceiling and traditional large size log homes features throughout the home. Vaulted ceilings, large kitchen and bedrooms with lots of extra storage. This home comes with a wood stove to warm the Alaska nights. It has a large front and back yards for the children to play. Their are no taxes to pay on this home giving you a great piece of Alaska without paying the government. It has internet and direct television. A two car garage is attached and heated with lots of storage. The basement of this home is unfinished to build more equity in the house or let the children play during the winter. The home is well constructed with extra large logs to seal in the warmth and family atmosphere. A green house is in the back yard to get an early start on the growing season.
 
5 acres Paxson, AK

5 acres Paxson, AK

$1,200,000 Southeast Fairbanks Borough

19.55 acres Tok, AK

19.55 acres Tok, AK

$43,000 Southeast Fairbanks Borough

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