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Alaska Riverfront Property For Sale: Medfra is located on the Kuskokwim river, 2nd largest in Alaska. It is about 78 river miles above McGrath and 28 river miles below Nikolai. In 1917 it was known as Berry's Landing and a trading post. In the 1950's the Winans bought out Berry's Landing and renamed it Medfra Trading post. The barges brought food, gas, clothing, hardware and staples that were put in warehouses, which are still standing. In 1990 the Anselments purchased Medfra and continued to run the Medfra trading Post along with some Eco tourism. Medfra is only 50 miles from the Alaskan Range, where trophy moose, caribou, bison, dahl sheep, grizzly and black bear abound. Often times in the early summer you can fly up the river and see the young bison rolling in the sand! The Kuskokwim river abounds with 3 species of salmon, kings, chum and silver, grayling, chee fish, whitefish, northern pike and some burbot. Medfra is a spot that truly calls for the adventurous. This is a one or a kind Hunting and Fishing Property! Property consists of 1 24x32 square foot two story House, 1 16x24 square foot guest house, 2 12x16 Bunk Houses the sleep 4 each, 1 10x32 Pantry Shed, 1 10x32 Woodshed, 1 10x32 Machine Shop, 1 20x24 Shop, 1 8x10 Generator shed with 500 gallon diesel tank, 1 12x20 Steambath / Washhouse, 1 12x20 Storage shed, 1 12x32 Greenhouse, 1 20x24 Barn, 1 20x20 2 Story Cabin, 1 10x24 generator/storage shed with 1000 gallon diesel tank and 1 10x24 Storage Shed. Call For more information and Inventory Lists.
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