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Remote close in off grid property

47422 Humpy Ave., Kenai, Alaska 99611

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40.05Acres
Beautiful gently sloping to mostly level 40 acres of land that would make the perfect hunting/ recreational get away or off grid living. This land backs up to Native land and a trumpeter swan conservancy, also has US fish and wildlife property just a hop skip and jump away. There is a creek nearby and several lakes too.
$145,000

Remote close in off grid property

47422 Humpy Ave., Kenai, Alaska 99611
40.05Acres
Beautiful gently sloping to mostly level 40 acres of land that would make the perfect hunting/ recreational get away or off grid living. This land backs up to Native land and a trumpeter swan conservancy, also has US fish and wildlife property just a hop skip and jump away. There is a creek nearby and several lakes too.
$145,000

Remote close in off grid property

47422 Humpy Ave., Kenai, Alaska 99611
$145,000

Salmon Catcher Lodge

37945 Ralph Lane, Borough, Alaska 99611

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3.77Acres
Located in the heart of Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, Salmon Catcher Lodge is one of the area's finest luxury fishing lodges.
$3,150,000

Salmon Catcher Lodge

37945 Ralph Lane, Borough, Alaska 99611
3.77Acres
Located in the heart of Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, Salmon Catcher Lodge is one of the area's finest luxury fishing lodges.
$3,150,000

Salmon Catcher Lodge

37945 Ralph Lane, Borough, Alaska 99611
$3,150,000
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7.09Acres
These 2 lots Totaling 7.09 Acres are just a short Float Plane ride or Snow machine in from Talkeetna Alaska. Enjoy the good life on your own private oasis. You would have access to thousand's of acres to roan hunt and fish. Would be great for your own retreat or a family destination. Start you legacy with this great piece of Alaska Today.
$25,000

These 2 waterfront lots in Alaska are in some of the best hunting areas of Alaska

ASLS 72-060 Tract K&L, Talkeetna, Alaska 99676
7.09Acres
These 2 lots Totaling 7.09 Acres are just a short Float Plane ride or Snow machine in from Talkeetna Alaska. Enjoy the good life on your own private oasis. You would have access to thousand's of acres to roan hunt and fish. Would be great for your own retreat or a family destination. Start you legacy with this great piece of Alaska Today.
$25,000
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0.50Acres
New water and electrical upgrades nearing completion Single Family in Tok Alaska. This property is a work in progress and can be used as is for a hunting and fishing base. Owner is in the process of Remodeling the entire home including Water and Electrical system upgrades new sheetrock, texture and paint. New flooring to put the icing on the cake. Price will go up as repairs are completed.
$99,000

Remodel nearing completion Single Family home in Tok Alaska Hunting and Fishing Galore

Lot 1&2 First Street, Tok, Alaska 99776
0.50Acres
New water and electrical upgrades nearing completion Single Family in Tok Alaska. This property is a work in progress and can be used as is for a hunting and fishing base. Owner is in the process of Remodeling the entire home including Water and Electrical system upgrades new sheetrock, texture and paint. New flooring to put the icing on the cake. Price will go up as repairs are completed.
$99,000

Schultz Farms

No Street Address, Delta Junction, Alaska 99737

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5,592Acres
The Schultz Farms property story began at the local high school gym on March 13, 1982. The State of Alaska held a land auction that day and sold 15 large tracts of land. This was called the Delta II Land Sale, and the Schultz Family was the new owner of 1,882 acres, Tract 5, of spruce forest. The land was cleared and brought into cultivation during the next several years.
$6,750,000

Schultz Farms

No Street Address, Delta Junction, Alaska 99737
5,592Acres
The Schultz Farms property story began at the local high school gym on March 13, 1982. The State of Alaska held a land auction that day and sold 15 large tracts of land. This was called the Delta II Land Sale, and the Schultz Family was the new owner of 1,882 acres, Tract 5, of spruce forest. The land was cleared and brought into cultivation during the next several years.
$6,750,000

Schultz Farms

No Street Address, Delta Junction, Alaska 99737
$6,750,000
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18.22Acres
ALASKALand * Real EstateCook Inlet Moose Point REMOTE 18 acres Just off the KENAI SPUR HIWAY ExtensionSIZE: 18.22+/- acresAPN#: 02544709LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 255, Moose Point Subdivision according to Plat # 84-65, Kenai Recording District, Third Judicial District, state of AlaskaSTATE: AlaskaCOUNTY: Kenai Peninsula BuroughGENERAL LOCATION: Near Moose point.
$55,000

REMOTE Alaskan Land near Moose Point. * 1/4 mile from Cook Inlet

Sea Lion, Point Possession, Alaska
18.22Acres
ALASKALand * Real EstateCook Inlet Moose Point REMOTE 18 acres Just off the KENAI SPUR HIWAY ExtensionSIZE: 18.22+/- acresAPN#: 02544709LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 255, Moose Point Subdivision according to Plat # 84-65, Kenai Recording District, Third Judicial District, state of AlaskaSTATE: AlaskaCOUNTY: Kenai Peninsula BuroughGENERAL LOCATION: Near Moose point.
$55,000
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The Alaska Veterans Land Discount Program

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by Laura Mueller

Veterans who are looking to buy land in Alaska have a big advantage thanks to the Alaska Veterans Land Discount Program read more…

Alaska

At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Alaska. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Alaska for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

How big is Alaska? Bigger than the combined size of the 22 smallest American states. If it was its own country it would be the 19th largest in the world. But less than 1 percent of its 663,268 square miles are privately owned – by far the smallest percentage in the United States. The federal government owns 65% of Alaska and the state and the University of Alaska own over 100 million acres. Another 44 million acres are owned by Native corporations which, although private, cannot be sold.

About half of Alaskans have settled in the South Central part of the state around Anchorage in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley and on the Kenai Peninsula. This is where most of the available land can be found, certainly the land with the best access to transportation. Most of the parcels that come on the market are small – less than 200 acres. Land larger than that is often agriculture-restricted.

Those looking to own a slice of “real” Alaska can still find undeveloped homesteads in the wilderness. Access is often limited to rivers or winter trails on these remote, rustic lands. Fairbanks is the only city of substance inside this mostly uninhabited wilderness. Of course, no services means no property taxes. Anyone with a hankering for lakefront land in Alaska can usually find some, with or without a cabin on it.

One place to find far-flung Alaska land is through the State which makes land available to the public via sealed-bid auctions and staking of remote recreational cabin sites. These state lands for sale are the real remote buys in The Last Frontier. If you require a road, stick to private sellers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Alaska is a U.S. state situated on the extreme West Coast. It is right across the Bering Strait from Asia. With a total area of 663,268 square miles, it is the largest state in the U.S. Its area is twice the size of Texas, the next largest state. It also has the longest coastline than any other state.

The capital of Alaska is Juneau, which is situated on the mainland of the North American continent. Nonetheless, it is not connected by the North American highway system making it the only non-contiguous U.S. state. It is about 500 miles from Washington.

Why Should One Buy Property In Alaska?

There is no dearth of available houses in Alaska. The housing market is considerably strong, giving the people the choice to buy property in urban areas or rural and secluded parts of the state. There is always an option to build your own house as there is a lot of land put up for sale. Homes in Alaska come in different sizes, shapes, and prices and there are different communities settled in different areas of Alaska.

How’s The Climate In Alaska?

Alaska is the westernmost and the northernmost state and has the most easterly longitude. It is divided into 6 regions.

  1. A) Southeast Alaska: The climate here is a mid-latitude oceanic climate. It is both the warmest and wettest part of Alaska. It has a mild temperature in winter and receives high precipitation.
  2. B) Southcentral Alaska: the climate is mild when compared with other parts. This is because of how close it is to the ocean. Although it receives less rain, it receives an immense amount of snow.
  3. C) Western Alaska: It has a subarctic oceanic climate in the southwestern region. Climate toward the north, however, is the continental subarctic. The area between the Seward Peninsula and Kobuk river valley is basically a desert receiving hardly any rain.
  4. D) Interior Alaska: Climate is subarctic. In summers, temperature spikes up to 90s Degree Fahrenheit while in winters, the temperature stoops down to -60 Degree Fahrenheit. This area has sparse precipitation.
  5. E) Extreme north: Climate is arctic with short and cool summers and winters are long with very cold winters. It snows almost the entire year.

Is Alaska Less Populous?

Yes, the population density is a mere 1.2 people per square mile. You might want to read that again. Let it sink in. The population density is very low as compared to New York and Los Angeles. It has a population of 736,000. It ranks 48th in terms of population. Anchorage, Juneau, and Fairbanks are the largest cities out of the 29 cities and towns.

How Is The Education System?

The schools in Alaska have a good rating. There are many options available and academics are high. Higher education can also be found in Alaska. This is perfect for raising a family. You would not have to leave the state unless that is what you want.

Are There Any Job Opportunities?

The market for employment is quite strong. There are various types of jobs that are available in the state. Industries such as tourism and fishing are very strong. These industries require workers, however, and employment may be scarce in some of the regions. Generally speaking, Alaska’s economy is doing great and it is safe to say that it is a good place to earn a decent living.

Are There Any Fun Things To Do In Alaska?

There are plenty of recreational activities one can do. In the metropolitan cities of Alaska, one can catch concerts, watch movies, go bowling, go hiking in summers and numerous other fun activities. Anchorage is famous for its Iditarod dog sled races. You won’t get bored in Alaska.

How Is The Cost Of Living?

It depends on the area you live in. Developed areas are relatively cheap. On the other hand, rural areas are expensive because of a lack of proper connectivity. In such areas, goods are transported via airways and waterways. The burden of the cost of transportation is ultimately borne by the end-users. In remote areas, it is common to pay $8 for a gallon of milk.

While Alaska may not be perfect for everyone, those who adapt to the flora and fauna of this area experience nature’s raw beauty. Alaska is a diverse state that offers a little of everything.

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