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Alaska is the country's largest state, covering an area of 656,424 square miles (420 million acres). Of this area, 570,641 square miles (87 percent) is land, while the remaining 94,743 square miles comprises water. Alaska's epic landscape affords a similarly epic number of hunting opportunities for big game including moose, caribou and even brown bear. Obviously, with 83 percent of land in the state under public stewardship, outdoor recreation opportunities abound here in the Last Frontier. Lands of America research shows that 10 percent of land in Alaska is privately owned. Based on recent price-per-acre data, Alaska is one of the five most expensive states country for rural land. This data represents $73 million of ranches, farms and other land acreage for sale in the state covering a total of 6,716 acres. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Alaska. Of the 29 counties in the state, Fairbanks North Star Borough had the most land and acreage for sale.
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Owner financing with a $1200 down payment and $275 monthly. No credit check is needed. Title to this land is clear, unencumbered, ready for transfer. Near Anchorage, Beautiful secluded area, great access
Airplane Park Subdivision W/ Runway & Lake Access 108 Acres in Nikiski, Alaska
Posted on Monday, February 27th, 2017 at 11:54 am.
Written by jrrealty
108 ACRES Total includes 7 ea 1 acre lots and 12 ea 2 acre parcels
19 LOTS ARE SUBDIVIDED AND 78 ACRES ARE UNDEVELOPED
Prime Air Park property. This property is close to future natural gas liquefaction location that will be connected to the natural gas pipeline from the north slope of Alaska. This project will create a lot of high paying jobs and simulate the real estate values in this rural area once construction starts.
The Alaska LNG project would be among the worlds largest natural gas development projects. And the single largest component the gas liquefaction plant and m
No Real Estate Taxes
639.84 Acres Agriculture/Farmland -530 acres cleared and ready to grow, has an almost new irrigation pivot with a 180 deep 12 inch well producing around 600 gallons of water per minute. This pivot Irrigation system is a movable/tow-able unit whereby it can water other fields on the property. The advantage to this tow-able system is so you can water a larger area increasing crop yields (especially for hay/forage) doubling and tripling crop yields during the growing season/period for your farming operation. Currently it could be set to water 150 acres this season fairly easily.
This property has fences on two sides. Other improvements include heavy tarp roof shed 30x 196.
Seller has this property in a Governm
Prime property for a commercial or residential development. Mostly with heavily tree coverage, only 24 minutes to the Fairbanks Airport, close to the historic Gold Dredge no. 8. The area where this parcel is located has a history of gold mining. Not many large undeveloped parcels like this one available. Adjacent 80 acre parcel owned by the FAIRBANKS NORTH STAR BOROUGH, LAND MANAGEMENT and a 17 acre parcel owned by ALASKA STATE OF NATURAL RESOURCES.
Secluded ocean frontage with Protected Moorage for you boat or airplane. Offers some of Alaska best fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing right out your back door. See Killer Whales and Humpbacks when the herring are in the bay, catch Halibut, Silver Salmon, Rock Fish and Cod and see seals, moose and bear on or near this property. Sloping lot with old growth timber, rocky beach area
in front of lot, with a small creek for fresh water supply. This location offers one of the best ocean front properties on the market in Alaska today.
This lot is located just NE of Nikiski off the Kenai Spur Hwy. In the northern area of the Kenai Peninsula, this over one acre parcel is perfect for building your getaway cabin or a permanent residence. The property can also be used as your recreational base camp.
Nikiski is an oil and gas town, with on-shore production facilities and offshore drilling platforms in Cook Inlet. Captain Cook State Recreation Area, a 3,460-acre state park nine miles north of Nikiski along Kenai Spur Highway, is the main draw for visitors to the area. This quiet state recreation area encompasses forests, lakes, rivers and wide beaches along Cook Inlet and features incredible views of the Alaska Range volcanoes.
The Kenai Peni