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Bering Pacific Ranches
#AK380503
Aleutians West, Alaska
200,000.00 acres
AMERICA'S WESTERNMOST RANCH DOES NOT LIE ALONG THE SLOPES OF A REMOTE MOUNTAIN RANGE, NOR UNDER A BONE-BLEACHING DESERT SUN, NOR ON A TROPICAL BEACH. Instead, the massive ranch lies northwest of the contiguous United States and Hawaii, clinging to the heart of the Cradle of Storms, as locals call this region of Alaska. Resembling a strand of emeralds set against a steely gray sea, the Aleutian Islands reach for Asia with the snow-capped peaks of dozens of volcanoes peppered by the domes of small Russian Orthodox churches. The jagged islands separate the frigid waters of the Bering Sea from the relatively warm waters of the Pacific with its Kuroshio current. The mixing of these waters gives birth to some of the most violent storms recorded in North America, often draping this world in fog for weeks and keeping the lush grasslands of these islands green. The 686-square-mile Umnak Island is just west of Dutch Harbor. Seventy-two miles long and 16 miles wide with a volcano of its own, the island is also the home of the nearly 500,000-acre Bering Pacific Ranches with its 10,000 head of cattle. There are about 10,000 reindeer, a small bison herd on the far end of the island, and a few wild horses. The Okmok volcano and other mountains in the center of Umnak Island separate the ranch from the village a little more than 40 miles away. The ranch house, housing for cowboys, slaughterhouse, and pens were originally part of Fort Glenn, a World War II Army air base that was effectively abandoned a few years after the Japanese surrendered. The slaughter plant was built up from the concrete foundation of one of the military structures. The site is leased from the Alaska Department of Transportation, and grazing rights for the ranch are leased from Native corporations that own land on the island. The ranch maintains a small herd of 11 saddle horses, but the real work bringing in the cattle is done with a two-seat helicopter. With stock ranging 50 miles or more from the pens, The ranch found horses to be impractical across such distances of rough terrain. The helicopter is ideal for working the valleys, driving the animals out toward the holding pens. The ranch becomes fully operational in the fall months, each season processing 500 to 1,000 head with 40 to 60 head per day after the cattle have been rounded into pens following a summer spent fattening up. Umnak Island and Unalaska Island, Alaska 200,000 Acres under grazing lease (4 Separate Leases) A total of 500,000 Acres available to cattle Year round carrying capacity of 8,000 to 10,000 head without supplementation Current Herd - 10,000 Head Other Assets: - USDA / Oregon Tilth Certified Organic Slaughter Facility - Ranch Headquarters Building - 3 Cabins - Shop and Hanger - R22 Beta Helicopter - Misc Ranch Equipment, Trucks, Tractors, etc. Please contact Icon Global Group for more details.
$16,500,000
120 Acres, 2 Lakes, World-Class Rainbow Fishing - Exclusive and Rare Katmai National Park Property
#AK440895
Lake and Peninsula, Alaska
119.00 acres
ONCE IN A LIFETIME SOMETHING SCARCE COULD BECOME YOUR LEGACY. This property is in the center of the most productive Rainbow water on earth. The land is heavily wooded, buildable, with no restrictions, and there is room to expand. The topography is gently rolling with spruce trees, alder brush and lake and mountain views. Main Lodge Guest Cabins - All Equipped with Full Bathrooms Guide and Employee Cabins Maintenance Buildings Lodge Operating Equipment, Boats, ATV's Generated Electricity This is the last large parcel of wilderness within Katmai National Park in Southwest Alaska; Main Lodge, Guest Cabins, and 120 private acres in a remote and breathtaking area. Bordering three lakes, two ideal for float planes, and is within walking distance of a large flowing river that supports a large and healthy population of World Class wild Rainbow Trout, plus all five species of Salmon. Suited for any corporation, business, or private entity, wishing to possess an out-of-the-ordinary wilderness retreat that will provide endless opportunities to relax and enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities. There are less than ten privately held pieces of real estate in the 4.7-million-acre Katmai National Park with this being the largest piece of property, consisting of 120 acres, within Katmai National Park and Preserve. The scenic National Park and Preserve surrounding this property will remain forever unchanged by man. Note: Seller will fly serious buyers to the property for viewing. Listing agent will be present for all showings. Boundary lines shown in pictures are estimated. Area: 890 - Lake & Peninsula Borough Borough/Census Area: 4F - Lake & Peninsula Borough Region: 4 - West & Southwest Alaska Regions Acres: 119.99 Legal: U.S. Survey No. 8146, Alaska, on the right bank of the Nonvianuk River approx. 1 mile westerly of Nonvianuk Lake... Vacant Land Type: Commercial; Recreational; Remote Terms: Cash; Conventional Topography: Rolling; Sloping; Gently Rolling; Hilly; Wetlands To View: Call Listing Licensee, Brad Baker, at (907) 301-3101 - Fly In View Type: Lake; Mountains; River; Unobstructed Lakefront and Riverfront - Nonvianuk River, 2 Unnamed Lakes Utilities: Electric - On Site; Fuel Oil; Propane; Septic - On Site; Telephone - On Site Access: Bush plane, Private Air Strip, Float plane Land Features: Buried Fuel Tank; Building Present; View; Wetlands Trees - Heavy and Cleared Areas For more information about this rare and exclusive opportunity, please call Brad Baker at (907) 301-3101.
$6,400,000
21.14 Commercial Acres Ready for Development in the Heart of Soldotna
#AK311770
Kenai Peninsula, Alaska
21.00 acres
21 acres of City zoning consisting of Commercial land located in the City of Soldotna with Sterling Highway frontage. There is a well and septic on site. Next door to Alaska USA FCU and Midas Muffler. Seller retains all mineral rights to property.
$4,750,000
The Olive Home - Cliff Point Estates
#AK419858
, Alaska
2.00 acres
“The Olive” is a feature home located in Cliff Point Estates development. This spacious 4,600 SF. residence boasts an incredibly beautiful and modern layout, with custom finishes and excellent natural lighting throughout. The home comes fully furnished and features unobstructed ocean and mountain views, a timber-frame construction, vaulted reclaimed-wood ceilings, exquisite lighting, a grand two-story fireplace, Thermador gourmet kitchen, custom cabinets, quartz counters, in-floor heating, hardwood floors, an expansive deck and great outdoor living space. Uniquely designed by the Cliff Point Estates development team, this wonderful home offers everything one could want in luxurious Alaska living. (Over 50 premium lots are available through Cliff Point Estates Development in Kodiak, AK. Give us a call today for more info.!)ABOUT CLIFF POINT ESTATES: Cliff Point Estates offers a rare opportunity to own your own piece of private land located on Kodiak Island’s scenic and pristine oceanfront landscape. With more than 400 acres situated minutes from the City of Kodiak, the Cliff Point Estates development offers remarkable custom-built homesites all overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean. HOMESITES: The homesites on the island range from high mountain ridges with sweeping 360º views to sandy beachfront coves nestled along the ocean shore. Each homesite is thoughtfully designed to encompass a unique blend of luxury-style living with scenic seclusion. Nowhere else can you find this ideal combination of quiet mountain living and oceanfront views with nearby recreation and amenities, like you can at Cliff Point Estates. Each homesite varies in price and size, with prices ranging anywhere from $216,000 - $354,000 and lot sizes ranging from 2 - 3 acre parcels. (Please see the attached map for detailed descriptions and layout of the estates). Aesthetic and lifestyle enhancements nicely complement the spacious estate lots, while generous attention has been paid to the incorporation of paved neighborhood roads,  landscaping and community trails.DEVELOPMENT: Visitors may find the perfect new site as soon as they arrive on the Island, or they may spend a couple days walking the property - touring the beaches and treed ridgelines to find the optimal location for their new home. Once you’ve selected the perfect site, the Cliff Point design team is there to help you to develop your unique vision for the property. From the driveway and out-buildings to landscaping, floor plans and finishes, each home at Cliff Point Estates is one-of-a-kind. If you choose to let Cliff Point design your home, their team of local contractors and craftsmen can adapt any plan to include your specific customization ideas and make your vision a reality. Owners are also welcome to bring their own architect and home plans. The development possibilities at Cliff Point Estates  truly are endless.LOCATION & AMENITIES: Kodiak Island boasts a lush landscape with abundant outdoor opportunities, all within minutes of nearby services and amenities. Kodiak is the transportation hub for southwest Alaska, with all commercial transportation between the entire island and outside world going through the city either via ferry boat or airline. Located only 10 minutes away from The Beaches at Cliff Point, the city makes it easy to get virtually anything you need; from groceries, hardware and outdoor gear to medical care, restaurant dining, locally brewed beer and authentic seafood. Every summer, Kodiak also offers an array of events and activities,, including their annual Crab Festival, golf tournaments, surfing competitions, the local state fair and much more! RECREATION: In addition to the many amenities offered through the local cities, perhaps one of the greatest draws of Kodiak is the Island’s renowned recreation. There is no shortage of things to do in the area. Spring and Summer offer great opportunities for whitewater rafting, kayaking, fly fishing, snorkeling, wildlife watching and hiking; while Wintertime gives visitors the chance to watch the glorious aurora borealis or northern lights, as well as enjoy Alaska's official sport of dog sled racing, backcountry skiing, Alpine snowboarding, snowmobiling and so much more! Kodiak’s raw, beautiful and unrelenting terrain teems with a variety of opportunities for adventures and experiences for any outdoor enthusiast. HUNTING & FISHING: Alaska is arguably one of the best places on Earth for great hunting and fishing. Kodiak, itself, is a renowned fishing destination that offers access to all five species of salmon, along with halibut, rockfish, cod and trout. Halibut is the world’s largest flatfish, growing upwards of over 400 lbs., and are abundant in the waters near Kodiak Island. In addition, all five species of Pacific salmon can be fished here. Along with great fishing, Kodiak boasts some of the best hunting in the world. Home to some of North America’s largest and most sought-after game animals, the area is a true hunter’s paradise. OVERVIEW: From endless outdoor recreation and nearby amenities, to astounding scenery, world class hunting/fishing, countless activities and contemporary living, Cliff Point Estates offers a way of life like nowhere else and is truly a dream destination.
$3,295,000
Wildman Lodge
#AK401389
Lake and Peninsula, Alaska
15.00 acres
Wildman Lodge is Alaskas premiere sport fishing and hunting lodge on the pristine Alaska Peninsula. After growing the business for 23 very profitable years the owners are ready to retire, this is an incredible, turn-key business opportunity for a new buyer. The comfortable lodge easily accommodates 16 guests per week. Four Alaskan-themed, duplex cabins provide king and twin guest accommodations, all with bath and piping hot shower. The entire Wildman complex is heated with a safe and efficient hot water baseboard system. Twin diesel generators provide electric power 24/7 during the May through October season. Wildman Lodge is world-renown for its fully guided and outfitted hunts for World Class Brown Bear and Trophy Moose. From June through September, Wildman Lodge hosts up to 16 fishing guests a week, fishing five species of Pacific salmon as well as abundant Arctic Char, Rainbow and seasonal Steelhead runs. Fly fishing is phenomenal on the crystal-clear home river and the lodge provides fly-out excursions as well. Wing shooting for ptarmigan and waterfowl is world class and can be combined with any fall fishing package. Wildmans summer Walrus and Wildlife Tours attract scores of guests each season and has excellent growth potential, being situated only 10 miles from one of the Bering Seas most frequented Pacific Walrus haul-outs. These all-inclusive guided tours to view and photograph Alaska’s wild creatures in their natural habitat highlight Brown Bear, Pacific Walrus, wolves, moose, caribou, fox and bird species too numerous to count.  Butch and Kathy King have been the  proprietors at Wildman Lodge since 1996. In 1997, they flew in 50 tons of building materials, one Beaver load at a time, taking Wildman from a small hunting camp to an international sportsmen destination. They added as specious dining room, two guest cabins, a guide bunk house, ten bathrooms with showers and a state of the art hydronic-glycol heating system which serves the entire complex with safe and efficient hotwater baseboard heat. In 1012 came the engineered wastewater and filtered drinking water systems. Then they upgraded to Yamaha 4-stroke motors for the jet boats, UL approved double-wall tanks for Avgas, Diesel and unleaded fuels and made big runway improvements to handle the bigger, faster twin-engine turbo-prop aircraft. In 2018 a beautiful kitchen addition was completed making Wildman one of the most modern and efficient lodges in Alaska. The Wildman dining room seats 16 guests. There are also two pub tables and a guide table which seats eight. The new kitchen has a triple wash sink with overhead sprayer, the second island has a hand wash sink and vegetable sink. The 48 inch Wolf Range does the heavy lifting, while a new electric wall oven with microwave is in the bake station. Plenty of cabinet and counter space, includes a Hobart dish sanitizer, Wildman logo Bavarian china set for 24 , and ample cookware. The Trappers Den is for socializing and enjoying a view of the river and the Aleutian Mountain Range. All living areas carpeted and well appointed in Knotty Pine. Total square footage of all buildings is 6,544 sq. ft. Included in the sale of Wildman Lodge are six 18 ft. Lowe jet boats which utilize Yamaha 60/40 Four-Stroke jet outboards, two 30 hp Johnson Jets, and one 40 hp Yamaha jet. Plus, three 2000w Honda generators, Two Yanmar diesel gen-sets and spares. Two 500 gal and one 1,000 gallon UL App. Double wall tanks for Avgas, Unleaded, and Diesel.  Wildman Lodge is a unique remote wilderness lodge that offers the best adventures that Alaska has to offer along with all the comforts of home, excellent service, and spectacular surroundings. No Real Property Lake & Peninsula Borough Lease 6009 ASLS 87-131A Lots 1&2 13.38 acres and ADL Lease 227956 2 acres  
$2,999,950
KLUTINA LODGE - Copper Center
#AK309586
, Alaska
11.00 acres
Executive Retreat - KLUTINA LODGE - Fishing and Hunting Resort in the World Famous Copper River Drainage.$0 taxes on this Resort and no permits required to build additional structures. Copper River Salmon is the most famous and sought after Salmon in the world. Klutina Lodge is the only sport fishing lodge located on the Copper River drainage. It offers the worlds best trophy King Salmon fishing with giant Kings and “Red” Sockeye Salmon to be had in abundance. Due to a fire in 2001 this lodge was built back in 2002 with state of the art Timber Frame construction featuring 8” thick Styrofoam walls and 12” ceilings. The big exposed timbers and beams give it a dramatic large log look and feel with the comfort of a 5 star plus energy rating. The Klutina lodge was designed and set up as a corporate retreat and client relation building facility with room for up to 20 people. The hanger house was built in 2009 on a 5 acre parcel adjoining the end of Copper Center #2 airstrip which is a 2800’ state maintained gravel strip. With 3000’ floor space, 1000’ 2 bedroom fully furnished apartment, 40’ bi-fold door, it has separate water well system, septic system,and electric it can be a stand alone or house extra guests.Yes, NO TAXES and NO BUILDING PERMITS are required at this Resort. The Lodge is located in an area that has no municipality, so no taxes. There is a volunteer fire department with the firehouse 1/4 mile away and law enforcement by Alaska State Troopers. The Trans Alaska Oil Pipeline is visible from the deck.Klutina lodge building sizesLodge - 5 bedroom, 4 1/2 bathMain - 1320’ sqLower - 1360’ sqUpper - 360’ sqTotal - 3040’ sqGarage/ fish / crew quarters - 1 crew bedroom, 1 bathMain - 36’ x 30’Up stairs - 12’ x 30’Total 1440’ sqGuest cabin - 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bathMain - 28’ x 20’Upstairs - 28’ x 20’Total 1120’ sqHanger - 2 bedroom, 1 bath, apartment upstairsMain - 50’ x 60’Upper - 20’ x 50’Total - 4000’ sqWood / tool shed11’ x 20’Total - 220’ sqBoat storage shed20’ x 30’Total - 600’ sqProwler camp trailer25’ x 8’Total - 200’ sqTotal = 10,020’ sqMain lodge with guest cabin and hanger housed on 11+ acres of Klutina river frontage property. Hooked to Cooperative electric power supply year round, telephone, cell service, Wi-Fi, garbage dumpster pick up, certified water well, hanger has a separate water well and septic system. 5 star + energy rated and fully code compliant.State of Alaska lodge liquor license # 46981- North River 2008 Commander 24’ wide body aluminum jet boat w/ 496 cubic inch, motor very low time, with full canvas top.1- North River 2003 Commander 24’ aluminum jet boat w 496 cube inch motor, low time, with half canvas top.1- Woolridge 22’ Sport Drifter Aluminum boat with 225 hp Yamaha outboard jet hunting/ fishing boat with full canvas top.1 - GMC 3500 crew cab 1997 diesel lodge/ fuel truck1- Polaris Ranger 2012 Browning Edition UTV low time.Commercial fish processing equipment.Fishing Rods and reels , Spin, Bait cast, Fly.Hip boots.Flotation vests.
$2,990,000
Priced To Sell! Newly Renovated & Profitable Historic Hotel & Restaurant in Sitka, Alaska
#AK258051
Sitka, Alaska
0.00 acres
Newly renovated and located in the heart of downtown in Sitka's historic district, the Sitka Hotel & Restaurant has a rustic but elegant feel with modern amenities. The hotel is comprised of 44 spacious rooms, many of which offer an ocean or mountain view, a luxury restaurant, bar & lounge. The Sitka Hotel & Restaurant offers guests opulent accommodations in an atmosphere of homespun elegance. No expense was spared in the recent remodel and the building is practically new - up to date insulated interior walls, triple pane windows and new wiring and plumbing. 19 years, of a 20 yr. warranty, left on a new membrane roof. All guest rooms have been completely remodeled with the addition of new furniture and the restaurant & kitchen feature new decor and appliances. Overlooking the Sitka Harbor and Crescent Bay, guests are not far from adventure and relaxation; fishing, kayaking, hiking, and golf - there's something for everyone. Amenities: Free WiFi Kitchenette Mini Fridge Microwave HD TV Premium Cable TV Stove Safe Coffee Maker Free Continental Breakfast Free Cancellations Free Local Phone Calls Seller is willing to owner finance or trade. This hotel property, with its recent and complete renovation and profitable operational history, is in first-rate shape for an owner/operator or investment company. Directions: From the Sitka Airport head SE & turn L toward Airport Rd then R onto Airport Rd. Continue onto Harbor Dr then L onto Harbor Rd. Turn R onto Lincoln St. Your new hotel will be on the right. Confidential Business Review available upon execution of our NDA.
$2,950,000
Exclusive and Rare Katmai National Park Property - Lakefront with Access to World-Class Rainbow Fishing
#AK440894
Lake and Peninsula, Alaska
59.00 acres
One of only 3 privately owned parcels of undeveloped land remaining in Katmai Park. Ideal for a private retreat or commercial enterprise with excellent access to a multitude of outdoor activities, including world class Rainbow fishing. This land is buildable, with no restrictions, and has about 2,600 feet of lake frontage offering multiple building sites for your dream cabin or fishing lodge. Very uniquely situated in Katmai National Park on a floatplane accessible lake just 10 miles from the world-famous Brooks Falls, where travelers come to see huge Brown Bear catching Salmon. This is the only privately owned parcel on the lake and is surrounded by park land. The topography is gently rolling with high ground, good drainage and majestic views of, high, distant mountains. Vegetation includes tall spruce, up to 80 feet, Birch trees, Willow, Alder, Cottonwood, tundra and different types of edible wild berries. Call for more information if you wish to own a most unique, authentic and exclusive wilderness property. Area: 890 - Lake & Peninsula Borough Borough/Census Area: 4F - Lake & Peninsula Borough Region: 4 - West & Southwest Alaska Regions Zoning: UNZ - Not Zoned Acres: 59.95 Legal: U.S. Survey No. 8010, Alaska, on the western shore of an unnamed lake, approx. 6 miles SW of Lake Brooks. (See attached Deed for full Legal Description) Seller will fly serious buyers to the property for viewing. Listing agent will be present for all showings. Boundary lines shown in pictures are estimated. Vacant Land Type: Commercial; Recreational; Remote Cash; Conventional Topography: Sloping; Gently Rolling; Hilly; Wetlands To View: Call Listing Licensee, Brad Baker, at (907) 301-3101 - Fly In View Type: Lake; Mountains Water Frontage: Lake Waterfront Name: Olga Lake (unofficial) Access: Floatplane Land Features: View; Wetlands; Trees - Heavy For more information about this rare opportunity to own land in Katmai National Park, contact Brad Baker at (907) 301-3101.
$2,400,000
Stephan Lake Lodge
#AK401380
Matanuska-Susitna, Alaska
5.00 acres
Stephan Lake Lodge is located 140 air miles from Anchorage in the spectacular Talkeetna Mountains and situated on 5 deeded acres with an exclusive lease of approximately 20,000 acres of pristine wilderness. Access is via floatplane landing on the lake, or fixed wing plane landing on the private 3,000+ ft. airstrip. The lodge has been in operation since the late 1960s and offers a casual atmosphere and comfortable accommodations. Overlooking Stephan Lake, the lodge is built of local spruce logs with private rooms, bath, showers, and a massive treated deck with covered porch. The spacious lounge has an open natural stone fireplace and is a wonderful place to relax and share stories of the days adventure. The lodge features two Wi-Fi systems, radiant floor heat, indoor and outdoor bars, commercial laundry room, stainless steel commercial kitchen, six bedrooms ( five with private baths), three feet of insulation under new metal roof, flat screen TV, new beds and linens, new artesian well, four generators, aircraft base station radio with five hand-helds, and a large pantry room.  Unique to Stephan Lake Lodge is the series of outlying cabins.  These rustic log cabins are warm, dry, and comfortable.  They form a loop through the Alaskan wilderness and are a comfortable days walk from each other. There are many opportunities for guests to truly experience the profound beauty and rustic appeal of the surrounding Talkeetna Mountains. The Lodge’s signatures Eco Tours are tailored to each client and feature hiking treks among the outlying cabins. This experience is rich in wildlife viewing, birding and photography opportunities. From the biggest brown bear down to the smallest wildflower, guests experience the most vibrant details of Alaska. Stephan Lake Lodge provides high quality and unique big game trophy hunts in Alaskas spectacular Talkeetna Mountains, Susitna River drainage, and Game Management Units 13E & 14.  Some of the species hunted in this area include; Dall Sheep, Moose, Grizzly/Brown Bear, Black Bear, Wolf, Caribou, and Wolverine. At Stephan Lake Lodge guests enjoy Alaskan wilderness lake and stream fishing the way its meant to be.  The location on 5-mile-long Stephan Lake makes an ideal setting for some of the best fishing in Alaska, and the outflow of Stephan Lake is called Prairie Creek and is the third largest inland King Salmon run in Alaska. The fishing season begins in early June for Rainbow Trout, Arctic Grayling and Lake Trout in the pristine lake.  Salmon fishing begins in July with King Salmon and Red Salmon followed by great Silver Salmon in August in addition to Rainbow Trout and Grayling in the nearby clear water tributary streams. Lodge equipment and inventory list available. See more pictures at Click Here
$1,799,000
Gravina Island
#AK346760
Ketchikan Gateway, Alaska
292.00 acres
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 dont 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 Streets 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!
$1,500,000