1,482 OCEAN FRONT! 46.5 acres prime real estate. Over 1/4 mile of coastal beach, just south of Anchor Point adjacent to thousands of acres State Land (15-9624)
Over 1/4 mile of coastal beach, just south of Anchor Point, AK and 16 miles north of Homer, AK. Level to rolling lightly wooded terrain, with private access to Cook Inlet beach. Direct access to Government land w/miles of Hunting & fishing. Views of the Aleutian Range, Chinitna Point, Chigmit Mountains and more! 17 lots!
Use as subdivision investment development or one huge recreational lodge residence single lot on this unbelievable waterfront property in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula. Property can be used in estate planning with individual lots with separate ID #s attached picture of government land showing in pink. Bear, moose and abundant wildlife and some of the finest salmon & halibut fishing in the world. Very rare property
Abundant wildlife,bear, upland game, waterfowl, duck, big game, moose, small game, saltwater fishing, offshore fishing, ATV trails, public land access, equestrian trails, hiking trails, biking trails, bird watching, road frontage, multi-unit, multi-family, this property has it all.
Property Facts & Features
MOPLS #: 21424
Creek / Stream
ATV Trail Riding
Public Land Access
Multi - Family
Multi - Unit
Remote All Alaskan Hand Build Lodge & 3 Rental Cabins on Kachemak Bay. A TRUE LIFESTYE CHANGE. Very profitable 25+ year operation includes Ocean Real Estate main lodge, 3 cabins, sauna house, rustic outhouses, 2 outdoor kitchens, 16 passenger ocean boat, 25+ custom kayaks with gear, 2 boat docks, reserved slip in the Homer Marina and all business names and intellectual properties all with views to die for.
Experience Alaska with a long established first class outfitter. Tours offers guided kayaking from their spectacular basecamp in the heart of Kachemak Bay State Park. The central location has a wealth of diverse paddling routes and loops to choose from,.including Gull Island bird rookery and its 16,000 nesting birds and China Poot Bay, often touted as one of the worlds richest estuaries with its vast system of tidal channels. Years