This home is located on a secluded area where quietness is the norm. For someone who wants to live away from the hustle and bustle of city living and enjoy Alaska at its natural finest, the location is perfect. At only $239,000 it is a great bargain. The exterior, while unfinished, could be done for an affordable amount, making this home a great long term investment.
The three-bedroom, one bath home is suitable for a small family or for empty nesters. Every day in this home will be like a vacation because of the cozy, intimate surroundings and also because of the breathtaking environment surrounding the house.
Location of this home is key! It is near the Log Dreamin’ and Alaskan Odyssey Bed and Breakfasts where one can be pampered while being not too far from home. Seward Airport is only 30 minutes away. One can camp and fish at nearby Bear Lake at all times of the year. Both Providence Clinic and Providence Medical & Care are only 20 minutes. Two Safeway supermarkets are nearby. It is close to Seward while being far from it all, making this a great location to live.
It has an extensive list of amenities that will make country living pleasant. It has a dishwasher for cleaning those dishes used in that great fish meal caught fresh. The heating system is forced air induction, making the home warm and comfortable in those cold sub zero winters.
A nice touch is laminate flooring which will ensure the house stays warm in winter and cool in the few warm months while adding a decorative look.
All three bedrooms are carpeted in gray, adding a feeling of coziness. Also the kitchen features both a range/oven combination; many hearty meals will be cooked. A security system along with a fenced yard will ensure no intruders or animals will enter the property. The drinking water is from a private well, as clear and pristine as water gets.
Vaulted ceilings throughout give the house added space and add personality. An open area where the living and dining room and the kitchen are in one big space is convenient because one doesn’t have to walk far to get anywhere in the house; the open areas are spacious.
The energy sources are both oil and propane, common in Alaska and also plentiful; both are easily accessible and also affordable. The house also has a stove that will further warm the house more; a very practical feature.
It also has a detached, two-car shop and a shed for storage and convenience. For example, say that the venison cannot be cooked at once, it can be stored in the garage along with the snowplow; there’s plenty of room for everything.
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