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Last of its kind, ONE OF A KIND! ''RARE FIND'' is an understatement. Surrounded by Alaska wilderness, this PATENTED property features a GOLD CLAIM, RESURRECTION CREEK with a healthy SALMON RUN, PRIVACY that is at the END OF THE ROAD. A main house w/deck overlooking the river, additional CABINS offer room for family, friends or rental income. Resurrection Trail begins at front of this property.Somewhere along the Seward Highway is a landmark. It's called the Hope turnoff. We all know it, we all look for it and we gauge our trips back and forth by it...as we pass it by. But, how many times have we taken that turnoff and traveled those 18 miles to the actual quaint seaside town of Hope? Many have heard of Hope's rich history. A history that spans 127 years. Hope began as a goldrush town in 1896 and of course it has had it's days of boom and bust. But, contrary to popular belief this small Alaskan gem is far from bust today. Set aside it's picturesque privacy, it's charming seaside location, and it's infinitely beautiful surroundings; this modern little undiscovered treasure already has bars, cafes, restaurants, shops and a lively night life. But, more than that, it has camping, hiking and endless mountain biking. Those not in the know, say, "Ya, but we've got Hatcher's Pass". I say, "Ya, if that's all you want". Hope is at the base of two trailheads (Palmer Creek and Resurrection Creek) that span thousands of acres of Alaskan wilderness with established trails. Here's an oft heard phrase. "Best kept secret." The way I see it, 18 miles of paved road lies between adventure seekers and an amazing Alaskan adventure, and a mere 23 miles lies between an Alaskan entrepreneur and THE MOST AMAZING, nestled, hidden gold mine in Alaska. Why, because at the end of the road, there is an 18 plus acre property that is so unique geographically and legally, that it is truly an invaluable gold nugget that someone actually put a value on. Imagine, over 18 acres of private, patented land, with carefully crafted infrastructure already in place. All within the boundaries of a national forest. Starting to get gold fever?

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60995 Resurrection Creek Road Hope, AK 99605

  • Price: $3,000,000
  • Status: Active
  • Updated: 13 min ago
  • MLS #: 21-10222
6
Beds
6
Baths
0
½ Baths
18.55
Acres
3,972
SQFT
$755
$/SQFT
1985
Built
Neighborhood:
Hope
Area:
Hope
Elementary School:
Hope
Middle School:
Hope
High School:
Hope
Property Description
Last of its kind, ONE OF A KIND! ''RARE FIND'' is an understatement. Surrounded by Alaska wilderness, this PATENTED property features a GOLD CLAIM, RESURRECTION CREEK with a healthy SALMON RUN, PRIVACY that is at the END OF THE ROAD. A main house w/deck overlooking the river, additional CABINS offer room for family, friends or rental income. Resurrection Trail begins at front of this property.Somewhere along the Seward Highway is a landmark. It's called the Hope turnoff. We all know it, we all look for it and we gauge our trips back and forth by it...as we pass it by. But, how many times have we taken that turnoff and traveled those 18 miles to the actual quaint seaside town of Hope? Many have heard of Hope's rich history. A history that spans 127 years. Hope began as a goldrush town in 1896 and of course it has had it's days of boom and bust. But, contrary to popular belief this small Alaskan gem is far from bust today. Set aside it's picturesque privacy, it's charming seaside location, and it's infinitely beautiful surroundings; this modern little undiscovered treasure already has bars, cafes, restaurants, shops and a lively night life. But, more than that, it has camping, hiking and endless mountain biking. Those not in the know, say, "Ya, but we've got Hatcher's Pass". I say, "Ya, if that's all you want". Hope is at the base of two trailheads (Palmer Creek and Resurrection Creek) that span thousands of acres of Alaskan wilderness with established trails. Here's an oft heard phrase. "Best kept secret." The way I see it, 18 miles of paved road lies between adventure seekers and an amazing Alaskan adventure, and a mere 23 miles lies between an Alaskan entrepreneur and THE MOST AMAZING, nestled, hidden gold mine in Alaska. Why, because at the end of the road, there is an 18 plus acre property that is so unique geographically and legally, that it is truly an invaluable gold nugget that someone actually put a value on. Imagine, over 18 acres of private, patented land, with carefully crafted infrastructure already in place. All within the boundaries of a national forest. Starting to get gold fever?
Exterior Features

Access Type GovernmentGravelMaintainedPrivate Carport Spaces 0 Carport Type None Construction Type LogPost & BeamWood FrameWood Frame - 2X4Wood Frame - 2X6Wood Frame - 2X8 Exterior Finish LogWood Features Additional Deck/PatioFire PitLandscapingPrivate YardRoad Service AreaRv ParkingShedStorageTrailsideWaterfrontWaterfront Access Foundation Type BlockPost On PadSono Tubes Garage Type None Roof Type Metal Topography Hilly View Type LakeMountainsRiver Waterfront Access Near Ocean Waterfront Frontage CreekPondSlough/Estuary

Interior Features

Features Interior FireplaceFreezer-Stand AloneGas CooktopRange/OvenRefrigeratorVaulted Ceiling(S) Floor Style CabinRanch-Raised Fuel Type ElectricOilWood Heat Type Forced AirKerosene/Oil HeaterStove

Property Features

Borough Census Area 1B - Kenai Peninsula Borough Construction Status Existing Structure Foreclosure Bank Owned No Mortgage Info EMMinimum Deposit 50000.00 New Finance Terms CashOwner Finance Region 1 - Southcentral Alaska Region Residential Type B & B in OperationB & B PotentialRecreational/CabinSingle Family Res Sewer Type Hold TankLift StationSeptic Tank Water Type PrivateSpringWell Zoning Res - Residential (Unofficial)

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DISCLAIMER: The listing content relating to real estate for sale on this web site comes in part from the IDX Program of Alaska Multiple Listing Service, Inc. (AK MLS). Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than Keller Williams Realty Alaska Group are marked with either the listing brokerage's logo or the AK MLS logo and information about them includes the name of the listing brokerage. All information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified for accuracy. Listing information was last updated on: 2021-09-17T14:39:28.27.

 
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