Parcels 42 – 44: Salcha, Little Harding Lake Subdivision
Salcha is located at the mouth of the Salcha River, 33 miles southeast of Fairbanks on the Richardson Highway, near what was once the Aurora Lodge.
These parcels are close to Harding Lake, a popular body of water for canoes, motorized boats, jet skis or other watercraft. The shoreline is lined with recreational cabins and a few year round homes. Harding Lake State Recreation Area (SRA) is located on the north side of the lake. The recreation area features a boat launch facility, picnic sites, ball fields. Hiking along nature trails is another activity available at Harding Lake SRA. There is fishing for lake trout, arctic char and burbot.
Little Harding Lake Subdivision is located between Salcha Drive and Little Harding Lake near milepost 319 Richardson Highway, approximately 37 miles southeast of Fairbanks. The neighborhood which includes Harding Lake is located adjacent (across Salcha Drive) to the subdivision.
Little Harding Lake is a small lake/pond, approximately 50 acres in size which Alaska Department of Fish and Game used to stock with rainbow trout before northern pike found its way into the lake.
Photos will be available soon.
|Parcel #||TLO (MHT) #||Acres||Legal||Survey||Block/Lot||Minimum Bid|
|42||94005212td>||1.838||F006S004E11||TLS 2013-04||Tract F||$39,000.00|
|43||94005222td>||1.885||F006S004E11||TLS 2013-04||Tract G||$39,500.00|
|44||94005242td>||2.014||F006S004E11||TLS 2013-04||Tract I||$19,000.00|
All three parcels have road frontage and access by Salcha Drive, a paved road.
Electricity and phone service is available along the road frontage. Public water and sewer are not available in the area. Water is typically handled by a private well or holding tank and sewer is typically handled by a private septic system which would have to conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements.
Parcels 44 is an upland lot and is situated on a gentle to moderate north facing slope. Vegetation on the parcels includes black spruce and some birch trees. Soils are poorly to adequately drained with some permafrost.
For more information about Salcha go to:
State of Alaska, Community Database online: Salcha
Fairbanks North Star Borough: http://www.co.fairbanks.ak.us/
State of Alaska, Division of Parks: http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/units/harding.htm
Maps & Survey
Note: Maps included are for graphic representation only and are intended to be used as a guide. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to review recorded subdivision plats/maps, surveys, and plat notes for specific information on easements, building setbacks, or other restrictions that will affect any individual parcel. Information is made available at the Department of Natural Resources Public Information Centers or on the web at: http://dnr.alaska.gov/landrecords/