Parcels 28 -30: Yakutat Alaska Subdivision
The community of Yakutat is located on the picturesque Gulf Coast of Alaska and surrounded by the Wrangell St. Elias National Park and Tongass National Forest, the largest National Forest in the United States and the largest contiguous temperate rainforest in the world. Yakutat is located approximately 212 miles northwest of Juneau, approximately 366 miles southeast of Anchorage, and approximately 1085 miles northwest of Seattle.
Transportation to Yakutat is by air or sea. Yakutat has daily scheduled commercial jet service that directly connects with Juneau, Cordova, Anchorage, and Seattle. Yakutat is also serviced by the State of Alaska Marine Highway, which has regular scheduled ferry service to communities in southeast Alaska, Bellingham, Washington and Prince Rupert, British Columbia.
|Parcel #||TLO (MHT) #||Acres||Legal||Survey||Block/Lot||Minimum Bid|
|28||91008222td>||1.888||C027S034E32||ASLS 84-89||Lot 3, Block 12||$30,000.00|
|29||91008232td>||2.062||C027S034E32||ASLS 84-89||Lot 4, Block 12||$40,000.00|
|30||91008242td>||2.452||C027S034E32||ASLS 84-89||Lot 5, Block 12||$47,000.00|
The Yakutat Alaska Subdivision is located approximately 2.3 miles from the Yakutat Airport Terminal and 1.5 miles from the ferry terminal. The parcels can be reached by taking Airport Road then onto Glacier Bear Avenue.
Parcel 28 has access along Resort Road, a 60 foot unconstructed platted road.
Parcels 29 and 30 have road frontage with Glacier Bear Avenue, a constructed gravel road.
Electricity in Yakutat is provided by Yakutat Power, office: 907-784-3242. The overhead powerlines run along the east side of Glacier Bear Avenue. The powerlines run through Parcels 29 and 30. Parcel 28 has no power lines directly connected to the parcel. Electrical connection arrangements will have to be made with Yakutat Power.
Sewer is typically handled by a private septic system and would be subject to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements.
The Yakutat Alaska Subdivision is within the City and Borough of Yakutat and subject to property taxes.
Yakutat offers many activities for the outdoors enthusiast since most of the land within the Yakutat Borough is public lands with limited privately owned lands. Activities include wildlife viewing, hiking, hunting, bird watching, and fishing. Yakutat is renowned for its world class fishery. Fish species include steelhead, king (chinook), red (sockeye), pink (humpy), and silver (coho) salmon.
For more information on Yakutat go to:
State of Alaska, Community Database Online: Yakutat
City and Borough of Yakutat: http://www.yakutatak.govoffice2.com/
Yakutat Chamber of Commerce: http://www.yakutatalaska.com/
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/