Parcel 9: Wrangell, Wrangell Island East Subdivision

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The City and Borough of Wrangell is located on the northwest tip of Wrangell Island, 155 miles south of Juneau and 89 miles northwest of Ketchikan. It is near the mouth of the Stikine River, a historic trade route to the Canadian Interior.

The Wrangell Island East Subdivision is located in two separate areas east and southeast of the City of Wrangell on Wrangell Island, fronting on Eastern Passage. The City of Wrangell’s airport is situated about six to seven miles from Parcel 9. The parcel is a waterfront lot with good views of the Eastern Passage.

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Parcel # TLO (MHT) # Acres Legal Survey Block/Lot Minimum Bid
991007844.145C063S084E12,13ASLS 83-8Lot 1, Block 5$42,000.00


The parcel is located in the southeastern portion of the subdivision with no constructed road access. Access to the parcel is by boat or aircraft.



No public utilities are available in the area. Private individual generators will be needed to obtain Electricity. Water in the area is typically obtained by private onsite cistern system with a roof catchment system and septic will need to be provided on-site and meet Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation requirements.


Municipal Authority

The parcel is located within the City and Borough of Wrangell and is subject to real property taxation.


The parcel is mostly wooded with a combination of spruce, hemlock and alder trees. Undergrowth includes berry bushes, devils club, and the typical flora found throughout Southeast Alaska including mosses, ferns, etc. Soils appear to be silty/sandy clay overlying bedrock.

Parcel 9 has approximately 267 feet of waterfrontage and has moderately sloping topography with some small muskeg areas.

For more information on Wrangell go to:
State of Alaska, Community Database: Wrangell
City and Borough of Wrangell:


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: