60995 Resurrection Creek Road, Hope, AK 99605

  • MLS#: 23-8386
  • Status: Active
  • Days on Market: 362

  • Beds: 0
  • Baths: 0
  • 3,972 sq.ft.
  • Year Built: 1985
  • 18 acres
  • Garage/Carport: 0 / 0

Property Details

Alaska Forest and Trail B&B, an exceptional property spanning 18.55 acres, nestled in the charming town of Hope, Alaska. This property holds a truly unique distinction as the sole privately owned land along Resurrection Creek from Anchorage to Soldotna, thanks to its status as a Patented Inholding with full mineral rights. Such a distinction is exceedingly rare in Alaska

where the government typically retains ownership of mineral rights on public lands, requiring separate permits and leases for mineral exploration and development. This extraordinary property, which has been closely held by the same family for three generations, is now available for purchase, offering unlimited potential for the next owner. Situated as the gateway between Anchorage and the Kenai Peninsula, it enjoys a prime location just a few hours' drive from both directions, providing convenient access to urban amenities and limitless recreational experiences. Cabins built with Foundations, so Conventional Financing is possible! Also with favorable owner financing options, including the possibility of a 50% down payment, this property presents an enticing opportunity. The busy season spans from mid-May to mid-September, offering ample opportunities for revenue generation. Nature enthusiasts will be delighted by the exceptional salmon fishing opportunities, which surpass even those of the renowned Kenai River. The property's close proximity to Anchorage ensures convenient access via well-maintained roads. Additionally, the area offers the state's premier rafting experience at 6 Mile, along with bike races and concerts. In the last 10 years, Hope has become a destination for concerts, partying, and races. There are trail heads directly on the property with trails that are not as known but accessible from the property. The property is capable of hosting weddings, leveraging its picturesque surroundings. Moreover, equipment rentals for other wedding venues in the area provide an additional revenue stream. Guests are also welcome to bring their RVs, as the property boasts the best RV parking facilities in the region, although it is not heavily promoted to ensure cabin visitors enjoy utmost privacy. Further potential lies in organizing van tours to showcase the scenic wonders of the Kenai Peninsula, while the forthcoming new port at Whittier is expected to significantly transform the area. Notably, Homer is also set to receive a new port, adding to the appeal of the region. The property's impressive gold tours, while currently not extensively advertised, provide an unparalleled experience for visitors. Guests are treated to a demonstration of gold extraction techniques, including how to concentrate, sluice, and pan for golda captivating 2 to 3-hour activity for small groups. Meticulously landscaped grounds enhance the property's aesthetic appeal, and the tax-exempt status of yurts (essentially considered tents) presents an opportunity to build them on the neighboring piece of land across the bridge. Adding to the property's allure, another 10 cabins can be constructed, expanding the accommodation capacity. Hot water tanks are conveniently located beneath the buildings, while water is pumped into the cabins via a 12V pump, similar to RV systems. FLUSHING TOILETS! Power is supplied through generators, offering self-sufficiency akin to an RV setup. The property's irrigation system relies on a spring situated near the pond, providing a continuous water supply at a steady pressure of 25 lbs psi. The system is straightforward and has never failed. Furthermore, hot water heaters, stoves, and refrigerators operate on propane, ensuring efficient functionality. A dedicated groundskeeper takes care of various maintenance tasks, primarily focusing on security measures for the property. The soil composition on the land is devoid of clay, eliminating the challenges typically associated with clay soils and septic systems. To safeguard against potential flooding, the forestry department has constructed a dike system costing $100,000, ensuring the property remains protected. The septic system has been meticulously engineered and, with the addition of another leach field, the property has the potential to support a restaurant and 30 additional cabins. Lastly, a cell phone tower booster is conveniently located on the property, ensuring reliable connectivity for residents and guests alike. Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to acquire the Alaska Forest and Trail B&Ban exquisite property with boundless potential. Contact us to arrange a visit and explore the possibilities this unique offering presents.

Property Features

In City Limits, Living Quarters, On-Site Parking, Restroom(s)-Private, Trailside, Wtrfrnt-Acc Nearby, Wtrfrnt-Actual Frntg

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  • Commercial  
  • 808,038 sq.ft.  
  • Metal 
  • Spring;Private;Well 
  • Hold Tank, Lift Station, Septic Tank 
  • Mountains, River 
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  • 1B - Kenai Peninsula Borough 
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  • 60.8582, -149.633 

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KW Regal North Commercial