A rare find along SE Alaska’s coastline, steeped in history in an area where private parcels are scarce. 78.27 acres at Grindall Point on the Kasaan Peninsula. The original deed dates back to 1904, when it was issued to a former civil war soldier under the soldiers additional Homestead Act of 1862. It is unique in that it has a fresh water water lake on one side of the property and over 1,100 feet of ocean frontage. Recent improvements to the property include access from the beach via an 800 foot road, shot rock building pad & an approved on site septic system. Accessible by boat or floatplane just 13 miles from Kasaan and 22 miles from Ketchikan. This is truly a special parcel and an ideal location for a remote home, retreat or lodge.
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