1100 North Point Higgins Road, Ketchikan, Alaska 99901
Alaska-sized six-bedroom, four and one-half bath custom water view home overlooking Clover Passage. With over 6,000 square feet of living space this home offers on the two upper floors a custom island kitchen with modern stainless steel appliances, an oversized master suite with a walk-in closet, formal dining area, formal living room with cathedral ceilings and huge family/TV rooms.
This desirable waterfront Alaskan getaway cabin is only a few minutes north from Knudsen Cove Marina, in Clover Passage, right across from stack island. There is 3 lots in total combined to be just over 4 acres of land with 530 linear ft of water frontage. The cabin itself is approximately 1,000 SF with 2 floors and a large deck which provides access to both entrances.
Two adjoining residential building lots totaling over three acres. Each lot has gentle terrain and is easily accessible by driveway from North Tongass Highway. Zoned residential with excellent development possibilities. Lots sold together.
Private and secluded nearly half-acre waterfront lot with a heavenly half-moon sandy beach. Stunning views of Betton, Hump and Back Islands and adjacent to Settlers Cove State Park. You will not find a nicer and more private waterfront parcel for a home, cabin or simply your own place to picnic.
Recently re-platted from two separate parcels into one, this 30,072 square foot flat wooded lot in a quiet mountainside street is ready for your ideas! Once cleared and developed, views can be had that stretch for miles. Access is off of the paved Thimbleberry road which is just south from Cranberry road on the mountain side of the highway.
Top of the world view! This lot is nearly 1/2 acre of uncleared building potential. Set at the cul-du-sac end of Refuge Court, a small neighborhood minutes from town, this lot is ready to be your new homesite. You won't find a better view at a more affordable price. Enjoy views of the ocean, mountains, full sunshine, and harbor activity from your very own slice of Southeast Alaska.