Ketchikan Gateway Borough Land for Sale

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Hidden Inlet Resort

23.66 acres
Ketchikan AK 99901
Hidden Inlet Resort is located 75 miles from Ketchikan in beautiful Southeast Alaska. This area of Alaska is well known for its spectacular scenery, pristine waterways, abundant wildlife, and world-cl...
Art Swisher, Coastal Realty-Homer/Sports Afield Trophy Properties
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000 Clover Passage Ketchikan AK 99901
4.1 acres
Clover Passage, AlaskaMore Detail +
Leif Stenfjord , Windermere Real Estate
530 Feet of Beachfront on 4.1 acres with 3 separate contiguous parcels. FD Zoning allows commercial or residential use. Septic installed, float on site and permit in file for dock/pier/ramp.
Refuge Cove Island Ketchikan AK 99901
1.58 acres
Oaksmith IslandMore Detail +
Kenneth Swisher , Sports Afield
Private island in beautiful southeast Alaska with quality built 2 bedroom home. Located just a short boat ride from Ketchikan but feels worlds away. Spectacular scenery all around, world class fishing...
000 CLAM COVE Ketchikan AK 99901
292.58 acres
Gravina IslandMore Detail +
Kenneth Swisher , Sports Afield
This is a spectacular property with a salmon stream and several wilderness lakes. There is deep moorage in front of the property, over 10 acres of patented tidal lands and 2,126 feet of water frontage...

Ketchikan Gateway Borough, AK Land Info

Ketchikan Gateway Borough is a mid-size urban county within what is considered a non-metropolitan part of Alaska. The most common type of land for sale in Ketchikan Gateway Borough recently was farms, while Ketchikan featured the most land for sale. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Ketchikan Gateway Borough at $30,825, with an average list price of $29,900 for land and farms for sale in Ketchikan Gateway Borough. Of Alaska's 29 counties, Ketchikan Gateway Borough ranks eighth in terms of its population (13,709, according to Census data from 2015). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Ketchikan Gateway Borough. In terms of size, Ketchikan Gateway Borough is Alaska's 27th biggest county (1,744 square miles, which represents less than one percent of the state). The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton).

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