Skagway Borough Land for Sale

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5 Properties:

$54,900
Gustav Gustav Street Gustavus AK 99826
2 acres
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Whit Weaver , Coldwell Banker Race Realty
nice two acre building lot with potential view of water if you build a two story.
$50,000
NHN Legal Address Only Gustavus AK 99826
2 acres
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Gwen Place , Coldwell Banker Race Realty
Approximately 2 acres of prime building land in the famed gateway to Glacier Bay, Gustavus, Alaska. This property is located in the Gustavus Airport area within 5 minutes walking distance from the air...
$44,000
nhn Legal Address Only Angoon AK 99820
2.08 acres
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Gwen Place , Coldwell Banker Race Realty
Beautiful wooded 2 acre water front lot, featuring a really nice 240 foot beach right near the town site of Angoon. Access by a very short skiff ride from the Angoon Ferry Terminal landing on the soft...
$79,000
NHN Mountain View Drive Gustavus AK 99826
5 acres
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Whit Weaver , Coldwell Banker Race Realty
Five acres with Mt View road goes right through the middle of the property. Maybe you could put up a toll both. Nice usable property on west side of road. Fantastic road frontage and creek goes throu...
$117,000
NHN Mary's Road Gustavus AK 99826
11.25 acres
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Whit Weaver , Coldwell Banker Race Realty
11.25 of raw land at end of Marys Road..road needs to be extended aprox 200 ft to subject property,

Skagway Borough, AK Land Info

Alaska is one of the smallest farming states in the country. In 2014, the agricultural sector contributed $455 million to the state's economy, or one percent of overall state GDP (placing it 43rd among all U.S. states for income generated through farming and agricultural activities). Approximately 58 percent of Alaska's annual farm income is from livestock products (including poultry, beef and dairy cattle, sheep or hogs and pigs). The other 42 percent comes from crops. Alaska's mountainous, northerly terrain is not optimal for any significant agricultural output, with most of the farmland given over to crop production. According to official Census Bureau stats, there were 762 farms recorded in the state, covering a total of 833,861 acres (or the equivalent of zero percent of the total state land area).

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