Alternate Sale Procedure: Yes
MHT Number: 9101275
Minimum Bid: $422,500.00
Parcel Acres: 7.050
Parcel Road Access: Yes
MH Parcel Number: C20450.002
Survey: USS 3312
The city of Skagway is located approximately 90 miles northeast of Juneau by charter flight or by the Klondike Highway that runs through Canada.
Skagway is generally a quiet city until cruise ships bring tourists to the small town nestled in at the end of the Lynn Canal. The city has a long goldrush history and was an important port during the Klondike Gold Rush. The White Pass and Yukon Route narrow gauge railroad, part of the area’s mining past, still operates during the summer. The port of Skagway is a popular stop for cruise ships, and the tourism is a big part of the business of Skagway.
This parcel has been selected and is subject to the Alternate Sale Procedure. Please review the posted Policy and Procedures for how to place a bid.
The parcel may be accessed by the Klondike Highway that bisects the parcel. The downhill portion is near Skagway River.
Electricity is available in the area but not developed on the parcel. There is no public water or sewer, private water entrapment and septic systems are common in the area and must conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC).
The parcel is located within the Municipality of Skagway and may be subject to real property taxes and zoning restrictions.
The parcel’s 7.050 acres are bisected and includes the right-of-way for the Klondike Highway. The upland portion of the parcel is a steep hillside; whereas, the east side of the parcel near the river is relatively flat and suitable for development. The right-of-way encumbers approximately 1.2 acres from the 7.05 noted. The portion of the parcel adjacent to the river is approximately 1.85 acres.
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