2023 Land Sale Auction: Kasilof (MHT 9200871)

Alternate Sale Procedure: No

MHT Number: 9200871

Minimum Bid: $60,500.00

Parcel Acres: 4.592

Lot: Track 7

Parcel Road Access: Yes

MH Parcel Number: S20061

Survey: TLS 2021-03

MTRS: S003N012W27

Region: Southcentral

General Location: Kasilof

Community/Subdivision (S/D): Lower Cohoe Subdivision


Lower Cohoe Subdivision is located off the highway on North Cohoe Loop road, approximately 15 miles south from Soldotna on the AK-1 South Highway. The subdivision is adjacent to Lower Cohoe Lake with four of the seven lots having lake access. The Kenai Peninsula is known for recreational fishing, hunting, hiking, and outdoor activities. The surrounding neighborhood consists of rural residential properties and includes commercial and light industrial use.

How to Access

Lower Cohoe Loop Subdivision is located approximately 15 miles south from Soldotna on the AK-1 South Highway and off the highway on North Cohoe Loop road. After about 2 miles north on N. Cohoe Loop Road, turn left onto Fairway Avenue and head west for less than a mile, the subdivision begins at the corner of Herrin Street and Fairway Avenue.


Electricity is available to the subdivision. There is no public water or sewer, private wells and septic systems are common in the area and must conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) requirements.

Muni/Borough Authority

The Lower Cohoe Subdivision is outside of the Kenai Peninsula Borough; however, are subject to State of Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation regulations for on-site water and waste-water disposal systems.

Additional Notes

The lots in the subdivision are mostly irregular in shape. The parcels are wooded with vegetation typical of the southcentral region. The subdivision is relatively level and gently sloping.

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Maps and Survey

TLS 2021-03
Note: Maps included are for graphic representation only and are intended to be used as a guide. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to review recorded subdivision plats/maps, surveys, and plat notes for specific information on easements, building setbacks, or other restrictions that will affect any individual parcel. Information is made available at the Department of Natural Resources Public Information Centers or on the web at: http://dnr.alaska.gov/landrecords/

How to Place a Bid

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