Alternate Sale Procedure: No
MHT Number: 9400343
Minimum Bid: $10,500.00
Parcel Acres: 4.996
Parcel Road Access: No
MH Parcel Number: FM-1140
Survey: ASLS 80-106
Nenana is fifty-five miles southwest of Fairbanks and is located near the confluence of the Nenana and Tanana Rivers. This area is rich in agricultural lands, is a boater’s paradise, and offers bountiful dog mushing trails. Enjoy scenic drives along the river and mountains galore. Town offers a variety of tourism activities year around for your enjoyment, including museums, guided tours, and the famous Nenana Ice Classic. Denali and Fairbanks are a short drive away and the area hosts many campgrounds for those Alaskan summer excursions. Land just outside of town provides a perfect getaway spot for a remote cabin. Experience tranquility, live on (or off) the grid, be a part of a small-town community, and enjoy easy access to the road system in Nenana.
The parcel is located about 2.5 miles southeast of Nenana and approximately one mile south of the Tanana River. Access is by taking either the Airport Service Road or 9th Street to the east end of the Nenana Airport near the Tanana River. There is an ATV trail that crosses a creek before you join Toklat Way. The creek, depending on season and rain precipitation, can prevent ATV/ORV or walking access. Creek depth may require a boat to cross. From the intersection of Toklat Way and Telsitna Avenue at Lot 13’s southeast corner is another trail that follows an old river channel and goes north and accesses Lot 9. Kantishna Street is not constructed nor is there an existing trail.
There are no utilities available to the parcel. Water is typically handled by private wells and sewer is typically handled by private septic systems which will have to conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) requirements.
This parcel is located near Nenana. It is in an unorganized borough and not subject to any zoning restrictions.
The parcel has level topography with adequate drained soils. Vegetation consists of aspen, black spruce, and birch trees.
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