2022 Auction: Delta Junction - Greely Subdivision

Location


Delta Junction is a second-class city approximately 200 miles west of the Canadian border and approximately 85 miles southeast of Fairbanks. The community centers around the junction of the Alaska and Richardson Highways.

Greely Subdivision is located approximately 3 miles southeast of Delta Junction along the Alaska Highway.


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Parcel-MHT 9400359


  • 7.255 Acres
  • MTRS: F010S011E32
  • Survey: ASLS 79-164
  • Lot 3, Block 7
  • Minimum Bid: $13,000.00
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Parcel-MHT 9400360


  • 7.037 Acres
  • MTRS: F010S011E32
  • Survey: ASLS 79-164
  • Lot 4, Block 7
  • Minimum Bid: $11,5000.00
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Parcel-MHT 9400464


  • 4.624 Acres
  • MTRS: F010S011E31
  • Survey: ASLS 79-164
  • Lot 12, Block 6
  • Minimum Bid: $11,000.00
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Parcel-MHT 9400466


  • 4.575 Acres
  • MTRS: F010S011E32
  • Survey: ASLS 79-164
  • Lot 10, Block 6
  • Minimum Bid: $10,000.00
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Parcel-MHT 9400468


  • 4.575 Acres
  • MTRS: F010S011E32
  • Survey: ASLS 79-164
  • Lot 8, Block 6
  • Minimum Bid: $10,000.00
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Parcel-MHT 9400599


  • 4.575 Acres
  • MTRS: F010S011E32
  • Survey: ASLS 79-164
  • Lot 9, Block 6
  • Minimum Bid: $10,000.00
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Access


The parcels are located outside the Delta Junction city limits. Just south of milepost 1419 of the Alaska Highway  and approximately 3 miles east of the Richardson Highway. Access to parcels are by secondary roads and streets that are gravel, though the roads stop just short of the parcels. Direct access is either by foot, off road vehicle, and/or 4WD vehicle.

Municipal Authority


The parcels are located in the unorganized borough and not subject to property taxes or zoning regulations.

Utilities


Electricity is available in the area by Golden Valley Electric Association; however, natural gas is not available.

There are no public water or sewer services in the area. Private wells and septic systems are common in the area and must conform to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) requirements.

Notes


The topography is generally level and vegetation consist mostly of spruce and aspen trees. Soils are considered adequate to well drained. Surrounding uses include residential and recreational use.

Maps & Survey


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/