2019 Auction: Sitka - Middle Island S/D
Sitka is a seaside community nestled on the west side of Baranof Island. It is 95 air miles southwest of Juneau and 185 miles northwest of Ketchikan. These waterfront parcels are located on the north end and east side of Middle Island, approximately 2.75 miles from the boat launch located at the Sitka Ferry Terminal. The ferry terminal is approximately 7 miles from the downtown business district.
- 2.139 Acres
- Legal: C055S063E17
- Survey: ASLS 87-129
- Lot 9, Block 3
- Minimum Bid: $55,000.00
- 1.251 Acres
- Legal: C055S063E7
- Survey: ASLS 87-129
- Lot 9, Block 1
- Minimum Bid: $60,000.00
The parcels are accessible by boat or float plane.
Middle Island Subdivision is within the City and Borough of Sitka. Current zoning for Middle Island is open residential low density requiring one acre minimum lot size, allowing mostly for single-family residences.
There are no utilities to the parcel; water supply is generally from rain catchment, and sewage disposal typically involves septic systems or a marine outfall subject to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation standards for development.
MHT 9100501 is a waterfront parcel with an eastern exposure and has a view of the city of Sitka. The terrain from the beach to the timber line is rocky and steep. Approximately 50’ in elevation above the mean high tide line, the terrain changes to a moderate slope that extends to the back of the parcel. The soil conditions observed on the parcel appear to be typical of the region suitable for improvements.
MHT 9100249 has a sand and rock beach suitable for landing a boat. A creek traverses a small portion of the parcel. The soil conditions observed on the parcel appear to be typical of the region suitable for improvements. The terrain slopes gently up from the beach to the southern property line.
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/