2020 Auction: Little Tutka Bay

Location


Little Tutka Bay is approximately ten miles south of the community of Homer.

The area provides excellent recreational opportunities such as hiking, kayaking, beachcombing, fishing, and camping. There are a number of maintained trails and some public use cabins within Kachemak Bay State Park on the south side of Kachemak Bay. Typical residential improvements in the area range from small rustic cabins to large custom homes. There are some commercial lodges interspersed in the neighborhood.


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Parcel-MHT 9200655


  • Parcel subject to Alternate Sale Procedures. Please read the Policies and Procedures for details.
  • 1.84 Acres
  • MTRS: S008S013W21
  • Survey: USS 4700
  • Lot 3
  • Minimum Bid: $195,000.00
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Access


Access the parcel is by boat or float plane.

MHT 9200655 is an island near the geographic center of the bay. The channel along the west side of the island is deeper and likely provides the best place for access and moorage.

Municipal Authority


The parcels are within the Kenai Peninsula Borough and is subject to property taxation.

Utilities


No public water or sewer is available in the area. Water in the area is typically obtained by rain collection systems and septic will need to be provided on-site and meet Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) requirements.

Electricity is present in the general area and further information about providing electricity to this parcel can be obtained by contacting Homer Electric Association.

Notes


MHT 9200655 is an island.  The terrain is mostly level and gently rolling over moss covered fallen trees and rocks to the edge of the mostly low, steep rocky shoreline.  Vegetation consists of dense old growth forest with some larger than typical spruce, underbrush, and mossy overgrowth, typical of a maritime climate.

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/