10 Most Expensive Homes on the Market in Alaska! By
Owning a beautiful home on the Last Frontier provides an experience unlike anywhere else in the country. From Juneau to Anchorage, you will find multi-million-dollar homes on the market, situated on some of the most beautiful expanses of land you’ve ever laid eyes on. Here are 10 fabulously expensive homes in Alaska.
A huge beachfront lot showcases the architectural grace of this $2.2 million, three-story residence. Spectacular water views, a wine cellar, a workshop, and three fireplaces boost the enjoyment factor in this five-bedroom, three-bath, 5,100-square-foot home.
This mountainside, one-and-a-half-acre estate affords sweeping views across Anchorage to Cook Inlet. Four bedrooms and six baths in 9,600 square feet provide plenty of living space for a family. A home theater, fireplace, and jetted tubs add to the roughly $2 million home’s luxurious feel.
The floor to ceiling windows in this $3.9 million home offer plenty of natural light and gorgeous sunsets over sweeping views of the Cook Inlet. The residence has five bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths in 4,300 square-feet of living space. Custom built-ins and granite counters add even more luxury to this stunning home.
This 10-acre estate along the Kenai River is anchored by a 4,500-square-foot timber lodge home worth $2.75 million. Four bedrooms and baths and cathedral ceilings offer plenty of open, interior space for a family. A separate guest cabin, barbecue building, greenhouse, outbuilding, and two docks will help you enjoy the outdoors, as well.
This three-bedroom, three-bath, chalet-style hideaway is located on 45 oceanfront acres on Admiralty Island. Separate guest/caretakers quarters are also located on the property. An 80-foot floating dock and 500 feet of shoreline offer plenty of access to the water. A green utility center provides the power needed for off the grid living with all the modern conveniences. This home is going for roughly $3.5 million.
A private lakefront retreat in the Alaskan wilderness, this former mining camp is now a five-bedroom, 6,000-square-foot residence with an additional camp bunkhouse, a boat house, a fish shack, and three docks on the property. A former rental, it’s being sold with all its toys, like four-wheelers, barbecue grills, and a Jacuzzi. This one is worth almost $3 million.
This three-story, $2.4 million oceanfront home boasts seven bedrooms and four baths in 5,800 square-feet of living space on a wooded lot. In addition to views across the water, two fireplaces, a stand-alone hot tub, and a sauna will make it hard to ever leave home.
At more than 13,000 square-feet on eight-and-a-half wooded acres, this nearly $2 million estate is ideal for an extended family. In addition to the main house, there are three small apartments with separate access. A huge fireplace and sweeping views from the deck add to the year-round enjoyment of this home.
Clinging snugly to the cliffs over George Inlet, this $3.9 million home boasts 5,600 square-feet of interior living space on one-and-a-half wooded acres. Italian floor tiles, a brick fireplace, and an enclosed deck add to the enjoyment of this six-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath residence.
This $3 million, 5,200-square-foot home was designed by an architect and custom-built for the original owners. It’s located on an 11-acre private island just minutes from Sitka. Watch sunsets and breaching whales from the huge windows in this four-bedroom, five-bath home.