Coffman Cove, 5 acres Cedar Grove Lot, MLS #16603
Island Realty #17014 / MLS #16603
Lot 21, Cedar Grove Subdivision, Coffman Cove
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Featured Drone Panaramic view of lot looking towards Straits.
At over five (5) acres, Lot 21 is the largest lot in the Coffman Cove’s Cedar Grove Subdivision. The lot is wooded, with an improved gravel road running along the entire south frontage. Power is available at the road. Two greenbelts border the lot, one to the east (Clarence Strait side) and one to the south. (Three photos and subdivision map below.
Drone video and photo to come later this week,,,,NOTE- Power lines are a mixed blessing.)
No property tax, no city sales tax, and no state tax.
This attractive lot is located on a shelf approximately 2/3 up a hill. It has a large buildable area; your home need not be tucked in one tight corner!
Lot 21 is approximately 2 miles from Coffman Cove city center! Within walking distance yet far enough away that vehicular noise is not an issue.
Coffman Cove is one of the Island’s most desirable communities – a quaint, seaside community that has much to offer a long term Island resident or folks ready to start retirement. The property is about 2 miles from Coffman Cove’s city hall, library, and Southeast Island School District’s Valentine School. The US Post Office, a convenience store, take-out food, gas, city harbor, and new ferry terminal all are nearby. The Island’s paved road system, an Alaska Scenic Byway, connects Coffman Cove to other Prince of Wales communities and off-island transportation, including the Island’s only airport in Klawock and the Inter Island Ferry at Hollis. Salt and fresh water fishing, hiking, camping, canoeing, and other outdoor activities are readily available nearby.
The Tongass National Forest, which surrounds Coffman Cove, offers numerous, nearby recreational opportunities, including canoeing, fishing, hiking, and camping – 30-mile long Honker Divide canoe route, Sweetwater Lake, Luck Lake, and Hatchery Creek. The US Forest Service maintains 18 trails and more than 25 public recreation sites in the Thorne Bay Ranger District (TBRD). TBRD administers federal forest lands in northern Prince of Wales including Mt. Caulder-Mount Holbrook and the Salmon Bay special management areas, as well as the Karta River Wilderness, areas that offer unique outdoor experiences in pristine settings.
Additional information on city services, fishing, hunting, transportation can be found by visiting the City of Coffman Cove’s website: http://ccalaska.com.