State offers over 450 parcels for sale to Alaska residents

ANCHORAGE ­­— The Department of Natural Resources is pleased to announce the offering of more than 450 subdivided parcels across the state. These surveyed parcels have a variety of unique amenities and attributes – oceanfront, lakefront, riverfront, and roadside parcels, as well as remote interior lots are all available.

Brochures are available free at the Department of Natural Resources’ Public Information Centers in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Juneau. Alternatively, the brochure may be viewed or downloaded from the links provided from the DNR home page at http://dnr.alaska.gov.

Bidding opens to Alaska residents at 10 a.m., March 28, and ends at 5 p.m., May 30. Sealed bids may be submitted in person, by mail, or online and the apparent high bidders will be notified soon after, as described in the brochure.

If part of your Alaskan dream is to own a piece of America’s Last Frontier, the State encourages you to review the properties listed and visit the Department’s website where you will find additional information about their other land sale programs. For faster, more frequent updates, you can subscribe to the program’s email subscription list, “like” DNR Land Sales on Facebook at http://facebook.com/alaskaland/, or follow them on Twitter at http://twitter.com/#AlaskaLand4Sale/.

If you have questions, please contact the Auction team at subdivision.sales@alaska.gov or call (907) 269-8400 for additional information.

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