PREMIER AUCTIONS : Kenai River Estate

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Kenai, AK

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Sold for $1.43 Million!! Eight registered bidders from Idaho, Texas, and Alaska attended the event. Secluded on the banks of Cook Inlet and the mouth of the Kenai River, formed from the Kenai River, is the 11.6+/- acre Kenai River Estate. With 816+/- front feet of beachfront property, the estate is nestled within lush natural landscaping and Alaskan wildlife. Capturing breathtaking sights of Tustamena, Mt. Lilliamna, Mt. Redoubt, and Mt. Spur mountains, Kenai River Estate offers beautiful ocean sunsets and panoramic views of the picturesque countryside.

The Victorian-style home is four stories and features a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath layout. Selling fully furnished, the home has gorgeous oak and marble flooring throughout and boasts four fireplaces. Perfect for entertaining, the home has a magnificent formal dining room that accommodates twenty guests and a fabulous gourmet kitchen complete with marble countertops and Subzero appliances. Directly adjacent to the kitchen is a circular entertainment room that features a fireplace with bench seating.

The master suite is spacious and inviting with a personal fireplace, sitting room and spectacular views. Jetted tub, marble countertops, and marble tile flooring are a few of the features in the master bath. A fourth floor turret with floor-to-ceiling windows offers magnificent views of the surrounding mountain ranges and is ideal for an office or retreat.

A 3-car attached garage, two outbuildings, and an airplane hangar and landing strip complete this splendid Alaskan waterfront estate.

The rustic town of Kenai is located south of Anchorage and is a recreational playground for anglers, tourists, and wildlife and nature enthusiasts. Surrounded by numerous mountain ranges, historically active volcanoes, and desirable rivers and lakes, the peninsula of Kenai attracts permanent and secondary residents worldwide. The two-million acre Kenai National Refuge is wonderful for camping and hiking opportunities. Wildlife observers can enjoy the over 200 species of birds as well as moose, caribou, and bear that occupy the area. Kenai is most famously known for its world-class trophy fishing. With four different species of salmon, rainbow trout, grayling, and halibut, fishing the Kenai River is unparalleled and continually draws anglers in for its abundant waters.


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