The Black Rock lots at Cliff Point Estates boast six unique homesites all overlooking the black-sand beach and remarkable slate outcroppings of Kodiak Island’s shoreline. The lots feature incredible 360º views, along with unparalleled nearby recreation, activities and amenities. Nowhere else can you find this sort of luxury living coupled with scenic seclusion, outdoor recreation and oceanfront enjoyment.Land Each lot offers incredible privacy with easy and maintained access Unlimited development opportunities with no timeframe for construction Build your dream or retirement home – or a quaint accessory building/ mother-in-law suite to start Worldclass Hunting and Fishing Unlimited outdoor recreation Gated community with paved road access There is power run to each lot Water would require a well (approx $18,000) and septic ($27,000) Scenic oceanfront views with nearby services and amenities (Over 50 premium lots available at Cliff Point Estates.) RecreationIn addition to the many amenities offered through the local cities, perhaps one of the greatest draws of Kodiak is the Island’s renowned recreation. There is no shortage of things to do in the area. Spring and Summer offer great opportunities for whitewater rafting, kayaking, fly fishing, snorkeling, wildlife watching and hiking; while Wintertime gives visitors the chance to watch the glorious aurora borealis or northern lights, as well as enjoy Alaska’s official sport of dog sled racing, backcountry skiing, Alpine snowboarding, snowmobiling and so much more! Alaska is also arguably one of the best places on Earth for great hunting and fishing. Kodiak, itself, is a renowned fishing destination that offers access to all five species of salmon, along with halibut, rockfish, cod and trout. Halibut is the world’s largest flatfish, growing upwards of over 400 lbs., and are abundant in the waters near Kodiak Island. In addition, all five species of Pacific salmon can be fished here. Along with great fishing, Kodiak boasts some of the best hunting in the world. Home to some of North America’s largest and most sought-after game animals, the area is a true hunter’s paradise.