$219,000   •   2.1 Acres

Lot 4 of the Etolin View subdivision offers 2.10 +/- acres of pristine ocean front land that is a perfect candidate for the building of one's dream property. The lot looks out at the Clarence Strait off the coast of Coffman Cove. Coffman Cove offers world class views, adventure, and recreation making this the perfect location to build a dream Alaskan getaway! LandThis 2.10 +/- acre oceanfront lot boasts a dense covering of timber, providing significant privacy throughout the property. The land gently slopes towards the ocean, enhancing the scenic views and offering easy access to the shoreline. The ample trees on the lot not only contribute to its seclusion but also suggests the potential for sustainable harvesting or simply enjoying the natural beauty of the surroundings. This oceanfront lot is in a one of a kind location and is the perfect opportunity for building a dream get-a-way. RecreationCoffman Cove, Alaska, offers a variety of recreational opportunities, particularly for those who enjoy outdoor activities and nature-based experiences. Fishing: Coffman Cove is known for its excellent fishing opportunities. Anglers can expect to catch salmon, halibut, cod, and various other species in the surrounding waters. Whether you’re a novice or an experienced fisherman, there are options for both shore and deep-sea fishing. Kayaking and Canoeing:  With its pristine coastline and calm waters, Coffman Cove is an ideal destination for kayaking and canoeing. Paddle along the scenic shorelines, explore hidden coves, and perhaps even encounter some local wildlife like seals or bald eagles. Hiking and Nature Trails: The surrounding wilderness of Coffman Cove offers numerous hiking trails that cater to all skill levels. From leisurely strolls through old-growth forests to more challenging hikes with panoramic views, there’s something for everyone. Wildlife Viewing: Wildlife enthusiasts will find plenty to see in Coffman Cove. Take a wildlife-watching tour to observe bears, whales, sea otters, and other marine mammals in their natural habitats. Overall, Coffman Cove offers a wide range of recreational activities for outdoor enthusiasts, providing opportunities to experience the unique wilderness of Alaska. HistoryCoffman Cove, located on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska, has a history closely tied to the natural resources of the region. Originally inhabited by indigenous peoples, including the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian, the area was later explored by Russian and European traders in the 18th and 19th centuries, drawn by the abundant fur-bearing animals. In the late 19th century, as Alaska’s economy began to diversify, mining and logging became significant industries on Prince of Wales Island. Logging, in particular, played a central role in Coffman Cove’s history, with the establishment of logging camps and sawmills to exploit the island’s vast timber resources. The community of Coffman Cove itself began to take shape in the mid-20th century with the construction of a sawmill by the Ketchikan Pulp Company. The sawmill brought economic growth and development to the area, attracting workers and their families. However, like many logging communities in Alaska, Coffman Cove experienced fluctuations in its economy due to changes in the timber industry, including shifts in demand and environmental regulations. Despite these challenges, Coffman Cove has persevered, diversifying its economy to include tourism, fishing, and other outdoor recreational activities. Today, Coffman Cove remains a small but resilient community, known for its scenic beauty, outdoor adventures, and strong sense of community spirit. LocationPrince of Wales Island is the fourth-largest island in the United States and the largest island in the state of Alaska. Prince of Wales Island is located in the southeastern region of Alaska, near the border with Canada’s British Columbia province. It is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Inside Passage to the east. Prince of Wales Island lies just west of the Canadian province of British Columbia, separated by the Dixon Entrance, which serves as the maritime boundary between the United States and Canada.  The city of Ketchikan, one of the major population centers in southeastern Alaska, is approximately 30 miles northeast of Prince of Wales Island. Ketchikan serves as a gateway to the island and is accessible by ferry, seaplane, or daily flights from Klawock to Ketchikan through Island Air Express. Coffman Cove is situated on the eastern coast of Prince of Wales Island, facing the Inside Passage. It is nestled within the Tongass National Forest, offering stunning views of the surrounding mountains, forests, and coastline.  Coffman Cove, a community known for its recreational opportunities, is a one of a kind location providing easy access to the island’s natural beauty and outdoor adventures. An added benefit to being a property owner in Coffman Cove is that there are no property taxes. Enjoy this incredible area with low yearly expenses!


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
John Herrity
John Herrity

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