Kenai Peninsula Real Estate
One area of Alaska which continually represents both the majestic and unique qualities of “The Last Frontier” is the Kenai Peninsula. This large peninsula, just south of Anchorage, features world class fishing, thousands of lakes, several noteworthy rivers, adventurous hikes, and breathtaking mountain vistas. Most Alaskans access the Kenai Peninsula by driving south on the Seward Highway. Rounding Portage Glacier a world of possibilities opens up as the road meanders toward some of our state’s most popular sites. Towns like Seward, Kenai, Homer, and Soldotna all lay ahead. A slew of salmon and halibut are waiting to be caught. The turquoise waters of the Kenai River glimmer as you coast by. There are clams to dig, trails to hike, lakes to kayak, hunts to explore, glaciers to climb, and a limitless abundance of nature to explore.
While The Matt Dimmick Team is based in Anchorage, we have years of experience dealing with, and living in this area of Alaska. Matt Dimmick himself called Soldotna home for much of the year operating a renowned Fishing Lodge on the banks of the Kenai River. Fishing and hunting are the main draw in this area, with the economy fluctuating during these peak seasons. Seward and Homer offer deep sea fishing, Kenai and Soldotna have some of the best Salmon runs in the world, and everywhere in between can be a great place to find recreation. Homes and properties vary as much as anywhere in the state. Many Alaskans find themselves using cabins as a weekend getaway. The 57,000 year-round residents can find any measure of housing options and locations. Vacant Land is easily found to suit custom builds. Seclusion and solidarity can be enjoyed here away from the larger urban centers, to experience an unencumbered Alaskan Paradise.