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New Construction For Sale in Wasilla Alaska
5919 N Telluride Circle Wasilla Alaska 99654
MLS number: 16-4723
Square Footage: 2409
Garage : 3 Car Garage
Call Victoria Roberts at 907-351-9434 to see if this property is still available and arrange a showing.
You Will Love the details and open concept of the new construction home...
One of Sumner Company's most popular models, the Foraker has an efficient use of space, open layout, multiple common areas, an upstairs laundry and large bedrooms. The eat-in kitchen has a walk-in pantry and peninsula counter opening to the large dining nook and living room which features an expansive wall of windows and corner fireplace.
The main floor also includes a separate dining room/office immediately off the entry, a 2 story entryway which is overlooked by the stairwell and landing and a half bath. Upstairs, there is the master suite with an efficient walk-in closet. The master bath has a tiled jetted tub, separate tiled shower, double vanities and a linen closet. The second floor is completed with an adjacent living/study area, 3 large bedrooms, a secondary bathroom and a nicely sized laundry room with a floor drain.
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Kitchen Perfect for Entertaining
If entertaining is your forte, there is no better place to do this then from the expansive kitchen in this amazing New Construction home. Pick out your appliances make the kitchen come together, but it's the vast amount of space that makes bringing friends together so easy.
Master Get Away!
Retreat away in your master suite with coffered ceilings, large walk in closet and relax the cares way in your master suite!
Wasilla Alaska is great city located about 45 miles outside of Anchorage, with wilderness and outdoor living and in most subdivisions you can ride your four wheelers and snowmachines. It is a true getaway yet close to Anchorage for the easy commute. Below are just a few things you can do in Wasilla Alaska along with shopping, dining and more we have it all.
What is now called Independence Mine was once two mines: The Alaska Free Gold (Martin) Mine on Skyscraper Mountain, and Independence Mine on Granite Mountain. In 1938 the two were bought together under one company, the Alaska-Pacific Consolidated Mining Company (APC). With a block of 83 mining claims, APC became the largest producer in the Willow Creek Mining District. The claims covered more than 1,350 acres and included 27 structures. In its peak year, 1941, APC employed 204 men, blasted nearly a dozen miles of tunnels, and produced 34,416 ounces of gold worth $1,204,560; today $17,208,000. Twenty-two families lived in nearby Boomtown, with eight children attending the Territorial School in the new bunkhouse.
Things to Do
Learn what it was like to live and work in one of Alaska's largest gold mining camps.
Begin your tour of the Independence Mine State Historical Park at the Mine Mangers's House, which houses the Visitor Center and museum. Inside you'll see displays about mining, natural history and the Independence Mine story.
Take a self-guided interpretive tour through the mine camp.
Near Wasilla, Knik boasts a rich sled-dog history, since it's the home of many Alaskan mushers and checkpoint 4 on the route. For more information about this uniquely Alaskan race, stop in at Iditarod Trail Headquarters. The log-cabin museum's most unusual exhibit is Togo, the famous sled dog that led his team across trackless Norton Sound to deliver serum to diphtheria-threatened Nome in 1925 - a journey that gave rise to today's Iditarod.
Outside, you can get a short sled-dog ride on a wheeled dogsled. The Iditarod, a famous 1100-mile dogsled race to Nome, begins in Anchorage - but only for the sake of appearances. At the end of a short run in Anchorage, the teams wave goodbye to the cameras, pack up their dogs and sleds, and drive to snowier country up north for the 'restart.' Wasilla serves as the second official starting point for the race, though the lack of snow often pushes the restart north to Willow.
Victoria Roberts, Associate Broker
Unity Home Group - EXP Realty
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