Etolin View Subdivision
The University of Alaska is offering several lots for sale within the Etolin View
Subdivision. The subdivision is located approximately 1.5 to 2 miles south of Coffman
Cove, along Forest Service Development Road No. 3030, and within the boundaries of
the City of Coffman Cove on Prince of Wales Island. With the exception of Forest
Service Development Road No. 3030, rights-of-way within the subdivision are surveyed
but not constructed. Lot owners are responsible for the construction and maintenance
of required roads.
Coffman Cove is a small community of about 200 people and is located on the Prince of Wales Island road system with connections to Thorne Bay, Kasaan, Naukati Bay, Whale Pass, Port Protection, Klawock, Craig, Hydaburg and Hollis. Alaska Inter-Island Ferry service is available between Ketchikan and Hollis, 78 miles from the City of Coffman Cove traveling on a recently paved highway.
The Etolin View Subdivision contains a mixed forest of hemlock, spruce and red cedar. Muskeg and very poorly drained forested areas may be found within the subdivision. Tract A of this subdivision is approximately 76 acres and dedicated green space. Topography is gently sloping from USFS Road 3030 easterly to Clarence Strait. Bedrock can generally be found at an average depth of two to three feet, with thin overlying organic soils. Lot types include stream front (on the southeast boundary of the subdivision), developed road frontage (USFS Road 3030) and undeveloped subdivision road access.
All lots will be sold at or above fair market value.
This notice is effective until all lots are sold.
Interested parties should thoroughly inspect these lots prior to submitting an offer to ensure that the lots are suitable for the party’s intended use and to determine all permitting requirements related to that intended use. Additional information regarding these lots may be available from local, state and federal offices, including but not limited to: the city or borough assessor’s office, building permitting office and land planning office; local utility companies; district recorder’s office; the State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Department of Environmental Conservation, Department of Fish and Game and Department of Transportation and Public Facilities; and the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management, Geological Survey and Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The standard documents that will be used to close sales in this offering are available for review below. A copy of the Etolin View Subdivision Plat #2008-42 (Ketchikan) and Plat #2008-14 (Petersburg) are available at the District Recorder’s office in Ketchikan and Petersburg (Phone: 907.225.3142) or online http://dnr.alaska.gov/ssd/recoff (click on “Searches”, then “Plat Search”).
The price listed below is the MINIMUM PRICE.
Cash Purchase Terms and Conditions
The parcel(s) listed above is being offered for sale by the University of Alaska on a first come, first served basis, at or above the Minimum Price. The terms and conditions of this offering are available below. Offer to Purchase Forms are attached to the terms and conditions. Offers must include a minimum of ten percent (10%) of the offer amount, to be applied towards the purchase price. Cash purchases require that the entire balance of the purchase price be paid in full at the time of closing. Cash sales typically take up to 90 days to close, but earlier closings may be accommodated at the University's discretion. Sample copies of the University's current cash sale closing documents are available for review below.