Find up-to-date Fairbanks homes for sale below! There's no place quite like Fairbanks, Alaska. Real estate in the state's second largest city means you get to enjoy the perks of city-living while enjoying a small-town closeness to the remote Alaskan wilderness and the rest of the community. With a population of over 32,000 people and many out-of-town visitors throughout the year, Fairbanks remains the gateway to Alaska's interior and arctic regions. Those seeking adventure and comfort in the Last Frontier should look no further. For further information regarding Fairbanks AK properties for sale or to schedule a private home tour, contact your local Fairbanks real estate professionals today.
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Homes For Sale in Fairbanks AK
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Fairbanks Real Estate Market
Find up-to-date Fairbanks homes for sale below! There is a great real estate market in Fairbanks, and the lifestyle is one of the big reasons why this area is so popular. Homes for sale in Fairbanks AK attract buyers from all over! For further information regarding Fairbanks Alaska real estate for sale or to schedule a private home tour, contact your local Fairbanks real estate professionals today.
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Fairbanks Community Highlights
- Seat of the second biggest metropolitan area in Alaska, the Fairbanks North Star Borough, with a borough population of over 100,000.
- Home to the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the Big Dipper Ice Arena, and Growden Memorial Park.
- Fairbanks hosted the 2014 Arctic Winter Games, and is home to the Yukon Quest (a 1000-mile sled dog race) and numerous cross-country skiing events.
- With its subarctic climate, Fairbanks has longer, colder winters and shorter, warmer summers than most of Alaska.
Fairbanks Local Amenities
The residents of the city of Fairbanks are experts when it comes to having fun in the outdoors and some of the activities that can be enjoyed by those living here include hiking, biking, rafting, canoeing and kayaking. Many people choose to visit the nearby state parks and wilderness areas to look at the diverse wildlife that is present throughout Alaska, and others enjoy hunting, fishing and camping as well as many other amenities. In the winter, there is a brand new set of activities to take part in like ice fishing and snowboarding. Some of the popular attractions in Fairbanks include Pioneer Park, the World Eskimo Indian Olympics and the dog sled races.
Houses for sale in Fairbanks Alaska might seem to be a little off the beaten path, as the city is far north along the Chena River, but the truth is, it's quite a popular place to live and not as inaccessible as it might seem. It is quite a ways from Anchorage — being about 360 miles north — but the commute time for most people that live here is actually quite a bit shorter than many other cities in Alaska. It takes Fairbanks residents less than 15 minutes to get to work on average. The area also has a terrific climate with slightly colder winters and slightly warmer summers compared to other regions. In August and April, you can see the Aurora Borealis from Fairbanks.
Fairbanks Historical Record
Fairbanks bears the nickname the "Golden Heart City." This is not just due to the generosity and friendliness of the people that live there, it is also a reminder of how Fairbanks first began – as a settlement during the Gold Rush at the start of the 1900s. The Fort Knox Gold Mine is located here, and is one of the largest gold producers in the nation, as well as one of the oldest. The University of Alaska – Fairbanks is also located here, holding the distinction of the oldest university in Alaska still in operation, and is also the location of the popular Museum of the North.
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