Sitka Homes & Real Estate

Find up-to-date Sitka homes for sale below. Sitka, Alaska real estate is unique—even by Alaskan standards. Sitka is a small city-borough located on Baranof Island and the southern half of Chichagof Island in the southeastern Alaska Panhandle. Often considered the state's most beautiful seaside town with its panoramic views and mild climate, it sits comfortably on the west of the island facing the Pacific. Sitka is a place rich in culture and rooted in history, all while being surrounded by a seamless mix of coastal and alpine beauty. Searching for more information on properties for sale in Sitka? Arrange for a private showing by contacting your local real estate experts today! Read more about Sitka real estate.

Homes For Sale in Sitka AK

Sitka Real Estate Statistics October 27, 2020
10
Listed
305
Avg. DOM
$339.12
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$374,500
Med. List Price
10 Properties
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Listing information was last updated on: October 27, 2020

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Sitka Local Highlights

  • Home to a quarter of the national historical locations in all of Alaska, including St. Michael's Cathedral and Sitka National Historic Park.
  • Sitka is also the original site of the Alaska Purchase, which took place in 1867 and transferred ownership of the land from Russia to the US.
  • Mild winter temperatures and pleasant summer temperatures thanks to the city's oceanic climate.
  • The City-Borough of Sitka is the largest city by area in the entire United States, four times the size of Rhode Island.

Sitka Community Amenities

It's not just residents of the town that love Sitka... plenty of tourists also visit the town, as it is one of the most popular port-of-calls in Alaska when it comes to passenger vessels and nearly all of the cruise lines that come to Alaska. There is also access by plane daily, with flights from Anchorage and Seattle, and these amenities allow people to enjoy houses for sale in Sitka, Alaska while the big city is still close enough to use.

There is a great art scene near Sitka real estate, home to many professional and amateur artists, as well as a number of art galleries. There are also many other art forms present here as well, like jazz music. This is celebrated with the Sitka Jazz Festival and other summer music festivals. There are also great shops, restaurants and much more. Many of the people in Sitka keep busy all year with various outdoor activities: scuba diving and snorkeling are popular summer pursuits as well as fishing and checking out the wildlife. There is also great rafting, kayaking and whale watching in the ocean and there is great fishing as well with salmon, trout and char popular pursuits.

Sitka is also a popular place for couples to hold their wedding. The views are probably the main reason why. There are incredible landscapes made by the bodies of water on the shores of Sitka and the sights, sounds and smells of the bay and the ocean itself is very relaxing and romantic. There are small islands nearby, as well as the Tongass rainforest and views of Mount Edgecumbe, which is an inactive volcano that is located on Kruzof Island.

Sitka Historical Record

Sitka has had a great history which has created a very unique identity for the town. The best proof of this comes in the collective preservation and celebration of the Sitkan culture. Throughout the town, you can find 24 attractions that are on the National Register of Historic Places, which is one-fourth of the register located in the entire state of Alaska. When Sitka began, it was the capital of the then Russian-owned America, until the United States bought it in 1867. However, there was still a lot of history before Russia colonized the region, especially from the Tingit people who were native to the region. Some of the historic places in Sitka include St. Michael's Cathedral, Sitka National Historic Park and the Russian Bishop's House.

Sitka Real Estate Agents

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