Welcome to your best Soldotna real estate resource. In the Central Kenai Peninsula sits Soldotna, Alaska real estate, about 10 miles inland from the coast. Through it runs the Kenai River, the main–but by no means only–source of Soldotna's draw. Together with the city of Kenai to the northwest, the two are often referred to as twin or sister cities, sharing an integrated economy while maintaining their own distinct characters. With a modest number of 4,000 residents, Soldotna is simply outnumbered by the sights that surround it. For information about Soldotna AK homes for sale or to schedule a private showing, call your local Soldotna real estate agents today!
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Homes For Sale in Soldotna AK
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|Average List Price||$306,000|
|Average Sale Price||$274,000|
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Soldotna Housing Market
Welcome to your best Soldotna homes for sale resource. People that buy real estate in Soldotna are often interested in the fishing, but it is not the only thing that draws people to the area. There are plenty of outdoor activities around Soldotna. For more information about houses for sale in Soldotna AK or to schedule a private showing, call your local Soldotna real estate agents today!
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Soldotna Community Highlights
- The Kenai River runs through Soldotna, popular for the hunting and fishing opportunities it provides.
- Located adjacent to the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, which is home to a variety of Alaskan wildlife.
- The city is home to eleven recreational parks, with options for camping, boating, fishing, and more.
- A commercial hub for the Central Peninsula of Alaska, thanks to its location at the junction of the Sterling Highway and Kenai Spur Highway.
Soldotna Local Amenities
The area is well-known for the more than 80-mile Kenai River that runs through it. The river starts in the mountains to the east and empties into the Cook Inlet. This is one of the draws for visitors that come to the area, particularly in spring and summer. The salmon runs are extremely popular. Sockeye, coho and humpback salmon are all present during this time but what everyone is really going after is the king salmon which can get extremely large because the salmon in the Kenai River are in the ocean almost an extra year during their life.
Fisherman from the entire state will flock into Soldotna Alaska in order to catch the biggest king salmon and it is Alaska's biggest hotspot for sports fishing. The larger fish in Alaska get up to about 50 pounds, but the salmon in the Kenai River can get up to nearly 100. The largest salmon on record caught in the Kenai River was 97.2 pounds. It is on the wall at the Soldotna Visitors Center.
There are a whole lot of summer activities too, and one of those that is a favorite among visitors and locals is checking out the wildlife that you'll find alongside the Kenai River. You might come across wolves, bald eagles, bears, caribou and moose, among other Alaskan animals. Beluga whales have been spotted in the area as well. Many people enjoy watching the migratory birds that visit Kenai Flats.
Berry and flower picking can be done right on the side of the road in Soldotna with beautiful wildflowers of many different types. The Kenai Refuge & Visitor Center is a great place to visit as well, particularly if you want to find out about the wildlife of the region. The refuge is nearly two million acres, so it is plenty big enough for you to explore over and over again. There is is a six-acre park that houses the Soldotna Homestead Museum, where replica log cabins and other items from the region's history can be viewed.
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