Nice apartment. Trailside. Separate entry/parking. Great views - watch the auroras. Quiet & secluded yet close to town. A good to place to relax after a hard day's play! Safe place for children and pets to play. Backs to a park. The Alaska dream!
The apartment is in a very nice neighborhood of Anchorage - Stuckagain Heights. Houses are spread out (1 acre lots) and the area is treed. It has 360 degree views of the inlet, Denali, city lights and mountains. You can see Denali from the upper deck; this is where the photo of Denali Peak was taken.
To reach the property, turn off Tudor (a main artery) onto Campbell Strip Rd by the Botanical Gardens, and travel 4 miles through the forested Far West Bicentennial Park to the secluded neighborhood. There are no cross roads - only trailheads. It is a beautiful drive - yet still in Anchorage! Easy access to all Anchorage, and Alaska has to offer!
The apartment is 1350 square feet, with two rooms. The bedroom has a king size bed, tv, dressers, desk, night stands and large closet. The large 'great room' has a desk, full kitchen with breakfast bar, filtered water/ice from the full side by side refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, stove and pantry. The kitchen has everything needed for cooking (e.g., pots, pans, bake ware, coffee pot, silverware, dishes, blender, mixer, crockpot, etc.). There is kitchen table, couch, loveseat, chair, queen size sofa sleeper, desk, large tv, breakfast bar stools and fireplace. An additional full-size bed can be added, if needed. There is a full-sized washer & dryer and 3/4 bathroom (shower). Dish tv and internet is provided. There is also a large walk-in closet off the living room. All linens are included as are shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body soap, lotion, laundry soap, dryer sheets, and dishwasher/dishwashing soap.
The guests have their own patio with patio furniture and gas grill, and access to the back yard - hike, cross country ski and ride bikes from the property. There are many trailheads along the road and the military lands are available to hike on, however a pass is needed. These trails do not get the use other Anchorage trails do - most of the times you will not see anyone else.
Please remember that there are bear, moose, lynx and other wildlife in the area.