When we last checked, about a year and a half ago, a 45-acre waterfront property with a German-style chalet was Alaska’s priciest property, with a $ 4,750,000 price tag. But just last week, it was topped by a 31.3-acre property with its own golf course, artesian well, and gold mine (real and documented)—all for $ 6,500,000. Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new “most expensive” titleholder!
“There isn’t much gold left in the mine,” confesses listing agent . . .