I live in Seattle and am a teaching studio artist, and circumstances are making it more sensible to consider leasing this land for residential development, or to sell the property, or possibly part of it with building lot with a new subdivision. I was born in Alaska and the property has been in my family since 1970. I'm interested in your ideas!
The property has some unusual features: it has substantial private beachfront (due to the growth of the beach over the years), a fully overgrown bluff (no sandy cliffs or erosion) with old trees and good spots for an easy trail to the beach; as I mentioned it is entirely undeveloped, has access to water and sewer now, and might be the only parcel like this available.
I am interested in the possibility in leasing out the land, for perhaps 5-10 years, for long term residential use; like a mobile home lease, but available for larger, possibly moveable cabins, yurts, houses etc. The land lease has several potential advantages, including potentially lowering costs for people who would like to live on beachfront right in Homer. Lease terms could be negotiated as long as the uses were all legal within zoning restrictions.
If you are interested, please email me (contact info on my profile) to be put on the contact list for interested parties.
Update: The $799,000 listing (for five acres) on Kachemak Drive, just a few hundred feet away to the east, has recently been sold. This leaves this as one of the very few beach properties inside the City Limits of Homer. Alaska.