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Buying Alaska proves that forgoing basic amenities is a reasonable tradeoff when it comes to breathtaking views and stunning wild surroundings that you can't find anywhere in the lower 48 states. Offering much more than living quarters, these properties are so in tune with the extraordinary landscape that it's often what's beyond the house that proves to be the main attraction - from the ability to hunt and fish from a back deck, to extreme seclusion on your own private island, to self-sustaining features such as smokehouses and greenhouses. However, there are also dangers that come with all the beauty, and living in this rugged and remote terrain can lead to animal attacks and brutal winters that cut you off from society.
John and Elise are newlyweds living in downtown Juneau, the busiest cruise ship port in Alaska. They're looking to escape the crowds and land a property where they can relax.
River guides, Brian and Alisa, want to put their adventurous lifestyle to the test by looking at some remote wilderness cabins in Haines, the adventure capital of Alaska.
In the small fishing village of Haines, Harry and Genny are looking to move away from their neighbor - Harry's fish cannery business. To escape the smell, they'll search far and wide, from handmade log homes, to a remote island!
In the Alaskan rainforest of Juneau, Bryan and Amy want to leave their trailer home behind for a bigger house. Alaska's state capital is the most expensive city in the state, so to find a house in their budget they'll need to look in some far off places.
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