TWO tiny homes built for miners during Alaska’s gold rush. $325,000


This is a unique opportunity in Alaska. TWO tiny homes on the property. They were built in 1910. They are located in Juneau, Alaska. The homes feature porches, decking, great windows to take in the view, wood walls, vaulted ceilings and skylights. Built as housing for miners during the gold rush. One bedroom, two bathrooms and 792 square feet. $325,000

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Amazing opportunity for minimalist living in beautiful downtown Juneau with rental income! This unique property has 2 small homes located on 1 parcel accessed by city stairs and a network of boardwalk. 512 Third Street is a 327 sqft house with cozy living room with woodstove, kitchen, 3/4 bath, and loft. 510 Third Street is 465 sqft with a beautiful living room with vaulted ceilings and big windows to take advantage of the natural light. 510 also features a spacious arctic entry, kitchen, loft, 3/4 bathroom, and a bonus room/bedroom accessed by a hatch in the living room or through an exterior door. Laundry is shared by the two homes in the basement of 510. These homes have a rich history, built around 1900 as housing for miners during the gold rush era at the turn of the century. One home was used as a boarding house, the other was occupied by a mine foreman who eventually lost the 510 third street home in a game of poker. If you are looking for charm, character, sunlight, and a piece of local history, this extraordinary property could be the one! Seller is related to AK real estate licensee.