Most Expensive Homes in Alaska

Homes with price tags that are big always come with enviable amenities that will make any homeowner proud. The pools, gym, high-tech security system, the large rooms, gaming area, and amazing rooms filled with luxurious items make most people want these homes.

When it comes to house-hunting checklists, the average buyer may want a large backyard, a large kitchen, and a spare bedroom for visiting guests, but the world's 1% can afford to be a little pickier. With nine-figure price tags, stunning interior design, and a plethora of opulent extras.

As residential real estate costs rise, design elements such as walk-in bathrooms that open to the outdoors or rear kitchens (also known as butlers' pantries) that hide the trash become more common in the luxury market.

Regardless of the digits in your bank, everyone dreams of living large just the same. Be that as it may, what would it really be like to move into the most expensive homes in Alaska? Below are the lists of the most expensive homes up for sale in Alaska:

Channel inspired by: Mr. Luxury, King Luxury, and Luxury Zone.

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00:51 3345 Spinner Ct, North Pole

01:45 1195 POWELLITE DR

02:39 10414 N Glenn Hwy

03:33 16505 Southcliff Circle ,Anchorage

04:27 6223 Cliff Point Road, Kodiak

05:23 I Dice Bay, Port ELSWORTH

06:16 6096 Cliff Point Rd, Kodiak, AK 99615

07:15 Homer Alaska

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16505 Southcliff Circle Anchorage Alaska 99516

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