Who knew that LaTouche Island was so rich in history? LaTouche Island was the site of a copper mine in the late 1800s. In its heyday, LaTouche Island housed upwards of 300 people but is now mostly uninhabited. This island is apr. 12 miles long, 3 miles wide and is at the western entrance to Prince William Sound.
Here is your opportunity to buy a little piece of Heaven on an island rich with history; if only the flora and fauna could talk. If you are a history buff you will enjoy reading any number of books written about the glory days when Copper was at a premium during World War I.
This is an Estate Sale so is must be a cash sale –
The current owner has never been to the property and it is advised that a buyer may need a surveyor to locate the exact boundaries of this parcel.
Offered for the reasonable price of only $20,000.-
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